When surfing the web in 2015, you had to navigate the web with a mouse, keyboard, and a controller.
With modern browsers like Firefox, Safari, and Chrome, you can still surf the web from a keyboard and mouse.
And that means you can get the full experience with just a mouse.
But, for the majority of surfing in 2015 that required a keyboard, keyboard and a mouse in one fell swoop.
In the years since then, surfing has gotten a lot easier.
So how did we get here?
A lot of surfing sites rely on their proprietary keyboards and trackballs to help you navigate.
But these are only the keyboard- and mouse-dependent sites.
The majority of sites rely entirely on a combination of a combination that’s called a “surfing experience” or a “mouse experience.”
That means that you can surf any website, even the ones you don