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It might seem strange that there's a "browsers" category for software this old, but if you think about it makes sense. Internet was in its infancy in the 90s, but there were developers that understood the potential of this technology and created software such as primitive browsers even in those years (and even for DOS!).

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Lynx
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Netscape Navigator 4
applicationWindows XP/98/95, Windows 3.x
Arachne WWW
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Arachne WWW

DOS1996freeware4.1/5
Arachne is a graphical web browser for DOS. Arachne was developed by Michal Polák and released in the early 1990s as a text-mode web browser with limited graphical capabilities. Arachne allowed DOS users to browse the World Wide Web in a graphical, though quite basic, manner. It supported features such as displaying images, handling lin...
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Netscape Navigator 4

Windows XP/98/95Windows 3.x19973.8/5
Netscape Navigator was one of the earliest web browsers that played a crucial role in popularizing the World Wide Web. It was developed by Netscape Communications Corporation and released in 1994. Netscape Navigator was among the first graphical web browsers that allowed users to navigate the internet using a graphical user interface rather than a ...
mosaic-1-01

NCSA Mosaic

Windows XP/98/95Windows 3.x19933.3/5
NCSA Mosaic was one of the earliest web browsers to appear on the market. It was developed at the National Center for Supercomputing Applications (NCSA) at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign. NCSA Mosaic was released in 1993 and is credited with being the first widely-used graphical web browser with a user-friendly interface.
doslynx-01

Lynx

DOS1992freeware3/5
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