The current web browsing page has become part of our daily lives. In December 1990, the “WorldWideWeb” program, known as the first web browser, was officially born at the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CREN). To celebrate the 30th anniversary of the “WorldWideWeb” program, a team at CREN has created a website to bring this oldest browser back to everyone.

You can go to the this website and press “Launch WorldWideWeb” to try out the initial browsing experience of the online world. This replica browser can also open today’s web pages. But because the web at the time was not as modern as it was, you would not see any images or any color effects inside.

The development history of “WorldWideWeb” is also introduced on the website. If you are interested in this browser, you may wish to pay attention.


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