Early 1990s web browsers  OCT 17 2011

Over at Ars Technica, Matthew Lasar has a look at some of browsers people used back in the early 90s before Netscape came around.

Tim Berners-Lee's original 1990 WorldWideWeb browser was both a browser and an editor. That was the direction he hoped future browser projects would go.

I compiled a bunch of old browsers for download back in the day but the Browser Archive at evolt.org is the definitive source. (via @jenville)

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