Since the 1993 introduction of Mosaic, the browser widely credited with popularizing the Web, the number of hosts on the Internet has grown from a little over one million to over 750 million. But despite that exponential growth, one part of the Web hasn't changed that much: the look and feel of the browsers we use to access it.
Under the hood, Mosaic is primitive by today's standards, but it's design is recognizable. Sure, it's all black, white and gray with flat buttons, but it would take absolutely no time to adjust to it. Everything is in the right place; the way we interact with browsers has barely changed.
Here's a look back at a few major browser releases, starting with Mosaic.
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