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BrowserWatch - Browser Blvd.

November 1996

The following is a list of browsers that I've found on the net including what platforms each browser supports or plans to support. If you know of one that isn't listed here and have a URL to the browsers home page or have more up to date info on platform support please let me know.


Record Updated: 9/13/96 - Full Listing

   BrowserName: Albert
     Developer: University of Florida
           URL: ftp://gopher.ufl.edu/pub/vm/www/


Amiga Mac Misc OS/2 Unix Windows No No Yes No No No
a fullscreen web browser from the University of Florida for IBM 3270 terminals (or emulations) running on IBM VM/CMS operating systems.
Record Updated: 9/13/96 - Full Listing

   BrowserName: Amaya
     Developer: W3O
           URL: http://www.w3.org/pub/WWW/Amaya/


Amiga Mac Misc OS/2 Unix Windows No No No No Yes Soon
Amaya is a Web client that acts both as a browser and as an authoring tool. It has been designed with the primary purpose of being a testbed for experimenting and demonstrating new specifications and extensions of Web protocols and standards. Its main features include WYSIWYG editing, support for Cascading Style Sheets, full implementation of HTML 3.2, access to remote documents through the W3C Reference Library, and publishing on HTTP servers using the PUT method. This seems to be the follow-up to W3O╝s Arena browser. The alpha version of Amaya runs on Linux and Solaris. A port to PC/Windows will follow later.
Record Updated: 9/13/96 - Full Listing

   BrowserName: ArcWeb
     Developer: Stewart Brodie
           URL: http://louis.ecs.soton.ac.uk/~snb94r/arcweb.html


Amiga Mac Misc OS/2 Unix Windows No No Yes No No No
ArcWeb is a World-Wide Web browser for Acorn RISC OS computers, with RISC OS 3.1 or later. ArcWeb is currently at version 1.62.
Record Updated: 9/13/96 - Full Listing

   BrowserName: Arena
     Developer: W3O
           URL: http://www.w3.org/hypertext/WWW/Arena/


Amiga Mac Misc OS/2 Unix Windows No No No No Yes No
Prerelease beta-3 has been released. (The previous versions beta-2 and beta-1 are still available in binary form.) It supports elements of HTML3, including tables, math and experimental style sheets. There are bugs and shortcomings, so be sure to set you expectations accordingly. Note: it is not clear if development on this will continue in light of a new W3.org browser/editor that has been announced over the summer (of 96) and now the following text found on the Arena web page: Other testbed envoironements are likely to take over Arena's role within W3C, and we do not foresee putting much development resources into Arena at this point.
Record Updated: 9/13/96 - Full Listing

   BrowserName: Ariadna
     Developer: Advanced Multimedia System Design
           URL: http://www.kd.qd.se/iii/amsd/Ariadna/ariadna.htm


Amiga Mac Misc OS/2 Unix Windows No No No No No Yes
AMSD Ariadna - is the first Russian full-featured World Wide Web browser for Windows 95 and Windows NT(Intel, DEC Alpha). AMSD Ariadna┼ was designed by the specialists of the Russian company AMSD (Advanced Multimedia System Design). AMSD Ariadna this is: Built-in Russian language support (Windows, Unix, DOS), Easy-to-use interface, High performance, Easy to install and uninstall
Record Updated: 9/13/96 - Full Listing

   BrowserName: AWeb
     Developer: Yvon Rozijn
           URL: http://www.xs4all.nl/~yrozijn/aweb/


Amiga Mac Misc OS/2 Unix Windows Yes No No No No No
AWeb can use a wide range of TCP-stacks: AmiTCP/IP, I-Net225, AS-225 or compatible. Without TCP stack running, you can still view local files. AWeb uses extensive internal multitasking, which leads to total asynchroneous and parallel network access. Images are starting to load while the document is still loading. It is possible to follow a link while the previous document is still loading. A separate network status window shows all pending network and local file accesses. All network accesses can be interrupted immediately. The HTML-2 standard is fully supported, including forms. Many HTML-3.2 features are also supported, like backgrounds and centering. For buggy pages not conforming to the standard, AWeb offers a compatibility mode.
Record Updated: 9/13/96 - Full Listing

   BrowserName: AWeb II
     Developer: AmiTrix
           URL: http://www.networkx.com/amitrix/aweb.html


