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  1. Developer(s)W3C / CERN
    Initial release0.7, 14 May 1991
    Stable release5.4.2 / 24 June 2017
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  2. The Line Mode Browser (also known as LMB, WWWLib, or just www) is the second web browser ever created. The browser was the first demonstrated to be portable to several different operating systems.
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    The Line Mode Browser (also known as LMB, WWWLib, or just www) is the second web browser ever created. The browser was the first demonstrated to be portable to several different operating systems. Operated from a simple command-line interface, it could be widely used on many computers and computer terminals throughout the Internet.
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    Who invented Line Mode Browser?A team made up of Tim Berners-Lee, Henrik Frystyk Nielsen and Nicola Pellow designed a simple browser called Line Mode Browser (The Libwww Line Mode Browser). This was the second browser ever made for the World Wide Web. Explore the milestones in the history of web design: Line Mode Browser in 1991.
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    What is a Line Mode Browser?The Line Mode Browser was designed to work on any operating system using what were called "dumb" terminals. The user interface had to be as simple as possible. The user began with a command-line interface specifying a Uniform Resource Locator (URL). The requested web page was then printed line by line on the screen, like a teleprinter.
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    How do I start line-mode browsing?A good place to start your line-mode browsing is with the first web page ever published. Using the line-mode browser simulator, you can see how this page would have looked over twenty years ago. What’s amazing is that the first web page still works in a modern browser. You’ll also find that many modern web pages will work in the line-mode browser.
    When was the Line Mode Browser released?The Line Mode Browser was released to a limited audience on VAX, RS/6000 and Sun-4 computers in March 1991. Before the release of the first publicly available version, it was integrated into the CERN Program Library (CERNLIB), used mostly by the High-Energy Physics -community.
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  5. Line Mode Browser - Web Design Museum

    WEBLine Mode Browser. 1991 May 14 th. A team made up of Tim Berners-Lee, Henrik Frystyk Nielsen and Nicola Pellow designed a simple browser called Line Mode Browser (The Libwww Line Mode Browser). This was the …

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