Will the Internet retain its position in 15 years? What will be its functions? How will sites change? To answer this question, let’s first look at a very recent past – 12 years ago … sellingpix, Shutterstock.com The World Wide Web audience was about 250 million people. Sites were not very colorful collections of texts. The number of illustrations was limited by the bandwidth of the channel and the amount of traffic. Information processing was carried out on sufficiently low-power systems by today’s standards, with a small amount of operational and permanent memory. Servers also left much to be desired … Technical limitations, of course, prevented the full disclosure of the creative potential of web developers. They sometimes so wanted to screw the chip in a bit more fun and more fun, in order to fully realize their Continue reading
When a local area network is connected to the global Internet, one of the PCs, called a server, becomes a kind of conductor and connects to the Internet using a modem or other way, while other computers operate through it, they are also called workstations. Just like any of us has a mailing address where we receive mail letters, each computer is assigned an IP address for functioning in the Internet environment, but usually it has only a computer-explorer directly connected to the Internet.
If the computer is connected through a modem, it usually receives a dynamic address from the service Continue reading