Amiga Mac Misc OS/2 Unix Windows Yes No No No No No
AWeb can use a wide range of TCP-stacks: AmiTCP/IP, I-Net225, AS-225 or compatible. Without TCP stack running, you can still view local files. AWeb uses extensive internal multitasking, which leads to total asynchroneous and parallel network access. Images are starting to load while the document is still loading. It is possible to follow a link while the previous document is still loading. A separate network status window shows all pending network and local file accesses. All network accesses can be interrupted immediately. The HTML-2 standard is fully supported, including forms. Many HTML-3.2 features are also supported, like backgrounds and centering. For buggy pages not conforming to the standard, AWeb offers a compatibility mode.
Record Updated: 9/13/96 - Full Listing

   BrowserName: Cello
     Developer: Thomas Bruce
           URL: http://www.law.cornell.edu/cello/cellotop.html


Amiga Mac Misc OS/2 Unix Windows No No No No No Yes
Cello is a multipurpose Internet browser which allows access to the myriad information resources of the Internet. It supports WorldWideWeb, Gopher, FTP, CSO/ph/qi, and Usenet News retrievals natively, and other protocols (WAIS, Hytelnet, Telnet, and TN3270) through external clients and public gateways. It can be used to view hypermedia documents, including inlined images, text, and digital sounds and movies. Cello was developed by Thomas R. Bruce of the Legal Information Institute at Cornell Law School. The last update to the home page was in 1994 so it could be assumed that development may have been discontinued.
Record Updated: 9/13/96 - Full Listing

   BrowserName: Charlotte
     Developer: BC Systems Corp.
           URL: gopher://p370.bcsc.gov.bc.ca/11/vmtools


Amiga Mac Misc OS/2 Unix Windows No No Yes No No No
Charlotte 1.2, The CMS WWW browser last update was 01/30/96
Record Updated: 9/13/96 - Full Listing

   BrowserName: Chimera
     Developer: UNLV
           URL: http://www.unlv.edu/chimera/


Amiga Mac Misc OS/2 Unix Windows No No No No Yes No
Chimera is a World Wide Web browser for UNIX-based machines running the X window system. The current version, 1.65, was written while the author was being paid by ISRI. The source for chimera can be retrieved from ftp.cs.unlv.edu. Fearures include: Athena/X11 Interface. Doesn't require Motif, Client-side caching, You can compile it yourself on nearly any machine and not have to deal with monster static binaries, Chimera's interface is really simple, Easy to extend. Chimera allows external programs to be used for adding protocols, Incoming connections. Chimera can accept incoming connections which allows you to receive things like Zephyrgrams, Easy to use bookmark system.
Record Updated: 9/13/96 - Full Listing

   BrowserName: CyberDog
     Developer: Apple
           URL: http://cyberdog.apple.com/


Amiga Mac Misc OS/2 Unix Windows No Yes No No No No
Cyberdog is a breakthrough approach to the Internet, using Apple's new technology, OpenDoc. Cyberdog provides you with the ability to browse the World Wide Web, read and write email, follow usenet newsgroup discussions, utilize file transfer services to share files, explore gopher-space, and remotely login to computers via telnet. In addition, Cyberdog also incorporates the ability to view text, movies, sounds, pictures, and quicktime VR files on the Internet. All of these services are included without the need for helper applications.
Record Updated: 9/13/96 - Full Listing

   BrowserName: Cyberjack
     Developer: Delrina
           URL: http://www.cyberjack.com/


Amiga Mac Misc OS/2 Unix Windows No No No No No Yes
Host not available...
Record Updated: 9/13/96 - Full Listing

   BrowserName: Emissary
     Developer: Attachmate Internet Products Group
           URL: http://www.twg.com/


Amiga Mac Misc OS/2 Unix Windows No No No No No Yes
Download Emissary 2.0 Beta 4 Emissary 2.0 is radically improved and has hundreds of enhancements over version 1.0 and 1.1. Frames, Tables, Shockwave, Netscape Plug-In compatibility, Support for HTML3 as well as both Microsoft and Netscape Web extensions - and so much more! Windows 3.1, 3.11, Workgroups, 95 or NT
Record Updated: 9/13/96 - Full Listing

   BrowserName: Galahad
     Developer: Jean van Waterschoot
           URL: http://www.mcs.com/~jvwater/main.html


Amiga Mac Misc OS/2 Unix Windows No No No Yes No Yes
Features Electronic mail, both BIX and Internet with multiple baskets and routing, BIX conferences and file areas, Netnews reader with header select and powerful kill files, Web browser with inline pictures and forms support , FTP off-line directory browsing and file selection. Windows 3.x Windows95 Windows NT 3.x OS/2 2.0 OS/2 Warp WABI
Record Updated: 9/13/96 - Full Listing

