alert("Hi Netscape User!");
if (browserName=="Microsoft Internet Explorer")
alert("Hi, Explorer User!");
alert("Check out the browser which you are using, or upgrade your browser with the new one?");
So, Guys! what answer you got, Yes! the navigator.appName returns "Netscape ". As we all know "appName " of navigator holds the name of the browser. Similarly we have so many properties of navigator object like for example: navigator.appVersion, here "appVersion " holds the version of the browser.
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