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What is a web browser?

A web browser is a computer program that allows you to see, hear, and interact with the Internet. It can be installed on a desktop computer, laptop, mobile phone, tablet, video game console, or any other device with an Internet connection.

The browser is the “front end” of the network, and it is responsible for displaying data on the user’s screen. It is what you use to access the internet. Your browser also has a cache, which is the temporary storage area that allows the browser to store recently visited web pages.

Your Browser Settings:

Is JavaScript Enabled?
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Is Flash Installed?
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Cookie Enabled?
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Your System Details:

Browser Name
Your web browsing software
IP Address
Your public IP address
Your location.
Your Internet Service Provider
Screen Resolution
Height and Width of your screen
Browser Resolution
Your browser resolution
Using Proxy?
Are you behind a proxy?
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Operating System
Which OS you are on?

More Details:

Local Currency
Browser Version
Color depth
Web Hosting
Using Mobile
Time Zone

User Agent Information

User Agent

User-Agent is a piece of software that tells a server what kind of browser a person is using. For example, a User-Agent might say “I am Mozilla Firefox 3.0.1”. The server will look at the User-Agent and decide how to best serve that request. Web servers can have different content for different browsers. For example, Internet Explorer 5.0 and later can display PNG images, but Netscape 4.7 and earlier can’t.