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Erwise web browser released

Erwise web browser released

15 April, 1992

Erwise was one of the earliest web browsers. It was developed by a team of four Finnish students as their master’s project, supervised by Ari Lemmke, at the Helsinki University of Technology. The software was released on 15th April 1992 and is often credited of being the first graphical browser.

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