Browsing the contemporary web is essentially the same as when I first used NCSA Mosaic 1.1 in 1992. Most of the time you clicked links and went through the sequence of visited pages with the back and forward buttons. You could also save websites to your bookmarks, what we now call favorites.
That’s what you still do today, most of the time. But now we have mobile devices, tabs, and other features that didn’t exist three decades ago. Like the ones for improving browsing described in an article of this issue.