A built-in browser lets you view selected services on the Internet. Check weather reports, news, flight information, and more.
Also called a web browser, an Internet browser is a program that allows the user to view web pages from the Internet. The browser takes the code of a web page and interprets it. Line by line, it decides what goes where on the screen so that you can see it. This is a type of software.
an application program that provides a way to look at and interact with all the information on the World Wide Web
an example of a client application, as it sends requests for Web pages to World Wide Web servers
a piece of software that allows you to view information on the Internet
a program that allows you to view the internet
a program that allows you to view Web sites
a program with which you can view web sites from the internet
a software program that enables you to access and navigate the Internet by viewing Web pages on your computer
a software tool for exploring the Internet and viewing the World Wide Web
A software program, such as Netscape Navigator, Internet Explorer, or Opera, which allows the user to view documents on the World Wide Web.
Software package used to view pages on the World Wide Web (including Netscape Navigator, Microsoft Internet Explorer and Mosaic).