|User Agent||CCBot/2.0 (https://commoncrawl.org/faq/)|
The "What is my Browser" tool is a tool used to identify and display information about the web browser being used by a user to access a website or web application. It provides details about the user's browser type, version, and other relevant information related to the browser's configuration and capabilities.
The "What is my Browser" tool typically retrieves information from the user's browser, such as the User-Agent string, which is a unique identifier that browsers send to web servers when making requests. This string contains information about the browser's name, version, operating system, and other details that can be used to determine the type and version of the browser being used.
By using the "What is my Browser" tool, website owners, webmasters, and developers can obtain information about the user's browser, which can be useful for web analytics, troubleshooting website compatibility issues, and optimizing website performance. It can also help in determining whether the user's browser is up-to-date with the latest security patches and updates. Additionally, the tool can provide insights into the capabilities and limitations of the user's browser, which can be helpful for developing web applications or websites with optimal compatibility across different browsers and versions.