The World Wide Web refers to all the websites, documents and all other resources connected to the Internet and utilizing the hypertext transfer protocol (HTTP). This network also includes the computers and other devices accessing the Web's contents.
The World Wide Web, which gives computer users access to an enormous amount of documents, graphics and other materials, was created by Tim Berners-Lee in 1989. At the time, Berners-Lee was a employee of CERN, a scientific research organization based in Switzerland.
Popular web browsers include Internet Explorer, Chrome, Firefox, Opera, Safari, Netscape, Camino and K-Meleon. There are nearly 80 different web browsers according to Web Developers Notes. Britain's Daily Mail reported in June 2014 that, at that point, Chrome had surpas...
The World Wide Web was invented in 1989 by Tim Berners-Lee. Its creation came approximately 20 years after the Internet was developed. The World Wide Web initially served as a way for scientists around the world to more easily share data from experiments.
On a Windows computer, Internet Explorer comes preinstalled and is located on the computer's taskbar. On an Apple computer, Safari comes preinstalled and is located in the taskbar area as well.
As of 2015, some Web browsers that offer free downloads are Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome and Opera. Mozilla Firefox lets users sync their information including browsing history, passwords and bookmarks across computers. Its voice interaction add-on lets users use voic...