Lynx (web browser)
Lynx is a plain-text web browser originally developed by the University of Kansas as a Gopher client and released to the public in 1994.. It is designed for use with the command line. It does not interface with the mouse; keyboard shortcuts (such as in VI) are used instead to run commands. It does not display images, videos, or CSS. Lynx has been available for Microsoft Windows and DOS operating systems since 1997. ; a similar browser called ELinks is available for Ubuntu Linux and Macintosh.