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Zero, lnternet Explorer 3. Zero, Opera 2. In the order of release: The Gecko is designed by the Mozilla Foundation. The Goanna is a Gecko boom designed by Moonchild Productions. The KHTML is part of the KDE-Network. The Presto was designed by Opera Software for use in Opera. When Opera started blinking, the process was halted.
The Tasman was designed by Microsoft for use with Microsoft Windows 5 for Macintosh. Microsoft designed Trident to work with Windows editions ranging from IE 4 to IE 11. Serv is an experiential web browsing design engineering product jointly designed by Mozilla and Samsung. WedgeHTML is the Microsoft for Edge development team.
Others have developed web browser and other Microsoft Trident based applications. The mosaic was the first widespread web navigator. National Center for Supercomputing Applications (NCSA) licenced the license and many businesses used Mosaic to build their own web surfing applications. Best known are the first releases of Netscape and IE.
Skip up to " "History and Growing of the Web. Hop up^ Brennan, Elaine (June 13, 1993). "The World Wibe Web Browser: Humanistisches Archiv Bd. 7. Returned March 27, 2010. Hop up Großmann, Prof. Dr. Hans Peter. Brought back on 22 March 2010. Skip up to ^ "Oracle Introduces PowerBrowser". Skip up to: a b d e f g e f g hr y k y k ll "Release history".
Skip to top ^ "Opera Software Releases 3. 60" (press release). Opéra software. Returns 2008-02-19. Hop up "Opera 4. Released 0 for Windows" (press release). Opéra software. Returns 2008-12-10. Skip to top ^ "The Browser War Lights Up in Europe" (press release). Opéra software. Returns 2008-12-10. Hop up "Opera 6.
Zero for Windows after record-breaking beta" (press release). The Opera Software. Returns 2008-02-19. Skip up ^ "Opera 7 Ready to Rock the Web" (press release). The Opera Software. Returns 2008-02-19. Skip high ^ "Speed, safety and simplicity: Published Opera 8 Web Browser today" (press release). The Opera Software. Returns 2008-02-19. Hop up "Your Web, Your Choice:
You are in full command of " Ope 9 " (press release). Opéra software. Returns 2008-12-10. Skip up ^ "Opera re-defines web browsing" (Press release). Opéra software. Climb to ^ "Turbocharge your web experiance with Opera 10" (press release). Opéra software. Skip up "History of the Hellmond Project". Skip up ^ "The world's quickest Windows browser" (press release).
The Opera Software. Brought back on 28 March 2010. Skip up to: a b d e f "General Information". Hop up "Pale Moon. Approval notifications". Skip up ^ "Mozilla 1.0". mozilla.org. Skip up ^ "Google is going its own way, forkt the web kit Rendering Engine". Skip to top ^ "Try Avant Browser 2012 for a selection of rendered engines".
Hop up ^ "Got it all. Lunascape, the three-engine browser". Go to ^ "300 million user and switch to WebKit". News for Opera developers. Hop up ^ "Surprise: Opéra 12. 18 is out - gHacks Tech News". gHacks Technology News. Skip up ^ "Projects/WebKit/Part - KDE TechBase".
Hop up "Slimboat". slimboat.com. Skip up ^ JoWa, Product Translator, Global Moderator (May 2, 2014). Skip up "A First Look at Opera 15 for Computers". Opera. Arian Roselli, evolution. org Browser Archive (2004).