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Your Browser Capabilities and Connection Info
Following are the capabilities of your browser and the information about your connection as seen by this server (this is what ASP.NET server thinks of your browser by default). Some of these values are ASP.NET/.NET Framework specific. The display/monitor details might be off, because the algorithm used in .Net Framework approximates these values.
PropertyValue
Browser Basics 
Browser Name (User-Agent request header sent by the browser)IE
Browser Version5.5
Major (integer) version5
Minor (decimal) version0.5
Name and versionIE5
Internal Identifier of the browser as specified in the browser definition fileie55
The type of input supported by browserkeyboard
Raw user agent string of the client browserCCBot/2.0 (http://commoncrawl.org/faq/)
.Net Framework Version0.0
Is this AOL Browser?No
Is this a Beta Version of the Browser?No
Are you a search engine Web crawler?No
Scripting Info 
ECMAScript Version1.2
JScript Version5.5
W3C DOM Version1.0
Microsoft DOM Version5.5
Supports ActiveX Controls?Yes
Supports Java Applets?Yes
Supports Visual Basic Scripting edition (VBScript)?Yes
Supports callback scripts?Yes
Supports Cascading Style Sheets (CSS)?Yes
Sizes and Preferences 
Maximum length of the page, in bytes, which browser can display (default is 2000)300000
Maximum length in characters for the HREF attribute of an HTML A (anchor) element10000
Maximum length of the text that a soft key label can display (default is 5)5
MIME type of the type IMAGE content typically preferred by the browserimage/gif
MIME type of the type of CONTENT typically preferred by the browsertext/html
General name for the type of content that the browser prefers (html32 or chtml10)html32
The request encoding preferred by the browser 
The response encoding preferred by the browser 
Cookies 
Supports Cookies?Yes
Supports empty (null) string in cookie values?Yes
Supports cookies on redirection?Yes
General Capabilities 
Supports receiving XML over HTTP?Yes
Supports Channel Definition Format (CDF) for webcasting?No
Capable of initiating a voice call?No
Has a dedicated back button?Yes
Supports color?Yes
Requires control state to be maintained in sessions?No
Requires a double-byte character set?No
Requires non-standard error messages?No
Postback data sent by the browser will be UrlEncoded?No
Requires VIEWSTATE values to be specially encoded?No
Requires unique FORMACTION URLs?No
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