Definition of browser
1 : one that browses
2 : a computer program used for accessing sites or information on a network (such as the World Wide Web)
Examples of browser in a Sentence
There were a few browsers in the bookstore.
Recent Examples of browser from the Web
The Shot Caller – South Florida Drinking %current_date% View email in browserWelcome to the new Shot Caller Newsletter, a new weekly drinking roundup from SouthFlorida.com and the Sun-Sentinel.
Vote on your desktop, cincinnati.com app, cincinnati.com Varsity app or mobile web browser.
Your browser does not currently support live streaming video.
Until now, that’s involved lots of browser tabs and a sometimes frustrating trip through varying interfaces and image types.
Major ad-blocking software providers are skeptical that the introduction of a new ad-filtering feature on Google’s Chrome browser will stifle use of their own, more extensive products.
The cabinets usually have a glass door so browsers can see the books inside.
Other suggestions include switching computers or using the incognito feature available in most browsers that prevent cookies, URLs and images from being stored in their history.
Even though Mozilla is the same company that makes Firefox, the Plugin Check works for Internet Explorer, Chrome and other browsers.
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First Known Use of browser
BROWSER Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of browser for English Language Learners
: a person who looks at the things being sold in a store to see if there is something worth buying : a person who browses
: a computer program that is used to find and look at information on the Internet
BROWSER Defined for Kids
Definition of browser for Students
1 : a person or animal that browses
2 : a computer program providing access to sites on the World Wide Web
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