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Clearing up misconceptions about Web browsers

8:43 AM, Apr. 30, 2013
In this photo illustration Google's Chrome browser shortcut, is displayed next to Mozilla Firefox shortcut and Microsoft's Internet Explorer browser shortcut, on an laptop.
In this photo illustration Google's Chrome browser shortcut, is displayed next to Mozilla Firefox shortcut and Microsoft's Internet Explorer browser shortcut, on an laptop.
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The World Wide Web is so ingrained in our digital lives that it's easy to forget how awe-inspiring it really is. Don't believe me?

We know that there were 634 million active websites at the end of 2012 -- 51 million more than 2011.

Each site might have multiple pages, so experts guess that the Web might have as many as 1 trillion Web pages. ...

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