   BrowserName: GNUscape (aka: Emacs W3)
     Developer: William M. Perry
           URL: http://www.cs.indiana.edu/elisp/w3/docs.html


Amiga Mac Misc OS/2 Unix Windows Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
The latest release contains significant enhancements over earlier beta versions - check out support for stylesheets and exact typographical control. Download Navigator 3.0 Beta now.
Record Updated: 9/13/96 - Full Listing

   BrowserName: Grail
     Developer: CNRI
           URL: http://monty.cnri.reston.va.us/grail/


Amiga Mac Misc OS/2 Unix Windows No Soon No No Yes Soon
Grail is an extensible Internet browser. It supports the protocols and file formats commonly found on the World-Wide Web, such as HTTP, FTP, and HTML, but, unlike most browsers, it is also easily extended to support other protocols or file formats, such as CNRI's handle protocol. Grail is distributed by CNRI free of charge, and can be freely redistributed (within reason). Grail 0.3b2 supports full HTML 2.0, including images, forms and imagemaps. It uses asynchronous document transfer, supports printing and saving documents, searching, bookmarks, history, and more. It also supports many more advanced HTML features (many taken from the HTML 3.0 proposal), like frames, client-side imagemaps, file upload in forms, support for JPEG, TIFF and XBM images, image printing, and tables (within the limitations of the Tk toolkit). It also sports preferences panels, an I/O status display, a remote control interface, and many, many other nifty features. Grail is written and extensible in Python, a free object-oriented programming language. It also uses Tk, a free UI toolkit by John Ousterhout. Grail should run on any Unix system to which Python and Tk have been ported - i.e. almost all Unix systems supporting X11. In particular, Grail is one of the few web browsers that support Solaris for Intel x86 processors. Mac and Windows ports are in the works, depending on stable ports of Tk to those platforms (and a lot of RAM).
Record Updated: 9/13/96 - Full Listing

   BrowserName: HotJava
     Developer: Sun Mircosystems
           URL: http://java.sun.com/HotJava/index.html


Amiga Mac Misc OS/2 Unix Windows No Soon No No Yes Yes
The HotJava Browser is a modular, FCS-applet aware, extensible, World Wide Web browser written in the Java programming language that features enhanced HTML Support . HTML support that is not yet implemented, but planned for HotJava 1.0, includes support for tables, the ALT attribute of IMG and APPLET tags, the LEFT and RIGHT attributes of the IMG tag, and client-side image maps. Because tables are not yet implemented, Web pages with HTML tables in them will have strange formatting. We're working hard to get this fixed as soon as possible.
Record Updated: 9/13/96 - Full Listing

   BrowserName: I-Comm
     Developer: Talent Communications
           URL: http://www.best.com/~icomm/icomm/index.html


Amiga Mac Misc OS/2 Unix Windows No No No No No Yes
I-Comm is a full feature graphical WWW browser which does not require any kind of SLIP/PPP connections. Specially designed for modem computer users, I-Comm only requires a PC with Windows, a modem and an Internet Shell, VAX, or Freenet account. I-Comm has a "Mosaic look & feel" interface and can display pages while background downloading images. I-Comm also has a built-in full feature modem communication program which allows user to switch between a modem communication program and browser by one button click.
Record Updated: 9/13/96 - Full Listing

   BrowserName: I-View
     Developer: Talent Communications
           URL: http://www.best.com/~icomm/icomm/index.html


Amiga Mac Misc OS/2 Unix Windows No No No No No Yes
I-View is small yet powerful off-line HTML browser. Designed specially for HTML authors, Internet & CD-ROM publishers, I-View is very small in size (about 500K) and only requires a PC with Windows. You can distribute I-View with your HTML files using just a single floppy. Royalty-free licensing for I-View is available! An <a href=żhttp://www.best.com/~icomm/iviewpro/index.htmlż>I-View Pro</A> version is also available.
Record Updated: 9/13/96 - Full Listing

   BrowserName: IBrowse & Amiga Mosaic
     Developer: Omnipresence
           URL: http://www.omnipresence.com/amosaic/


Amiga Mac Misc OS/2 Unix Windows Yes No No No No No
Both browsers were developed by the same company but development of Amiga Mosaic seems to have stopped.
Record Updated: 9/13/96 - Full Listing

   BrowserName: InterGo
     Developer: InterGO Communications, Inc.
           URL: http://www.teachersoft.com/


