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Network Browser

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Subject: Mac OS, My Network Places, Scrapbook (Mac OS), System suitcase, History of the web browser
Collection: Mac Os
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Network Browser

Network Browser was an application that shipped with Mac OS 9 to allow users to connect to other computers and printers on a network, and access FTP servers, intended to replace the Chooser that shipped with previous versions.

See also

  • Safari — Apple's current web browser
  • Mail — Apple's current eMail client
  • Finder (10.2+) — Apple later integrated FTP functionality into the Finder
  • Address Book — Apple's system-level address book service
  • Claris Emailer — Apple's eMail client

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