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A web browser - Web Development (IT 316)

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A web browser (commonly referred to as a browser) is a software application for retrieving, presenting and traversing information resources on the World Wide Web. An information resource is identified by a Uniform Resource Identifier (URI/URL) that may be a web page, image, video or other piece of content.

List of Top 10 web Browsers present online

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A web browser (commonly referred to as a browser) is a software application for retrieving, presenting and traversing information resources on the World Wide Web. An information resource is identified by a Uniform Resource Identifier (URI/URL) that may be a web page, image, video or other piece of content.

List of Top 10 web Browsers present online

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  1. 1. Compiled by: MarkJohnLado IT 316 Web Development
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  6. 6. Compiled by: MarkJohnLado IT 316 Web Development A web browser (commonly referred to as a browser) is a software application for retrieving, presenting and traversing information resources on the World Wide Web. An information resource is identified by a Uniform Resource Identifier (URI/URL) that may be a web page, image, video or other piece of content.
  7. 7. Compiled by: MarkJohnLado IT 316 Web Development
  8. 8. Compiled by: MarkJohnLado IT 316 Web Development List of Top 10 web Browsers present online Internet is a Jungle with web Browsers acting as passages to find out what lies inside internet Websites. Please note that all these web browsers are unique and magnificent in their own way. There is no top browser among them but all these have been chosen based on user friendliness and popular reviews.
  9. 9. Compiled by: MarkJohnLado IT 316 Web Development 1. Google Chrome Popular Browser by Internet giant Google. Focuses on enhanced performance of web applications. Hundreds of useful extensions can be downloaded for free from Chrome Store and can be used for personal use. A large array of apps and add ons available at Chrome Store. These adds a considerable amount to the browsing experience of the users.  Private browsing  Fast Startup  Phishing/ Malware Filter
  10. 10. Compiled by: MarkJohnLado IT 316 Web Development 2. Mozilla Firefox A web browser designed for simplicity, security, extensibility yet flexibility and power. Available for Linux and android as well. Firefox allows an open architecture which accepts the installation of themes and extensions. Themes give the browser a customizable new look. Developers can write extensions to make the browser perform functions as desired like check your Gmail account when you open the browser, or block all ads.  RSS Headlines  Chat Extensions  Spam/ Malware Filter
  11. 11. Compiled by: MarkJohnLado IT 316 Web Development 3. Opera Web Browser Constantly evolving and improving and the most popular mobile browser, opera has came a long way from being a browser to a full fledged internet suite. Free fast browser with good support for updates. Features like page zoom and developer shortcuts allow users to have unique experience. There are some compatibility issues found in certain websites but with constant updates these problems are scarce.  Email suite  Phishing Filter  Bit Torrent
  12. 12. Compiled by: MarkJohnLado IT 316 Web Development 4. Safari Web Browser Safari is a web browser developed by Apple inc. It is the most popular browser with MAC users. Safari is a clean browser, very fast based on the WebKit rendering engine. Safari comes with the features you want in a modern browser, like tabbed browsing, popup blocking and built-in search functionality. It also has one of the best RSS-reading feature available online, it is easier to keep track a number of websites than using bookmarks.  Most Popular Macintosh Browser  Import Bookmarks from any browser  Private Browsing
  13. 13. Compiled by: MarkJohnLado IT 316 Web Development 5. Internet Explorer Internet Explorer by Microsoft is the default browser for Windows operating system. Its still very popular with many internet users. Startup speed is a big issue with internet explorer. There are a lot of necessary features like Active X capabilities, SmartScreen Filters, a list of recommended sites and more. Internet Explorer is still considered to be falling behind in the race, but latest editions promise fast load, packed with latest features. We can wait and see if it comes back to top.  Add ons  Customization options  Mouse Gestures
  14. 14. Compiled by: MarkJohnLado IT 316 Web Development 6. Slimjet Browser Slimjet is a powerful and one of the best browsers around. It has in built extensions to ease internet browsing. Powered by Blink Engine, Slimjet supports all Chrome Apps plus a bundle of more extensive build in apps. Slimjet is as good as Chrome, has powerful and customizable interface like Firefox, reliability features and in built apps which load a power packed browser everytime you use it.  Ad blocker & Download Manager  Social Sharing and Youtube Downloader  Faster, Secure and Reliable
  15. 15. Compiled by: MarkJohnLado IT 316 Web Development 7. Maxthon A fast browser with a lot of features and reliable user interface. Powered by Maxthon Cloud Engine, it offers seamless browsing and downloads. Works on all platforms. Maxthon has Lots of nifty features, including video-ad fast-forwarding, Speedy performance and Two page rendering engines(Webkit and Trident) for better compatibility.  Anti Spyware  Pop up Blocker  Cloud Browsing
  16. 16. Compiled by: MarkJohnLado IT 316 Web Development 8. SlimBrowser A popular choice for users who like speed and security. It is based on Internet Explorer's Trident Engine and is a robust and powerful browser. It flaunts better usability features and speed compared to internet explorer browser. Slimbrowser takes care of your privacy and security every time you are surfing online. Slimbrowser starts as quickly as possible and allows you to have an amazing web surfing experience.  Omni Bar mode  Integrated Plugins(Ad Blocker, Photo Salon)  Low Crash and Bugs 
  17. 17. Compiled by: MarkJohnLado IT 316 Web Development 9. Netscape Browser Originally published by AOL, Netscape browser has released latest version based on Mozilla Firefox. It is fast, secure and is a choice of many users online.  Dynamic HTML  Integrated Search Engine  Opensource Development
