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The Navigator Object

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Find out what is the Navigator object and how to use it

The window.navigator property exposed by browsers points to a Navigator object which is a container object that makes a lot of Web Platform APIs available to us.

The standard and widely implemented properties include:

The standard methods include:

There are many more methods and properties which are provided by APIs that are either experimental or implemented as drafts and not yet finalized, or just available on a tiny fraction of browsers, so I haven’t included them here but you can explore them all on MDN.

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