Amiga Mac Misc OS/2 Unix Windows No Soon No No No Yes
The InterGO Browser is all you need to surf the Internet because it's faster than existing browsers and can handle everything you find out there. You can find exactly what you need in the millions of pages available on the Internet using the Research Resource┼ and InterGO's search. The Research Resource holds thousands of Internet sites that we have visited, described, sorted, and rated. We use the same rating system used by video game manufacturers to determine if the site is appropriate for ages 3+, 6+, 13+, 17+, or 21+. Our powerful Internet search tool works 24 hours a day finding sites on the Internet. It checks all sites for offensive words and assigns an age rating to protect youngsters from inappropriate Web sites.
Record Updated: 9/13/96 - Full Listing

   BrowserName: Internet Workhorse
     Developer: MarketNet
           URL: http://mkn.co.uk/help/system/horse


Amiga Mac Misc OS/2 Unix Windows No No No No No Yes
What is WorkHorse? A program written for MarketNet to facilitate Internet Commerce. The program requires Microsoft Windows 3.1 with a WINSOCK.DLL (such as Trumpet). The program includes the following features: 128 bit RC4 available, Electronic Cheques, Secure Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (via SSL), PGP Compatibility, HTML browsing, An Internet Toolbox, HTML Extensions as well as a Conference Server.
Record Updated: 9/13/96 - Full Listing

   BrowserName: InternetWorks
     Developer: Booklink / AOL
           URL: http://www.booklink.com/


Amiga Mac Misc OS/2 Unix Windows No Yes No No No Yes
Web site not responding.
Record Updated: 9/13/96 - Full Listing

   BrowserName: Lynx
     Developer: Many Lynx Team Developers
           URL: http://www.nyu.edu/pages/wsn/subir/lynx/platforms.html


Amiga Mac Misc OS/2 Unix Windows Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Lynx is a fully featured World-Wide Web browser for users on both UNIX and VMS platforms who are connected to those systems via cursor-addressable, character-cell terminals or emulators. That includes VT100 terminals and desktop-based software packages emulating VT100 terminals (e.g., Kermit, Procomm, etc.). Lynx is used in universities, libraries, freenets, and many other situations where there is a desire to bring the information of the World-Wide Web to as wide an audience as possible. The most recent release of Lynx is 2.5, which is maintained by Foteos Macrides at the Worcester Foundation for Biological Research. The most recent, and probably final, release of Lynx distributed by the University of Kansas is 2.4.2. KU has no plans at this time to continue development or maintenance of Lynx. New or upgrading users are advised to use the 2.5 release of Lynx .
Record Updated: 9/13/96 - Full Listing

   BrowserName: MacWeb
     Developer: TradeWave
           URL: http://galaxy.tradewave.com/


Amiga Mac Misc OS/2 Unix Windows No Yes No No No No
No sign of MacWeb or WinWeb is available on the site as of 9/13/96
Record Updated: 9/13/96 - Full Listing

   BrowserName: Microsoft Internet Explorer
     Developer: Microsoft
           URL: http://www.microsoft.com/ie/


Amiga Mac Misc OS/2 Unix Windows No Yes No No Soon Yes
Personalization Features We let you customize your surfing experience more than any other browser. Customize and manage our browser to match the look and meet the needs of your organization. Concerned about what's out there? We'll let you take control of what your children view on the Web. Don't settle for just mouse clicks. We'll help you access Web content in a variety of ways. We've got the only browser that breaks the Internet language barrier. Communication Features: Now you can run Web phone, application sharing, white-board, and chat across the Internet with this hot new communications tool. Forget hard-to-use mail and news software. With Internet Explorer, communicating has never been easier. Run Windows applications over the Web with this exciting new ActiveX control. Make your Internet chats more fun with this comic-strip style chat client. Active Content Features If you're not using our browser to surf the Web, you're missing out on more than you know. Stop looking at the same old boring pages. ActiveX controls brings rich, active, exciting content to the Web. Web pages come alive with ActiveX scripting. No other browser brings you this level of interactivity. We've got the easiest way to share your favorite documents over the Web. Nobody can beat the speed, power, and stability of our Java┼ Support. Movies, music, sounds, virtual worlds - no other browser brings all the excitement of multimedia to the Web. Enter a whole new level of Web content, rivaled only by the hottest multimedia titles. Interaction with 3-D virtual worlds becomes a reality with our unbeatable VRML support. Internet Explorer now offers compatibility with Netscape's proprietary plug-in technology. Security Features Our security support assures that your online communications travel across the 'Net without interception. Now you can control what gets downloaded to your computer. Protect your privacy and identity on the 'Net.
Record Updated: 9/13/96 - Full Listing

