When the Internet was invented in the late '60s, it was a technical success little known outside of the military and academia. Its purpose was to transfer files and data. In the 1990s, the second invention occurred that was the World Wide Web (WWW). This made file transfers even easier, and it opened up the Internet to other protocols, like FTP (file transfer protocol), e-mail and network controls. The last part was the invention of the Internet Browser, and the first one was Netscape. It made working with the Internet fun and commercially successful. This Brighthub guide to the Internet Browser gives readers a chance to explore different articles that focus their attention on the many different parts of browsers. For example, Microsoft makes Internet Explorer. But Google makes Chrome, Mozilla makes Firefox. There are also Opera, Safari, and many others.