What is a Web Browser?

A web browser or a browser is a software program that allows you to view web pages on the Internet.

How does a web browser work?

Browsers work by receiving web pages from the Internet. When you enter a URL (Uniform Resource Locator) into the browser, it connects to the Internet and downloads the page. The browser then displays the page on the screen.

Is Google a web browser?

Google is not a web browser, but a search engine. A search engine provides users with links to other website. You need a web browser to access Google or any other search engine.

What are the examples of Web browsers?

Most common web browsers are Google Chrome, Firefox, Safari, Microsoft Edge, Opera.