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(view javascript here) It was tested and works with FF (3 and 4), Webkit (Chrome/Safari), Opera 11.x (works on small data sets, croaks on the whole page), and IE 9.0 & even IE 10 (IE 8.0 does not work, which probably means all prior versions don't work either). Note: We removed a bunch of annoying tags that were lying around inside the browser strings from our old page formatting method.

We are progressively going to add the feature on a browser-by-browser basis for your delight, edification and titillation. Before there was NSCA's Mosaic there were several other browsers capable of interpreting HTML, including Erwise and Viola, both of which I used before the Andreeson project issued any software.

Instructions are available at Build Instructions'. Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-US) Apple Web Kit/525.13 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/3.1 Safari/525.13 Explanation: Cross-over Chromium - and just how do we know that - well Jake told us is how (apparently the help/about screen gives the real skinny). Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-US) Apple Web Kit/525.13 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/ Safari/525.13 Explanation: Google Chrome browser in Beta release.

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Runs on Linux, BSD and MAC OS X and Windows under Min GW (GNU for Windows).

curl/7.19.5 (i586-pc-mingw32msvc) libcurl/7.19.5 Open SSL/0.9.8l zlib/1.2.3 Explanation: c URL 7.19.5 on a Windows under Min GW. curl/7.7.2 (powerpc-apple-darwin6.0) libcurl 7.7.2 (Open SSL 0.9.6b) Explanation: The current version of c URL is 7.10.5 (built on libcurl).

We regularly get asked for these strings in other formats - mostly without all our pathetic attempts at humor in the explanations.

We had studiously avoided doing anything because it smelled, vaguely, of work.

String from Dirk Heyne, Alex Williams, Jake Wasdin, Jonathan Mc Cormack, Don Hansen, Jeremey Jarratt, Carl Karlsson - thanks. Wait a minute, was that not what chromium boasted about.

Chrome clone (gotta love the alliteration) with a number of extra features. Also a number of the user tracking features have either been removed or are now configurable. Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.1; WOW64) Apple Web Kit/534.30 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/12.0.742.122 Safari/534.30 Chrome Plus/ Explanation: Google Chrome Plus browser on Windows 7 Professional (64 bit). A *nix only keyboard browser in the style of emacs and vi (shudders at the thought) which some folks just love to death. Goodness, these folks are masochists or quirky - definitely quirky Mozilla/5.0 (X11; Linux i686; rv:41.0) Gecko/20100101 conkeror/1.0.3 Explanation: Conkeror browser on Linux something. Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 6.1; en-US) Apple Web Kit/532.5 (KHTML, like Gecko) Comodo_Dragon/ Chrome/ Safari/532.5 Explanation: Comodo Dragon on XP. Browser claimed to be on the oldest hardware ever to browse the web - unless you know better that is! Contiki/1.0 (Commodore 64; Explanation: Contiki - the original traveled across the Atlantic (or was that Kontiki) - this one travels the internet. Contiki/1.0 (Commodore 64; Explanation: Contiki (a very small footprint Open Source OS) with built in browser which even tells you where to get it - is that helpful or what! c URL (yeah that's the way they want it spelled) is a command line tool (similar to wget) for accessing web based stuff.

Nominally RFC 1945 and RFC 2068 define them (get RFCs) but only as an afterthought (the RFCs define HTTP 1.0 and 1.1).

Browser IDs, more correctly User Agent IDs, appear, among other places, as the environmental variable HTTP_USER_AGENT in Apache.

Maybe there is an alternative to the deadly boring rise of chrome and edge after all. Department of useless stuff: Anyone know the difference between Open Mini and Mobile..it's not the beginning of a joke.

One of our smart readers responded with a link to Opera's site which says - roughly - that Opera Mobile is a real browser that can directly access the web - just like regular Opera and is designed for smartphones whereas Opera Mini is a cut-down browser that needs an Opera server and is typically used on feature phones. As always thanks to everyone who took the time to supply a string - even if we didn't use it.

You need this information to make the fewest checks possible for the browser environment or to optimise the display or ... And if you want to check your browser string use our cheap trick page.

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