You Explored The World Wide Web With Netscape Navigator
If you had access to the net well before the days of Wi-Fi, you probably used Netscape Navigator. This was before Microsoft and Google, and eventually, the two caught on. But you were likely there for the rise and fall of the Netscape drama. Developers released the first successful browser in 1994. It cleared the air of the massive mess and clutter that was the internet. Eric Bina, one of the original creators of Netscape Navigator, said, “The original idea was how to [make] all of this information easily accessible to anyone.” He and his business partner had a vision of the potential of the internet, and before Wi-Fi, anything was possible. Bina went on to say, “At the time, I [told Andreessen] that this was a terrible idea because it was going to break the internet. There just wasn’t enough bandwidth. Of course, I was completely wrong.” And how wrong he was! (Popular Mechanics).