To browse is to examine pages on the World Wide Web using a software application such as Netscape Navigator or Internet Explorer.
Term for exploring the Internet with a specific topic in mind, but not a specific destination.
You get access to the WWW through an application called a "browser", like Microsoft Internet Explorer or Netscape Navigator. To "browse" is to search the WWW for information.
To casually explore the Internet.
Definition: To follow links on a computer page or site, exploring available information.
You need to use a piece of software called a 'Browser' to read web pages and move around the Internet. Internet Explorer is one example of a Browser. Hence people 'browsing' web pages on the Internet are browsers. Webstore also has its own unique 'Browse View'. See 'browse view'.