Browsers provide a graphical interface to information on the Web. They
display pages written in Hypertext Markup Language, or HTML.
Hypertext is the neat invention that makes it possible for you to click on
links to jump to other pages.
Some of the most
popular browsers are Microsoft's Internet Explorer (IE) on Windows computers,
Firefox on Windows and Macintosh computers, and Safari on Macintosh
computers. Regardless of which browser you choose, you can access the
interprets some HTML elements in its own way, so the same page
might display differently, depending on which browser you use.