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Timeline of web browsers The following is a list of web browsers that are notable.

Table of contents
  1. Historical
  2. Layout engines
  3. Graphical
  4. Text-based
  5. See also


See also: Timeline of web browsers

This is a table of personal computer web browsers by year of release of major version. The increased growth of the Internet in the 1990s and 2000s means that current browsers with small market shares have more total users than the entire market early on. For example, 90% market share in 1997 would be roughly 60 million users, but by the start of 2007 9% market share would equate to over 90 million users.

Layout engines


Current and maintained projects are listed in boldface.

Trident shells

Other software publishers have built browsers and other products around Microsoft's Trident engine. The following browsers are all based on that rendering engine: Gecko-based Goanna-based Gecko- and Trident-based

Browsers that use both Trident and Gecko include: Webkit- and Trident-based Blink- and Trident-based Gecko-, Trident-, and Blink-based

Browsers that can use Trident, Gecko and Blink include: KHTML-based Presto-based Blink-based EdgeHTML-based For Java platform Specialty browsers

See also: Augmented browsing, List of augmented browsing software, and Site-specific browser

Browsers created for enhancements of specific browsing activities.

Current Discontinued Mosaic-based

Mosaic was the first widely used web browser. The National Center for Supercomputing Applications (NCSA) licensed the technology and many companies built their own web browser on Mosaic. The best known are the first versions of Internet Explorer and Netscape. Others Mobile browsers

Main article: Mobile browser

Main article: Text-based web browser
See also

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