   BrowserName: MMM
     Developer: INRIA
           URL: http://pauillac.inria.fr/~rouaix/mmm/


Amiga Mac Misc OS/2 Unix Windows No No No No Yes No
MMM is a WWW browser implemented in Caml Special Light using the CamlTk4 library. MMM is written by Francois Rouaix, and Copyright INRIA. The main features of the browser are: Runs on Unix/X-Window, We have tested MMM on DEC/OSF (alpha), SunOS 4.1.x (sparc), Solaris (sparc), Linux a.out (486, Pentium). It is known to run on HPUX, SGI/IRIX, FreeBSD and IBM AIX. Supports full HTML 2.0 This includes forms, in-lined images. Supports applets in Caml Special Light A wide variety of applets can be written, including graphics (animated or interactive) and browser extensions. Applets are safe, with the help of strong typing and authentication.
Record Updated: 9/13/96 - Full Listing

   BrowserName: Multilingual Mosaic
     Developer: Accent Software
           URL: http://www.accentsoft.com/


Amiga Mac Misc OS/2 Unix Windows No No No No No Yes
Everything you need from a browser, plus over 30 languages, under any language version of Windows. The only browser that lets you browse Web sites in Japanese, Russian, Arabic, Turkish, Greek, Hebrew, Western and Eastern European languages. Note: unless you use Windows 95, you must install Win32s before installing Multilingual Mosaic. The Japanese font which we provide for our customers is available as a separate download. You may also download Mosaic help files in other languages. Netscape fans can use the Accent Plug-In also available at their site.
Record Updated: 9/13/96 - Full Listing

   BrowserName: NaviPress
     Developer: NaviSoft
           URL: http://www.navisoft.com/


Amiga Mac Misc OS/2 Unix Windows No Yes No No Yes Yes
There is no sign of the browser on their primary web site - discontinued??
Record Updated: 9/13/96 - Full Listing

   BrowserName: NCSA Mosaic
     Developer: NCSA Univ. of Illinois
           URL: http://www.ncsa.uiuc.edu/SDG/Software/Mosaic/NCSAMosaicHome.html


Amiga Mac Misc OS/2 Unix Windows No Yes No No Yes Yes
Welcome to NCSA Mosaic, an Internet information browser and World Wide Web client. NCSA Mosaic was developed at the National Center for Supercomputing Applications at the University of Illinois in Urbana-Champaign. NCSA Mosaic software is copyrighted by The Board of Trustees of the University of Illinois (UI), and ownership remains with the UI. This browser is still under major development and upgrades if you haven╝t taken this one for a spin it might me worth another look.
Record Updated: 9/13/96 - Full Listing

   BrowserName: NetCruiser
     Developer: NetCom
           URL: http://www.netcom.com/netcom/netcrz.html


Amiga Mac Misc OS/2 Unix Windows No Yes No No No Yes
Could not get to site for more details (9/13/96)
Record Updated: 9/13/96 - Full Listing

   BrowserName: Netscape Navigator
     Developer: Netscape Communications Corporation
           URL: http://www.netscape.com/comprod/index.html


Amiga Mac Misc OS/2 Unix Windows No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Netscape Navigator 3.0 is now availableNetscape announces Navigator 3.0, delivering breakthrough audio and video, HTML-enhanced email, full support for Java and JavaScript across all major platforms, and more. Download it now, and see how thousands of developers are featuring Navigator 3.0 on their Web sites. Please be patient, as we've experienced unprecedented demand for the world's most popular Internet client. Take a multimedia Guided Tour of Navigator 3.0. This show-and-tell tour uses the audio and video capabilities of Navigator 3.0 to demonstrate six key features that make it the world's most popular Internet client. Be sure to also pick up a copy of our new in-depth Reviewer's Guide. A Gold version is also available that has all the features of Netscape Navigator as well as a built in HTML editor!
Record Updated: 9/13/96 - Full Listing

   BrowserName: Netshark
     Developer: Intercon Systems
           URL: http://netshark.inter.net/netshark/


Amiga Mac Misc OS/2 Unix Windows No Yes No No No Yes
Web site is not responding as of (9/13/96)
Record Updated: 9/13/96 - Full Listing

