Mosaic browser plaque ncsa
Web browser. Mosaic, the first popular graphical browser for the world wide web, was created by Marc L. Andreessen and Eric J. Bina at the National Center for Supercomputing Applications (NCSA). Upon its 1993 release to the public, Mosaic gave internet users easy access to multimedia sources of information. Web browsers have transformed the exchange of information.

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