QUESTION 1A Web browser, or browser is application software that allows users to access and view Web pages. When you type a Web address in the Adress box of a browser window, a computer called a Web server delivers the requested Web page to your computer.Choose 2 Web Browsers and compare. Plese include information on the the history of each browser (Introduction) and other information such as-1.What is a Web Browser?“A web browser (commonly referred to as a browser) is a software application for retrieving, presenting and traversing information resources on the World Wide Web. An information resource is identified by a Uniform Resource Identifier (URI/URL) and maybe a web page, image, video or other pieces of content. Hyperlinks present inresources enable users easily to navigate their browsers to related resources.”In simple words, Web Browser is a Computer Application which allows the user to connect with the internet to access web pages, videos, images or other information.2.Choose 2 Web Browser and compareA. ChromeThe browser developed by the search engine leader Google, since its beginning,Chrome is on the top of the game. It is also the most popular web browsers bystatistics. The enormous success of the Chrome browser over the years is an unendingtruth of its popularity because of its simplicity, security, and performance. It is basedon the open-source project, Chromium.Most of the modern features firstly introduced by Chrome, for example, tabbedbrowsing. Chrome is just not a web browser it is more than that. It integrates most ofthe Google Search features seamlessly, and you access them directly from the addressbar. It also allows you to sync browser data with all your devices using your Googleaccount. Another strong point of this browser is the support of Chrome Extensions,from its store you can find an extension for anything which can be done on the web.Read our post on the Best Chrome Extensions here.
B.Advantages of Google ChromeI.Sleek DesignGoogle revamped Chrome’s design in 2018 and updated many features. Chrome looks sleek and simple using the Material Design concept from Google. Windows version of Chrome doesn’t even have traditional menu items on top and packed with all features behind simple settings page.The idea is good that most of the users don’t need to tweak browser’s settings. However, you can setup specific settings for individual websites like blocking pop-up, blocking ads, etc.