   BrowserName: Netsurfer
     Developer: Netsurfer
           URL: http://www.netsurfer.com/


Amiga Mac Misc OS/2 Unix Windows No No Yes No No No
Netsurfer(tm) is the first of the next generation of Internet access software. Combining the open standards of the Internet with the power and intuitive elegance of the OPENSTEP graphical interface, Netsurfer provides the most powerful, easy-to-use framework for accessing information anywhere on the Internet. Netsurfer, provides integrated World-Wide Web, Gopher, and FTP access to OpenStep Personal Computers and Workstations connected to the Internet. Netsurfer provides users with a simple, icon based index for saving and retrieving frequently accessed Internet resources. In addition to a multimedia browser for World-Wide Web and Gopher based resources, Netsurfer also provides a graphical drag and drop browser for navigating FTP file archive servers. Netsurfer features a fully multi-threaded interface, allowing users to perform multiple operations simultaneously. In addition to support for many of the commonly used HTML extensions, Netsurfer is the world's first Web browser to support multi-video playback integrated directly inside Web pages. As with all graphic elements, Netsurfer supports drag and drop of video elements including still frames - even while videos are playing. This browser is available for OpenStep platforms including Intel based PC's, Hewlet-Packard PA-RISC workstations, Sun Sparc workstations, and NeXT computers.
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   BrowserName: Notes Web Navigator
     Developer: Lotus Development
           URL: http://www.lotus.com/comms/webnav.htm


Amiga Mac Misc OS/2 Unix Windows No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
It is available on Windows NT, Windows 95, Windows 3.x, OS/2, several Unix flavors, NLM and Mac (PPC and 68K).
Record Updated: 9/13/96 - Full Listing

   BrowserName: OmniWeb
     Developer: OmniGroup
           URL: http://www.omnigroup.com/Software/OmniWeb/


Amiga Mac Misc OS/2 Unix Windows No No No No No No
OmniWeb is a full-featured, standards compliant World Wide Web browser for NEXTSTEP and OpenStep. Fast and easy-to-use, OmniWeb makes the World Wide Web accessible to neophytes and power users alike. With support for industry standard HTML (HyperText Markup Language), Adobe's emerging PDF (Portable Document Format),and numerous NetScape extensions, such as backgrounds, frames and tables, OmniWeb is designed for surfing today's Internet, and tomorrow's. OmniWeb includes fully integrated forms support, allowing users to fill out and interact with the thousands of company request forms and transaction front-ends available on the web. Support for multiple concurrent browsers allows users to read and search numerous web sites simultaneously. In addition, rich text and graphics can be easily copied from web pages and pasted into other applications. With OmniWeb, navigating the World Wide Web and keeping track of the information you find has never been easier! This browser is available for OpenStep platforms including Intel based PC's, Hewlet-Packard PA-RISC workstations, Sun Sparc workstations, and NeXT computers.
Record Updated: 9/13/96 - Full Listing

   BrowserName: Opera
     Developer: Opera Software
           URL: http://traviata.nta.no/opera.htm


Amiga Mac Misc OS/2 Unix Windows No No No No No Yes
Opera, our advanced Internet/Intranet browser, is developed in Norway. It is user-friendly, versatile, fast and has numerous unique and sophisticated features. Multiple Windows, even at startup! Runs on 'slow' PCs as well as fast! Full keyboard interface allows for fun, easy and efficient surfing. Gone are the days when surfing meant putting your arm out of practice the next day. Customizable user interface. Advanced Multimedia features. Standard and enhanced HTML. Advanced User Interface.We care. A number of features useful for people with a handicap. Opera works very well as a front end for CD-ROMS. The ultimate kiosk. Useful features for Intranet usage. Opera is written from scratch and is not based on the code of Mosaic or any other browser. Opera can run independently under Windows 3.1 and does not require Win32s.
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   BrowserName: PowerBrowser
     Developer: Oracle Corp.
           URL: http://www.oracle.com/


Amiga Mac Misc OS/2 Unix Windows No No No No No Yes
Could not connect to the web site (9/13/96)
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   BrowserName: Quarterdeck Mosaic
     Developer: Quarterdeck
           URL: http://www.qdeck.com/qdeck/products/QMosaic/


Amiga Mac Misc OS/2 Unix Windows No No No No No Yes
Web site too slow to respond and sends uses to http://arachnid.qdeck.com/qdeck/products/ that doesn╝t seem to respond at all...
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   BrowserName: Secure NCSA Mosaic
     Developer: EIT, RSA & NCSA
           URL: http://www.commerce.net/software/SMosaic/


