What is a web browser?
A web browser is a software application for retrieving, presenting, and traversing
information resources on the World Wide Web. These resources can be anything from
simple text data to colorful graphics to streaming video content. Examples of web
browsers include Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Opera, Safari and Google Chrome.
Why does it matter what my web
The content presented on the World Wide Web is ever changing. Although there are
standards to how the content can be presented, it is not a requirement for web sites
to adhere to these standards. Additionally, these standards have evolved as the
World Wide Web has evolved. In an effort to present the content of the World Wide
Web with accuracy and accessibility, web browser developers must update their software
applications to keep up. Web browser developers also update their software to correct
issues and potential security flaws that could compromise your browsing experience.
Ensuring that you have a current web browser ensures that you get the most out of
the World Wide Web.
What is an Operating System?
The operating system (also called OS) is the program that manages a computer's resources
and software applications (such as a web browser). Common OSes include Windows XP,
Mac OS X, Linux, Solaris, etc.
Here are the details of your browser:
Operating System: Unknown
User Agent Details: CCBot/2.0 (http://commoncrawl.org/faq/)
IP Address: 126.96.36.199
- based on the basic analysis, there appears to be an issue with your browser. For
details of the issue, hover over the yellow warning images above. These issues can
usually be resolved by updating your preferred browser. Click
for a listing
with download links of compatible browsers. If you have additional questions, please
review our system requirements
for additional assistance.