3. ABOUT INTERNET
The Internet is the global system of
interconnected computer networks that use
the Internet protocol suite (TCP/IP) to link
billions of devices worldwide. It is a network of
networks that consists of millions of private,
public, academic, business, and government
networks of local to global scope, linked by a
broad arrayof electronic, wireless, and
The term Internet, when used to refer to the
specific global system of interconnected
Internet Protocol (IP) networks, is a proper
noun and may be written with an initial
capital letter. In common use and the media, it
is often not capitalized, viz. the internet.
4. TERMIOLOGIES RELATED TO
BLOGS - A blog is a web site made up of
entries, which are called "posts." Blogs can
focus on a wide range of topics from politics to
food art, and sometimes consist of only the
author's thoughts and experiences (much like
an online journal). Blogs are typically run and
written by one person, but organizations or
groups of people may collaborate on a blog
with each member providing a new viewpoint
5. HTTP-The Hypertext Transfer
Protocol (HTTP) is an
application protocol for
systems. HTTP is the
foundation of data
communication for the World
Wide Web. Hypertext is
structured text that uses
logical links (hyperlinks)
between nodes containing
FTP-The File Transfer Protocol (FTP) is a standard network
protocol used to transfer computer files between a client
and server on a computer network. FTP is built on a client-
server model architecture and uses separate control and
data connections between the client and the server.
6. URL - A URL is one type of Uniform Resource Identifier (URI); the generic term for
all types of names and addresses that refer to objects on the World Wide Web.
The term "Web address" is a synonym for a URL that uses the HTTP or HTTPS
7. Broadband - A high-speed connection to the
Internet is known as broadband. There are
several types of broadband connections, such
as cable, DSL (Digital Subscriber Line), and
fiber-optic. Fiber-optic connection is both the
newest and fastest method of Internet
connectivity thus far.
8. Browser - A browser, also called a web
browser, is a software program that allows the
user to access and browse the World Wide
Web. There are many different browsers
available, such as Internet Explorer, Firefox,
and Chrome. Each browser has a different
visual design and unique features.
9. Cloud Computing - Cloud computing is when
data is processed and stored on the Internet,
usually hosted by a business or company,
instead of on a personal computer or server.
The "cloud" portion of the term is just another
name for the Internet. This can be a useful way
to store data if there isn't much room on a
personal hard-drive, but the data can only be
accessed through an Internet connection.
10. Download - The process of downloading refers
to receiving data on a personal computer or
computer system when the data itself is stored
on another computer or on the Internet itself.
A download may be anything from a
PowerPoint presentation to a music file.
Email - Email refers to messages sent
electronically between two or more users. It
can be written as either "email" or "e-mail",
and the word may be used as both a noun and
a verb. An email service like Yahoo! or MSN
will provide users with a personal email
address, which can be used to direct an email
to a specific recipient.
11. Encryption and Authentication -
Authentication and encryption help make sure
that any data transmitted over the Internet is
done so securely. Authentication makes sure
that both users are legitimate, and that they
are not impersonating another user or web
site. Encryption helps make sure that the data
transmitted is only transmitted between the
two users in question, and is protected from
being read by a third party.
12. Firewall - A firewall is a piece of software that
helps prevent a computer from being attacked
by online viruses or hackers. Most computers
come with a firewall installed, but there are
plenty of programs available online for
13. SERVICES OF COMPUTERThe Internet is the global system of
interconnected computer networks that use
the Internet protocol suite (TCP/IP) to link
billions of devices worldwide
. It is a network of networks that consists of
millions of private, public, academic, business,
and government networks of local to global
scope, linked by a broad array of electronic,
wireless, and optical networking technologies.
The Internet carries an extensive range of
information resources and services, such as
the inter-linked hypertext documents and
applications of the World Wide Web (WWW),
electronic mail, telephony, and peer-to-peer
networks for file sharing.
14. Most traditional communications media,
including telephony, radio, television, paper
mail and newspapers are being reshaped or
redefined by the Internet, giving birth to new
services such as email, Internet telephony,
Internet television music and video streaming
Newspaper, book, and other print
publishing are adapting to website
technology, or are reshaped into blogging,
web feeds and online news aggregators
(e.g., Google News). The entertainment
industry was initially the fastest growing
segment on the Internet.
15. USAGE OF INTERNET
1. Checking emails
It is reported that the first thing that 90 % of Internet users do when they
connected to the net is to check if they have received any emails. Internet has
drastically changed the mail pattern and has made it incredibly fast.