Amiga Mac Misc OS/2 Unix Windows No Yes No No Yes Yes
Host doesn╝t seem to have and info about this browser any more...
Record Updated: 9/13/96 - Full Listing

   BrowserName: Sesame Navigator
     Developer: Ubique
           URL: http://www.ubique.com/products/sesame_ds.html


Amiga Mac Misc OS/2 Unix Windows No No No No Yes No
Now part of GNN and/or AOL?? No browser found
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   BrowserName: SlipKnot
     Developer: Peter Brooks
           URL: http://www.interport.net/slipknot/slipknot.html


Amiga Mac Misc OS/2 Unix Windows No No No No No Yes
SlipKnot is a Windows-based graphical WWW browser which does NOT require SLIP or PPP or TCP/IP. Designed for users of UNIX dial-up or direct connect shell accounts, SlipKnot has a number of features included specifically for serial communications users. SlipKnot is now compatible with (some) Freenets. For freenet (sysop) information: see our Freenets Page.
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   BrowserName: Softerm Plus
     Developer: Softronics,Inc.
           URL: http://www.softronics.com/


Amiga Mac Misc OS/2 Unix Windows No No No Yes No Yes
Softerm Web Browser features include Multiple Document Interface (MDI) View two or more WWW session windows simultaneously , Keeps separate history for each WWW session window, Fully Customizable Fonts and Colors: Background, Foreground and Link, Bookmarks can organized into topics with user-defined tabs, WYSIWYG Printing and Print Preview, Supports Netscape HTML extensions, Text Search, Mark and Copy, View HTML Header for the current, bookmarked and linked document
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   BrowserName: SPRYNET Mosaic
     Developer: Spry
           URL: http://www.spry.com/customer/tellme.html


Amiga Mac Misc OS/2 Unix Windows No Yes No No No Yes
SPRYNET Mosaic This is the latest version of our popular 16-bit SPRY Mosaic Web browser customized to take advantage of our SPRYNET service. New features include table support, Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) security, Keep Alive technology for increased speed and SpyGlass DDE technology. Included with SPRYNET Mosaic are: E-mail, dialer, SPRYNET account creation utility, help file, and a complete listing of all local phone numbers for SPRYNET access. Windows 3.x, Windows 95 or Windows NT
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   BrowserName: STiK/CAB
     Developer: Various (individual shareware authors)
           URL: http://www.unn.ac.uk/~cju920/


Amiga Mac Misc OS/2 Unix Windows No No Yes No No No
Can someone please send in a new link for this Atari browser... Dave,
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   BrowserName: SurfIt!
     Developer: Steve Ball
           URL: http://pastime.anu.edu.au/SurfIt/


Amiga Mac Misc OS/2 Unix Windows No No No No Yes No
SurfIt! is a browser for the World Wide Web implemented entirely as Tcl/Tk script code. It can do most of the things that other Web browsers can do, such as displaying HTML 3.2, inline graphics, and so on. In addition it has the interesting feature of being able to download and execute applets written in Tcl/Tk from a remote server. Tcl applets are executed safely so that they cannot harm your computer or invade your privacy.
Record Updated: 9/13/96 - Full Listing

   BrowserName: Tango
     Developer: Alis Technologies Inc.
           URL: http://www.alis.com/P_NET/P_MCP/P_MCP.EN.HTML


Amiga Mac Misc OS/2 Unix Windows No No No No No Yes
The Tango Multilingual Browser is available on its own or as part of the Tango Starter Kit. Based on the latest release of Spyglass Mosaic, our browser is rich with the most advanced technology: it provides outstanding performance, top-quality display capabilities, extensive formatting features and a friendly interface, all in your own language. Moreover, its powerful linguistic capabilities allow you to select the language of the interface you want to use, display documents in your choice of over 85 languages, and indicate your preferences for the language of the documents you wish to retrieve. With the Tango Multilingual Browser, the World Wide Web is yours to discover, whatever your language. Win 3.1 & 95
Record Updated: 9/13/96 - Full Listing

   BrowserName: TCP/Connect
     Developer: InterCon Systems Corporation
           URL: http://www.intercon.com/


