What Is My User Agent

Your User Agent CCBot/2.0 (https://commoncrawl.org/faq/)

If you want to find out your web browser's user agent string, there's no need to worry. It's a pretty simple process. You can easily access the "What Is My User Agent?" tool in your web browser. Our web-based tool is designed to automatically detect and display your user agent string on the page. By doing so, it provides you with valuable insights into the type of browser and operating system that are being used to facilitate your online experience. With this information, you can better understand how your web browser is functioning and troubleshoot any issues that may arise.

What is the User Agent String?

When you use your web browser to access a website, your browser sends a piece of data called the user agent string to the website. This string consists of important details about your browser and operating system, such as the browser name and version, the operating system name and version, and other specifications. The user agent string is used by websites to tailor their content and functionality to match the capabilities of your browser and operating system.

For example, a website may use the user agent string to determine whether your browser supports certain features or to adjust the layout and design of the website to match your device's screen size and resolution. In short, the user agent string plays a crucial role in ensuring that websites can provide you with a customized and optimized user experience.