16. 2. Download
It is hard to find an Internet user, who has not used it to download music and movies.
Apart from it, there are lots of other things that can be downloaded using internet as
3. Search For Relevant Information
If you are not sure about something, then
one of the easiest way to know more about
it is by searching it on internet. Internet has
got a huge database of information on
almost every subject and one can easily find
out lots of information on any topic using
17. 4. Book Tickets
Online booking has made things really easy. Be it a movie ticket
or flight ticket, you can book just about anything using Internet.
The process is very easy, convenient and super fast.
5. Shop Online
The use of internet is not limited merely to booking
tickets. With help of net, you can do a full-fledged
online shopping. On popular e-stores like Ebay, Amazon
etc., one can find almost anything that he needs to buy.
These e-stores are reliable and you can find quality
products at most competitive rates on them; and all
this can be done without even stepping out of your
18. 6. Make Friends
–One of the best things about internet is that is has made communication very
easy and convenient. World is a small place now and one can get connected to just
about any part of the world without any problem. There are many sites and forums
on net, where you can find likeminded people and make friends with them. All this
is possible only due to internet.
19. 7. Socialize
Social networks have got really big since last decade. Facebook and Twitter are the new online
hangouts of net-izens and who likes to share all the latest happening of their life on these
social networks and keep their profile duly updated. Now it is possible to be in touch with all
of your friends and relatives, however big they may count in numbers and all this is possible
due to social networks, which acts as a very convenient and effective platform for online
20. 8. E Banking
Banking was never so easy and convenient before! Right from opening an account
to operating it, E-Banking has really been a big boon for everyone. Not only can one
view his account activities but he can also execute online transactions from the
comfort of the home.
9. Data Sharing
Data sharing was never so easy and quick before! It doesn’t matter, if you have to
send a file or song, a picture or a ebook,; with help of internet, you can send just
about anything at anywhere and that too, in no time!
21. TYPES OF WEB BROWERSChrome is a web browser owner developed by
Google based on the open source project
Chromium running under Windows , Mac ,
Linux , Android and iOS . Google Chrome is the
same Chromium except a different logo and
some features less or development .
Mozilla Firefox (or simply Firefox) is a free and
open-source web browser developed by the
Mozilla Foundation and its subsidiary, the
Mozilla Corporation. Firefox is available for
Windows, OS X and Linux operating systems,
with its mobile versions available for Android,
and Firefox OS
22. Internet Explorer is a discontinued series of
graphical web browsers developed by
Microsoft and included as part of the
Microsoft Windows line of operating systems,
starting in 1995.
Opera is a web browser developed by Opera
Software. The latest version is available for
Microsoft Windows, OS X, and Linux operating
systems, and uses the Blink layout engine
Safari is a web browser developed by Apple
based on the WebKit engine. First released in
2003 with Mac OS X Panther, a mobile version
has been included in iOS devices since the
introduction of the iPhone in 2007.
23. SEARCH ENGINES
A web search engine is a software system that
is designed to search for information on the
World Wide Web. The search results are
generally presented in a line of results often
referred to as search engine results pages
(SERPs). The information may be a mix of web
pages, images, and other types of files. Some
search engines also mine data available in
databases or open directories. Unlike web
directories, which are maintained only by
human editors, search engines also maintain
real-time information by running an algorithm
on a web crawler.
24. TYPES OF SEARCH
Yahoo Inc. is an American multinational
technology company headquartered in
Sunnyvale, California. Yahoo was founded by
Jerry Yang and David Filo in January 1994 and
was incorporated on March 2, 1995.
Google is an American
pany specializing in Internet-
related services and products
that include online advertising
technologies, search, cloud
computing, and software.
25. Ask.com (originally known as Ask Jeeves) is a
question answering-focused e-business and
web search engine founded in 1996 by Garrett
Gruener and David Warthen in Berkeley,
Ask.com has been criticized for its browser
toolbar, which has been accused of behaving
like malware due to its bundling with other
software and the difficulty of its uninstallation.
Bing is a web search engine owned and
operated by Microsoft. The service has its
origins in Microsoft's previous search engines:
MSN Search, Windows Live Search and later
Live Search. Bing provides a variety of search
services, including web, video, image and map
search products. It uses the ASP.NET
programming language and follows the design
principles of Microsoft's "Metro" design