Lynx is a fully-featured World Wide Web (WWW) browser for users on Unix, VMS, and other platforms running cursor-addressable, character-cell terminals or emulators. That includes vt100 terminals, other character-cell displays, and vt100 emulators such as Kermit or Procomm running on PCs or Macs.
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Pro Oldest web-browser still in general use
Lynx was first released in 1992. Using it is one of the best hands-on ways to understand the history of the Web.
Pro Still under active development
Lynx offers surprising compatibility with current WWW standards, including SSL/TLS.
Pro Naturally well-suited to accessibility tools
Being a text-based browser, Lynx is easy to operate using text-to-speech or Braille tools for visually-impaired users.