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    The line-mode browser, launched in 1992, was the first readily accessible 1 browser for what we now know as the world wide web.
    The line-mode browser, launched in 1992, was the first readily accessible browser for the Web
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    Was the Line-Mode Browser the world's first web browser?And so we gathered in a war-room at CERN on the 18th and 19th of September to hack away at recreating the experience of using the line-mode browser in a modern browser—browserception! Just to be clear, the line-mode browser wasn’t the world’s first web browser. That honour goes to Tim Berners-Lee’s WorldWideWeb programme.
    When did web browsers start?Click to rate this post! The history of web browsers started over thirty years ago at CERN. What was the first web browser? Who invented it?
    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.
    Which web browser was first developed by Netscape?In 2002, the community behind the Mozilla Project released two (!) new web browsers: Mozilla and Phoenix 0.1. While the first built on Netscape’s heritage and substantial financial support from the likes of AOL, the latter took a start-from-scratch approach. (16) Confusing?
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    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. See more

    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. … See more

    The simplicity of the Line Mode Browser had several limitations. The Line Mode Browser was designed to work on any operating system using what were called "dumb" terminals. The … See more

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    One of the fundamental concepts of the "World Wide Web" projects at CERN was "universal readership". In 1990, Tim Berners-Lee had … See more

    The Line Mode Browser was designed to be able to be platform independent. There are official ports to Apollo/Domain, IBM RS6000, DECStation/ultrix, … See more

    • Gay, Martin (2000). Recent advances and issues in computers. Greenwood Publishing Group. p. 121. ISBN 978-1-57356-227-0 See more

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  6. Web ResultIn about a month, Pellow had created the Line Mode Browser. And even though it lacked just about every major feature of WorldWideWeb, it could be downloaded and installed on any …

  7. Web ResultOct 1, 2013 · Since most people in the early 1990s didn’t have access to such a cutting edge computer, CERN graduate student Nicola Pellow developed a browser that could run on the more …

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