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Contrary to popular belief, Mosaic was not the first Web browser
Although Mosaic is arguably the Web browser that popularized the World Wide Web, it isn't the first Web browser, as is widely-believed.
Remember Sir Tim Berners-Lee, the inventor of the Web? Well, not only did he also primarily author HTML, but he also invented the first Web browser, pictured above, called Nexus (after originally being called "WorldWideWeb").
At one point, Nexus was the only means with which one could access the Web; however, it didn't take long for other Web browsers (like Mosaic) to find their way onto computers of the Internet-savvy. Now, we have a veritable cornucopia of Web browsers to choose from: Internet Explorer, Firefox, Chrome, Opera, Safari, etc.
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