The Internet: Whats the Fuss?

A browser is a software program written specifically to enable users to easily navigate the Internet. Before browsers, users had to choose from menus or type a variety of commands to search the Internet. With the invention of browsers came the use of hypertext links. These colorful links made surfing the Internet very easy.

Today the most popular browser is Internet Explorer with approximately 51% of all users using some version of Microsoft's browser. The remaining users use Mozilla Firefox, Safari, or Google's Chrome to surf the Internet.