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Apa Itu Internet ? For most people, the Internet is a place for everyone to connect their computers and view web pages and send emails. It's a very human centered point of view, but if we really understand the Internet, we have to be more precise: The internet is a large global computer network that is connected to people by default, based on the fact that it's the biggest. Apa Itu Internet, like any computer network, there are conventions that allow it to function.

This is all really - a very large computer network. However, this article does not only explain the Internet, because it will also explain 'World Wide Web'. Most people don't know the difference between the Internet and the Web, but actually it's quite simple Apa Itu Internet: The internet is a computer network, and the Web is a publishing system (website) for that.


Apa Itu Internet ? Computer networks are just two or more computers connected together so they can send messages to each other. In larger networks, computers are connected together in complex settings, where several intermediate computers have more than one connection to another computer, so that each computer can reach another computer on the network through a network of several intermediary computers.

Computers are not the only thing that uses networks - road and train networks are very similar to computer networks, only networks that carry people instead of information. Apa Itu Internet, Trains on the railroad network operate on certain types of tracks - such conventions are needed, because otherwise the network cannot work effectively. Likewise, roads are designed to fit vehicles that match some kind of pattern - strong vehicles of a certain size range that move within a certain range of speeds that make sense. Computers in the network also have conventions, and we usually call this convention 'protocol'. Cineam

There are many types of computer networks that are popular today. By far the most conventional is a network called 'Apa Itu Internet' which physically connects computers together at home, school and office. However, WiFi is becoming increasingly popular for connecting devices together so that cables are not needed at all. When you are connected to the Internet, you use network technology, but things are usually much more confusing. There is an exact phrase, "Rome is not built in a day" because there is no internet. The only reason the Internet can appear so fast and cheaply for people is because other types of networks already exist throughout the world - telephone networks!

Pre-existence telephone networks provide media for ordinary computers in ordinary people's homes to be connected to high-tech military networks and research that has been developed in previous years. It only requires some mastery of technology in the form of a 'modem'. Digopedia Modems allow telephone lines to be converted into mini-network connections between homes and specialized companies (ISPs) that are already connected to the Internet. This is like a bridge that connects road networks on the island and land - a network of roads together, because of the special type of connection between them.

A fast internet connection through '(A) DSL' and 'Cable' is actually no different from a telephone line connection - there is still a merging process that occurs behind the scenes. As Arthur C. Apa Itu Internet, Clarke once said, 'any technology that is quite sophisticated cannot be distinguished from magic'.


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