Simply put, is there a modern browser that runs on Windows 3.1? Sometimes there's situations that restrict the ability for an environment to be upgraded, and web browsing is a must these days. The idea is that that it can render a site such as superuser.com
The existing browsing options for that OS simply break on most sites.
Ok, so I know what you are thinking: "What on earth are you doing
still running Windows 3.1?"
Here's the situation. The computer running 3.1 is also the controller
for $150,000 bandsaw made in Germany, so any chance of upgrading the
actual computer without spending quite a bit of money up front to the
manufacture is slim to none. The problem is that the timeclock
software is on a web driven platform. Netscape 4.0 does not display
the site correctly and does not respond to the button pushes like
"login" or "punch".
Things like Java or flash are not necassary. AFAIK, it just needs to
support HTML 4 and CSS.
So I figure it might be a good idea to disclose the software being
used. It's [Gorrie Regan's Time and Attendance] software. They
have done some updates since we first acquired them. The service is
hosted through a combination SQL server and IIS.