A web browser (commonly referred to as a browser) is a software application for accessing information on the World Wide Web. Each individual web page, image, video, and resource in general, is identified by a distinct Uniform Resource Locator (URL), enabling browsers to retrieve these resources from a web server and display them on a user's device.
There are several web browsers available in Debian, including:
Firefox - Open-source web browser developed by the Mozilla Foundation
Chromium - Open source web browser used as a base Google Chrome
GNOME Web - (epiphany-browser package) Simple yet powerful GNOME web browser targeted at non-technical users
TorBrowser - Firefox-based Web browser aimed at defending against tracking, surveillance, and censorship.
midori - Fast, lightweight graphical web browser (available in bullseye and buster)
luakit - Fast and small web browser extensible by Lua
Web browsers that can be used in a terminal emulator environment.
edbrowse - Line oriented text-mode editor & browser. Supports HTTP, FTP, scripts, editor, mail client.
elinks - Advanced text-mode WWW browser
links - Web browser running in text mode
links2 - Web browser running in both graphics and text mode
lynx - Classic text-mode web browser with support for Gopher, HTTP, FTP, WAIS, and NNTP protocols
w3m - WWW browsable pager with excellent tables/frames support
Third party browsers
The following web browsers in are not in the Debian repositories, and thus require the use of third party repositories to install them on Debian
Default Web Browser
Once you have more than one of them installed, you can select the default one system-wide using:
update-alternatives --config x-www-browser update-alternatives --config www-browser
https://debtags.debian.org/search/?wl=&q=tag%3Aweb%3A%3Abrowser - Search for the web::browser debtag
A list of all wiki pages about web browsers: