W3C's open source browser/editor for testing and evaluating new standards. Supports XHTML, MathML, SVG and CSS.
Compact offline HTML viewer, runs off a floppy and requires no winsock.dll. Users can view HTML files anytime.
Features skins support, built-in instant messaging client and email. Uses the IE rendering engine.
Browser with support for SGML, XML, HyTime, CALS tables, RDF, and XLink based on the Mozilla Gecko rendering engine.
The original graphical browser, with an interesting site map feature. Development ceased in January 1997. Supports only HTML 3.2, and cannot navigate to virtual domain names.
A weekly newsletter that gives you news about browsers, helps you find browsers old and new, and provides internet statistics.
With netomat, the user has a dialogue with the Internet. You can ask the net a question using natural language. netomat responds by flowing text, images and audio from the net to your screen.
Links to and brief descriptions of a large number of browsers for all platforms.
High-speed offline web browser for Windows 95/98/NT/2000.
IE-based Web browser displays and edits HTML 4.0 metadata. Public domain version supports browsing of Web pages and metadata.