Amiga Mac Misc OS/2 Unix Windows No Yes No No No Yes
InterCon's new tcpCONNECT4 is an integrated desktop communications environment with a full suite of robust TCP/IP and Internet/Intranet productivity applications. CONNECT4 brings all of the connectivity tools you need into a common interface. It offers superior features, ease-of-use, and flexibility, which translate into increased productivity for end users and network managers alike. The end result -- no matter what your job, you can do less work and get more done. Browser features include; Server Push/Client Pull, Extension Mapping (MIME), Faster Hotlist Opening, Select Target Hotlist When Adding New URLs, Netscape Plugin Support & Client Side Image Maps.
Record Updated: 9/13/96 - Full Listing

   BrowserName: Tiber
     Developer: Video On Line
           URL: http://www.vol.it/VOLB/browser.html


Amiga Mac Misc OS/2 Unix Windows No Yes No No Soon Yes
The VOL Browser may be freely duplicated and/or distributed without any restriction. To use this Internet browser you need an IBM-compatible personal computer with a 386 or better processor, at least 4 MB of RAM and MS-Windows 3.1 or later localized for the country you choose (Windows version) or an Apple Macintosh with at least 8 MB of RAM and MacOS 7.5.1 operating system (Macintosh version). MS-DOS Arabic version requires MS-Windows for Workgroups 3.11 in Arabic.
Record Updated: 9/13/96 - Full Listing

   BrowserName: TkWWW
     Developer: Massachusetts Institute of Technology & Many Others
           URL: http://tk-www.mit.edu:8001/


Amiga Mac Misc OS/2 Unix Windows No No No No Yes No
tkWWW is a hypertext browser/editor that is based on the tk toolkit.
Record Updated: 9/13/96 - Full Listing

   BrowserName: UdiWWW
     Developer: Bernd Richter
           URL: http://www.uni-ulm.de/~richter/udiwww/index.htm


Amiga Mac Misc OS/2 Unix Windows No No No No No Yes
UdiWWW is a HTML3 compliant WorldWideWeb (WWW) Browser for Windows NT/95 or Windows 3.1. Features include New HTML commands like DIVisions or NOTEs, HTML3 tables, The upcoming support (not yet) for style-sheets, support of the most proprietary Netscape HTML-extentions, The support of the graphics file formats GIF89a, Basic Authentication via SSL,
Record Updated: 9/13/96 - Full Listing

   BrowserName: Voyager
     Developer: Oliver Wagner
           URL: http://www.vapor.com/voyager/


Amiga Mac Misc OS/2 Unix Windows Yes No No No No No
Voyager Now Updated!
Record Updated: 9/13/96 - Full Listing

   BrowserName: WebExplorer
     Developer: IBM
           URL: http://www.raleigh.ibm.com/WebExplorer/


Amiga Mac Misc OS/2 Unix Windows No No No Yes No No
WebExplorer 1.1e is the latest level of our non-secure browser for OS/2 Warp. The browser uses the same Version 1.1 level of code available in IBM Secure WebExplorer, without the security features. Numerous other fixes are also included...so update your browser today! (P.S. After you download the WebExplorer file, just type webxv11e in the same directory to display the command for uncompressing the file...it's a snap!) Of course if you want to make purchases on the Internet, you'll need a browser that can protect sensitive information, such as your credit card number. That browser is IBM Secure WebExplorer, which supports the Internet's two most popular protocols for secure transactions: SSL and S-HTTP. Order your copy of IBM Secure WebExplorer and then test your security skills using the Web's only Safe Surfing tutorial.
Record Updated: 9/13/96 - Full Listing

   BrowserName: WebSurfer
     Developer: NetManage
           URL: http://www.netmanage.com/webc.cgi?TFm_uRH_Ws6K79JJUpp6Xh5G_C/KQkr77ol1FspL3o/1_4W1BopGSB023lnHQ00J3O/C_RG0Thp0SWG0M0G01ZZ4MoZ6QNl0SkpGSB023hIFScG6GGGOxF10F8pMQBLJPK5Lz_1000


Amiga Mac Misc OS/2 Unix Windows No Yes No No No Yes
WebSurfer is NetManage's standards-based WWW Client. While not sold separately, it is available as part of any of our Chameleon client packages, or FREE here on our website. WebSurfer is cross-platform (Macintosh, Windows 3.1, Windows 95 & Windows NT). Beta versions are added frequently. Stop back to download the latest version for your platform.
Record Updated: 9/13/96 - Full Listing

   BrowserName: WinWeb
     Developer: TradeWave
           URL: http://galaxy.tradewave.com/


Amiga Mac Misc OS/2 Unix Windows No No No No No Yes
No sign of MacWeb or WinWeb is available on the site as of 9/13/96

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