This tool identifies the type of web browser, layout engine, operating system, cpu architecture, and device type/model. The information is determined from your user-agent data.
Web browser User agent provide a website information about the browser and operating system. This allows the website to customize content for the capabilities of a particular device, but also raises privacy issues.
The user agent string, a piece of data transmitted in the HTTP header during a web request, contains information valuable in determining browser type and often basic system information.Two methods for accessing the user agent string include:
A broader UA definition includes Web crawlers, Web bots and other technologies. The browser issues certain UA strings that show the specific technology used to access a site, page or other content. For example, a UA string from a Firefox browser would include the word Mozilla, as well as version data and other details. User agents include browsers, browser extensions, media players, readers and other applications that render web content. A user agent that follows UAAG 2.0 will improve accessibility through its own user interface and its ability to communicate with other technologies, including assistive technologies.