Text-based web browser
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Text-based browsers are often very useful for users with visual impairment or partial blindness. They are especially useful with speech synthesis or text-to-speech software, which reads content to users.
List of notable text-based web browsers
- Charlotte Web Browser (for VM/CMS)[discuss]
- Emacs/W3 & EWW for GNU Emacs
- Line Mode Browser (by Tim Berners-Lee)
- Lynx (and derivatives ALynx and DosLynx)
- "Description of CHARLOTT". IBM. IBM. Retrieved 10 February 2015.
- Forde, Carl. "The Charlotte Web Browser". The Rexx Language Association. Retrieved 10 February 2015.
- Forde, Carl. "The Charlotte Web Browser, part 2". The Rexx Language Association. Retrieved 10 February 2015.
- "VM and e-business: VM Web Browsers". IBM. IBM. Retrieved 10 February 2015.
- Media related to Text-based web browsers at Wikimedia Commons
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