Browsing Internet Without Browser is it Possible?

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Hi IT Experts,

Is there any ways to access internet without using browser?

If it possible, what is it? How it is work? And can it load any types of data?

i heard that we can use command prompt. but i think it is just hoax.

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Answered By 10 points N/A #117278

Browsing Internet Without Browser is it Possible?

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Hi Christine Reyes,

I'm just wondering on why you don't need a browser on your computer, browser is very important how can you open internet without a browser? Okay with regards to your question if it is possible to open internet without browser is this is very, very possible, you can open it through MY COMPUTER on the upper side you can transform it like an Internet Explorer with the same Function. But the problem is the function of this, this is quite obsolete if you compare it to the GOOGLE CHROME which has an automatic search engine for example instead of typing www.yahoo.com you just type yahoo and it automatically directs to the yahoo website.

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Tony Stevenson

 

Answered By 0 points N/A #117279

Browsing Internet Without Browser is it Possible?

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Hi,

You can browse internet by notepad in Windows XP. For this:

1 Run the notepad.

2 click on help menu and click on help.

3 In help dialog box, click left mouse button on the left corner of this dialog box.

4 A option window will be open, click on jump to url.

5 in next option windows you can type url of your few ret website.

You can also browse internet in any operating system by using Skype, iTunes, and real player etc. by using their internet option.

Answered By 10 points N/A #117280

Browsing Internet Without Browser is it Possible?

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Hello Christine Reyes,

I am not sure if that can be possible, and I really doubt that it can be true because on all systems be it windows, Mac and Linux you will need a browser to be able to access the internet. I do not see the possibility of typing the address in the command prompt and being able to access the internet as you in a browser, and even if it may be possible it will just a complicated process that will take a lot of your time.

I do not see why you will want to go for such a process when things have already been made easier when it comes to browsing by the introduction of very fast browsers.

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Lee Hung

 

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