Web browsers have come a long way since 1990. The first one to be conceived was called WorldWideWeb (not to be confused with the abstract information space) and quickly renamed to Nexus. It was developed by Sir Tim Berners-Lee and was made for FTP file sharing, limited streaming services and to access Bulletin Board Services.
So I started what I call a bi-annual refresh. A new copy of the Operating System every few months. Here’s basically a run-down of what I do when I first log in.
You get emailed a 357 page PDF file. And your boss has asked you to identify all addresses of clients inside it.