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10 Facts about the world’s first web browser

Top facts about the world's first web browser

10 facts you should know about the world's first web browser developed at CERN by Sir Tim Berners-Lee, the inventor of the World Wide Web (WWW). [more...]

Line Mode – World’s second web browser

Line Mode - World's second web browser

A brief on the world's second web browser, Line Mode, developed by Nicola Pellow, Henrik Frystyk Nielsen and Sir Tim Berners-Lee. Why was Line Mode important? [more...]

How do I sign out of Chrome browser?

Sign out of Chrome web browser

Quick instructions on how to sign out of the Chrome. This will also remove all data and settings from the web browser. [more...]

World’s first web browser

First browser

What is the world's first web browser? It was called WorldWideWeb and was developed by Sir Tim Berners-Lee at CERN. [more...]

Sign in at Chrome browser

Chrome web browser sign in

Instructions on how to sign in at the Chrome web browser through your Google account which lets you synchronise bookmarks, passwords, history and other settings to multiple devices. [more...]

Latest web browser versions

Latest versions of popular web browsers

Updated list of latest web browser versions including the beta version information - Is your current web browser the latest? [more...]

Browsers List

Full list of web browsers for all popular operating systems - Windows, Mac, Linux, Unix and others. [more...]

Web browsers for Windows – List

Complete list of web browsers for the Windows operating system - most popular to the relatively unknown. [more...]

List of browsers for Mac

List of web and Internet browsers for the Macintosh (Mac) system. [more...]

List of browsers for Linux and Unix

List of Web and Internet browsers for Unix and Linux operating systems. [more...]

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How do I view a deleted web page?
Is there a way to view a deleted web page - one that is no longer available? Yes there is and the solution is quite simple. [more...]


The popular Dancing Baby animation which went viral in the 1990s employed no motion capture. Everything was created and rendered on the computer. The video was created using Autodesk 3ds Max (formerly 3D Studio Max). It was made by the team that had developed Character Studio, a tool for the 3D computer graphics program. The popularity of the Dancing Baby soared after John Woodell, a web developer, created an animated gif from the original movie and put it up on his employers web site. From there, the highly compressed animated gif file spread quickly around the world and started appearing on other web sites, commercials, music videos and even TV programs. Image Source: By [1], Fair use, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?curid=17625870 [more...]

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