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OP Web Browser subsystems

To improve the performance and security of the OP Web Browser, the main architecture is divided into five main subsystems: browser kernal, storage subsystem, network subsystem, user-interface subsystem, and Web page instructions.

Credit: Proceedings of the 2008 IEEE Symposium on Security and Privacy

The hegemony of the traditional desktop operating system is starting to fracture with the emergence of a new generation of Web browsers that may finally herald the long-awaited convergence of Web and OS.

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