Web Browsers By Luke Austin

A Web browser is used to browsed the web to find websites

Microsoft Internet Explorer

Microsoft internet explorer was released in 1995 by a company called Microsoft which create products like Xbox original, Xbox 360 and Xbox one which can access this web browser

People now don't use internet explorer because its a bit slow compared to the other browsers

Google Chrome

Google Chrome was released in September 2, 2008 and was created by a company called Google

Google Chrome logos

Windows, MacOS, Linux, Android, IOS, can access google chrome

Any device can access google chrome

Mozila Firefox

This is the logo

Mozilla released a web browser called firefox in September 23, 2002

The devices that can access this web browser are windows, mac OS, Linux, Android and IOS devices


This is the logo for safari

Apple Safari was released in January 7, 2003 and was created by the same company who makes iMac, iPhones, iPads, MacBooks they are called apple

The only devices that can access Safari are apple devices such as iMac, iPhones, iPads, MacBooks

BuzzFeed is an American internet media company based in New York City
Wikipedia is a free online is a encyclopaedia that aims to allow anyone to edit articles
Sky News is a 24-hour international multimedia news operation based in Britain.
Facebook is an American for-profit corporation and online social media and social networking service based in Menlo Park, California. The Facebook website was launched on February 4, 2004,
iCloud is a cloud storage and cloud computing service from Apple Inc. launched on October 12, 2011. As of February 2016, the service had 782 million users.
is an American electronic commerce and cloud computing company, founded on July 5, 1994

Internet can be used by inform, educate, persuade, e-commerce, storage, sharing, and for social interaction.

Websites like Sky News and Buzzed tell the reader whats happening around the around.

Wikipedia and answers.com are used for education so that people who don't know the answers can search it up.

Game and Food adverts such as KFC can persuade the audience to buy their products

Amazon and Ebay are used for people to buy stuff or sell items online

iCloud and onedrive is a online storage where people can save data online


All of the following websites have these convention on there

A logo = A unique and recognisable picture or badge. The audience will recognise this and they will now that they are on the right website.

Blogging = Will allow the audience to write or blog to the company that runs the website.

Banner ads = Adverts for a product maybe fixed to part of the page, a banner can stretch over the whole width of a websites.

Search function = This part of a website allow the user to quickly look for anything on the websites based on a word or phase.

Layout Grid = A website might be laid out in very tidy, straight lines and columns this makes it easy for the audience to view.

Hyperlinks = These can be a selectable object (a word/picture/video) clicking on a hyperlinks will take the audience to another part of the website.

E-Commerce = Used to describe an area of the website that users can buy, sell or trade anything.

Navigation Bar/Menu = This will allow the user to easily find and change between tabs and pages on a websites.

Image = A photo/picture/Visual element

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