Notice: This file is archived for historical purposes only and is not being updated. Please see the index for updates.
- Browserwatch: this is it--this is where you can get the latest on WWW browsers; includes news and rumors, information about plug-ins, statistics, as well as a long list of browser, organized by the platforms they support, with links to the support sites for each browser (http://www.browserwatch.com)
- WWW Browser source: source code for a variety of Web browsers for different hardware platforms (ftp://ftp.w3.org/pub/www/bin/)
- WWW Clients: a list of programs to allow you to access the WWW from your own computer (http://www.w3.org/hypertext/WWW/Clients.html)
- WWW Browsers/Yahoo: list from Yahoo, Computers-World Wide Web-Browsers (http://www.yahoo.com/Computers/World_Wide_Web/Browsers/)
This is only a partial list of interfaces for accessing information on networks; for longer lists of World Wide Web browsers, see:
- Arena home: World Wide Web Organization's (W3O's) HTML3 browser (http://www.w3.org/hypertext/WWW/Arena/)
Definition: Arena is a WWW broswer intended to test out HTML3.
- Cello source: source code (ftp://ftp.law.cornell.edu/pub/LII/Cello/)
Definition: Cello is a DOS-based (Circa 1994) Internet browser incorporating WWW, Gopher, FTP, Telnet, News.
- EINet WinWeb, MacWeb
- Emacs WWW: an Emacs subsystem that allows the user to browse the World Wide Web (http://www.cs.indiana.edu/elisp/w3/docs.html)
Definition: Emacs is a WWW browser for use with the emacs text editor.
- Hyper-G via WWW: Hyper-G gateway at Graz Univ. of Technology (http://www.tu-graz.ac.at)
Definition: Hyper-G is a large-scale, multi-user distributed hypermedia information system.
Note: Hyper G is changing its name to Hyperware.
- Hytelnet source: includes source for PC, Macintosh, Unix, and VMS; Peter Scott's Hypertext database of publicly accessible Internet sites (ftp://ftp.usask.ca/pub/hytelnet/)
- Hytelnet via telnet: from the University of Arizona (telnet://email@example.com) Login as : hytelnet
- Hytelnet via gopher: from Washington University in St. Louis (gopher://liberty.uc.wlu.edu/11/internet/hytelnet)
- Hytelnet via WWW: (http://library.usask.ca/hytelnet/)
- Hytelnet search: given a keyword, returns Hytelnet entries (gopher://liberty.uc.wlu.edu:3004/7)
- Hytelnet Web search: search all Hytelnet resource entries, via a web form, from Galaxy (http://galaxy.einet.net/hytelnet/HYTELNET.html)
Definition: Hytelnet provides access to a database of Internet telnet connects through hypertext (on network or TSR for DOS).
- Internet Explorer
- IE HOME: Microsoft's home page, developers of Internet Explorer (http://www.microsoft.com)
Definition: Internet Explorer is a Microsoft's Web browser.
- Minuet FAQ: Minnesota Internet Users Essential Tool Frequently Asked Questions with Answers (ftp://rtfm.mit.edu/pub/usenet/news.answers/minuet-faq)
Definition: Minuet is graphical interface integrating email, gopher, telnet, Usenet news, and ftp.
- Mosaic: describes Mosaic, Internet information browser and World Wide Web client (http://www.ncsa.uiuc.edu/SDG/Software/Mosaic/NCSAMosaicHome.html)
- Mosaic FAQ: (http://www.ncsa.uiuc.edu/SDG/Software/Mosaic/Docs/mosaic-faq.html)
- Mosaic: description of how to download and run NCSA Mosaic (ftp://ftp.ncsa.uiuc.edu/Mosaic/README.Mosaic)
- Mosaic paper: NCSA Mosaic Technical Summary, by Marc Andreessen (ftp://ftp.ncsa.uiuc.edu/Mosaic/mosaic-papers/mosaic.ps.Z)
- Mosaic article: an HTML version of a New York Times article about Mosaic by John Markoff (http://www.ugcs.caltech.edu/~kluster/markoff.html)
- Amiga Mosaic: (http://insti.physics.sunysb.edu/AMosaic/home.html)
- Mosaic: bring up Mosaic on system with client installed: unix mosaic
Definition: Mosaic is a client for network distributed hypermedia information and discovery.
- Netscape Communications: Netscape Communications Universe, developers of Netscape Web client software and servers (http://www.netscape.com)
- Netscape World Magazine: everything you've always wanted to know about the Netscape Navigator Web browser, includes tips, tricks, and techniques as well as news and resources; good source of current developments (http://www.netscapeworld.com)
Definition: Netscape is a WWW browser for MS Windows, Macintosh, and X.
- SlipKnot: (http://www.interport.net/slipknot/slipknot.html)
Definition: a Windows-based graphical WWW browser which does NOT require SLIP or PPP or TCP/IP.
Note: restricted shareware
- Willow: Washington Information Looker-upper Layered Over Windows (http://www.cac.washington.edu/willow/home.html)
Definition: Willow is a graphical user interface to text-based bibliographic databases, WWW, and Z39.50.