Nexus (formerly WorldWideWeb), created by CERN, was the world's first Web Browser. When it was released, it was the only way to view the Internet. Originally WorldWideWeb, it was changed to Nexus to avoid confusion with the World Wide Web. It was first released December 23, 1990, after two months development, and the final release was version 0.18 on January 14, 1994. This version is still available on the internet. Although it is discontinued, it is well known for being the first web browser, even for how basic it was.