  18. 18. Compiled by: MarkJohnLado IT 316 Web Development 10. UC Browser A popular browser for both desktop and mobile devices. Tabbed browsing and fast startup make it a popular choice for thousands of users. Full download manager and full screen browsing ads on nicely.  Quick browsing  Quick Page sharing  Multiple Apps
  19. 19. Compiled by: MarkJohnLado IT 316 Web Development “The list of Browsers featured here is based on user reviews, performance reviews, interface, speed and other extensive views towards these browsers. All these browsers deserve to be in the list of top web browsers because of their unique style, interface, applications and relevant features.”
  20. 20. Compiled by: MarkJohnLado IT 316 Web Development Five Best Web Browsers
  21. 21. Compiled by: MarkJohnLado IT 316 Web Development 1. Chrome
  22. 22. Compiled by: MarkJohnLado IT 316 Web Development Windows only (for practical purposes, but soon on Mac and Linux, if we're lucky): Some browsers have roots going back to the early 1990s—Chrome, on the other hand, is the new kid on the block. Although Chrome has a distant relationship to Konqueror and is a cousin to the Safari web browser—both share the speedy WebKit rendering engine— Google's browser is less than a year old. Despite its youth, it's already garnered praise for its minimalist interface and snappy page rendering. Chrome also handles site errors and quirks well, and each individual tab is a unique process, so a crash or lag in one shouldn't pull down or crash the others. In
  23. 23. Compiled by: MarkJohnLado IT 316 Web Development general, though, Chrome has caught attention for running a performance-focused JavaScript engine in a lightweight GUI. Also worth noting, Chrome has been holding its own in the recent Pwn2Own security challenge, with the distinction of being the only browser left standing after the first day of security exploits and attacks.
  24. 24. Compiled by: MarkJohnLado IT 316 Web Development 2. Opera
  25. 25. Compiled by: MarkJohnLado IT 316 Web Development Windows/Mac/Linux: Opera is a rock-solid browser with roots stretching back to 1994. Many of the features baked right into Opera are either not implemented in other browsers, or require multiple extensions at the cost of system resources—navigation by mouse gestures is one of the flashier examples. Despite being feature-packed, Opera has a fairly small market share, due largely in part to being trialware up until 2000 and advertisement-supported until 2005—many people were turned off by the expense, if not the ads. Still, Opera proponents have long claimed that Opera beats Internet Explorer and Firefox when it comes to speedy rendering. Another selling point for Opera is the quality of the built-in tools.
  26. 26. Compiled by: MarkJohnLado IT 316 Web Development For many users, the built-in RSS reader, email client, and BitTorrent client do their jobs admirably, cutting down on the number applications they need running at once. Opera is extensible, but the pool of available extensions is radically smaller than that available for Firefox.
  27. 27. Compiled by: MarkJohnLado IT 316 Web Development 3. Firefox
  28. 28. Compiled by: MarkJohnLado IT 316 Web Development Windows/Mac/Linux: Firefox is the grandchild of the venerable Mosaic browser and free-roaming son of Netscape. Although Firefox has a myriad of user-friendly, forward-thinking features, a decently secure framework, and an open-source ideology, its most prominent is extensibility. When convincing a Firefox user to abandon Firefox for anything else, even temporarily, you won't have to fight them over giving up the AwesomeBar or about:config tweaks—you'll hear a common, understandable refrain: "What about my extensions?" The repository of extensions maintained by Mozilla currently has over 6,000 entries, covering everything from blocking advertisements, to managing your clipboard, to allowing you to further customize your
  29. 29. Compiled by: MarkJohnLado IT 316 Web Development browsing experience with scripts a la Greasemonkey (here's 10 of our must-have picks). Combine the passion people have for extensions and the ability to sync those extensions across multiple computers and portable installations, and you've got a force to be contended with.
  30. 30. Compiled by: MarkJohnLado IT 316 Web Development 4. Internet Explorer
  31. 31. Compiled by: MarkJohnLado IT 316 Web Development Windows only: Internet Explorer still commands a healthy chunk of the browser market, mostly because it ships with the most popular operating system on Earth and fits, if not exactly elegantly, into corporate computer plans. While many or most IE users stick with it for lack of wanting to try something else, Lifehacker readers definitely don't fall into that crowd—the majority of readers who voted in favor of Internet Explorer are sporting Internet Explorer 8. By contrast, nearly 20 percent of those surfing the web right now are using Internet Explorer 6, which had its initial release in 2001. Version 8 could mark a resurgence for the brand, though. It's the first version of Internet Explorer to have a strong focus on web standards compliance, as well as increasing rendering speed. And like Chrome,
  32. 32. Compiled by: MarkJohnLado IT 316 Web Development Internet Explorer 8 maintains a separate process for each tab to increase stability and security. Internet Explorer 8 has also beefed up its security measures from previous versions, including active filtering against malicious cross-site scripting and ActiveX isolation from the core of the browser.
  33. 33. Compiled by: MarkJohnLado IT 316 Web Development 5. Safari
  34. 34. Compiled by: MarkJohnLado IT 316 Web Development Windows/Mac: Safari is Apple's contribution to the web browsing world, built originally to fit snugly inside OS X. Like Chrome, Safari runs the speedy WebKit rendering engine for snappy page loads. In addition to its WebKit core, Safari also has the Nitro JavaScript engine, which lays claim to radically faster JavaScript execution than Internet Explorer and Firefox (in its own testing reports, anyways). Safari sports Apple's Cover Flow browser for perusing your history and bookmarks and an eye-catching display of the top 24 sites you've visited as the default page when Safari is loaded.
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