• Submitted By: ORIBA
  • Date Submitted: 04/17/2014 11:27 AM
  • Category: Religion
  • Words: 308
  • Page: 2

Internet :
The large system of many cnnected computers around the world which people used to communicate to each other is called internet. If the net is spread through cables than it is known as cable net. In the fast growing world of communication, internet comparitevely a new entrant, but is has brought about a great revolution in the field of communication. In a very short period of time it has linked togather the whole world.
Now through internet almost all of the computers of the world are interconnected with one another.

Advantages or Uses of Internet :
Internet is replete with countless advantages. Internet or cable net is an international network connecting other network of computers from companions, universities and other institutions in order to quick exchange of information. It has made possible man's access to countless web-sites, informative programmes, scientific discoveries and much more. We are living in the age of computers and computers are being used every where, and in every field of life,
The devolopment of computer programming and computer technology has given us the cheap and quick exchange of information and communication.

The few advantages or uses of internet can be described as following :

i) It gives information about every field of life. It provides every type of information and features of life or necessary utilities. We may get information according to our need through internet.

ii) We may take advantages from encyclopedias and dictionaries with the help of internet.

iii) It gives a coordination with the whole world and its intrests. Internet brings the world closer.

iv) It helps to exchange the views with the persons of same mental attitudes.

v) Through internet a student can contact great libraries and scholars, a doctorcan learn about advancement in medicines and surgery, a job-seeker can obsorve job-advertisements and an ambitious person can find his life partner...

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