In 1993 there was a milestone with the publication of Mosaic, considered "the world's first pop browser". Navigation quickly became the most beloved browser. Desperately anxious to stay ahead of the competition, Netscape started the Mozilla Foundation in 1998 to develop a new open code open architecture web browsing application. In 2011 Firefox achieved a 28%hare.
In 2003, Apple published its Safari Browsers. The dominating web browsers on Apple plattforms remain, although they never became a determinant elsewhere. Google was the last big provider on the browserset. Launched in 2008, the launch of the latest version of our famous Internet Explorer was a great achievement. Internet Explorer continuously gained ground and became the most widely-used web browsers in 2012.
A web browser's goal is to access information assets and view them on a user's machine. Practically all web browsers begin with either http: or https: which means the web browsers access them using the Hypertext Transfer Protocol. When using https: The communications between the webmaster and the webserver are encoded for reasons of safety and data protection.
An additional URI preference is file: which shows a list of locally saved data already saved on the user's machine. As soon as a web page has been accessed, the browser's rendering engines show it on the user's machine. These include picture and videoformats that are backed by the web browsers. Every hyperlink contains a unique address, and when you click on it, the web browsers will navigate to the new resources.
Every common web page allows the visitor to open several pages at the same moment, either in different web pages or in different tab pages of the same one. It also supports the use of enhancements to extend or change your browsing experience in various ways. Home key to go back to the user's home page.
Frequently used web browsers by countries, as of June 2015.