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Explanation of terms
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A Browser is a software application used to locate and display web pages.
A Web Server is the device used to deliver web pages to a computer.
Cookies are pieces of data transferred to a user’s computer when a website is visited. The information is used to track the interests of users and personalise future visits by customising web pages.