An anonymous reader writes: to leverage business information, applications, and resources across an enterprise by extending the IBM i resources to the client desktop through a web browser.Reliable, security-rich Web based email software that can help many different types of users efficiently manage business-critical information and collaboration, online and offline.aPresented in 1994 with OS/2 Warp (v3), it was hailed as the best browser by Internet Magazine in their November issue and leveraged its position as the only native browser in OS/2 at that time. It was based on the Mosaic web browser and was a coming attraction in The HTML Sourcebook: The Complete Guide to HTML. Almost immediately after the introduction of OS/2 Warp version 3, IBM dismantled the development team and that relegated the WebExplorer to the annals of history. IBM WebExplorer, at that time, was the browser application to beat. OS/2 Warp 4 (1996) included it, but also included a link to download an OS/2 version of Netscape Navigator 2.02, which was late for shipping on CD. IBM had already planned the substitution of WebExplorer.