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COMPUTER reviewer for JULY

The INTERNET- is a huge network of computers around the world that

allows user to share information and other resources
Web blog or blog online diary publish by user and other people
World Wide Web (WWW) or WEB is a collection of electronic
documents that are link together like a spider
Servers it is where documents are stored on computers.
Web Page is an electronic document written in a computer language
called HTML
- Web page contain texts, graphics, videos animations, and sounds
as well data entry forms and interactive features.
Hypertext Markup Language (HTML) computer language se to make
web pages.
Web Site is a collection of related web pages managed by an individual
or an organization
Web Browser - is a software that allows users to access and view web
- Example of web browser:
o Google Chrome
o Internet Explorer
o Mozilla Firefox
Home page a starting web page. It provides information about the web
sites purpose and content
Browsing or surfing way of exploring the web by clicking on links from
one web page to another
Downloading - is the process of transferring information such as from a
server on the Internet to your computer.
Uploading - process of copying, sending, or transferring files from your
computer to a server.
Uniform Resourced Locator (URL) or Web address is a web page unique
address. It indicates where the web page is stored on the Internet.
http:// (Hypertext Transfer Protocol) - It is a set of rules that
defines how pages transfer
on the web
Hyperlinks are texts and images that allow you to move to other web

Research Engine is a program that finds web sites and web pages.

Directories use in identifying general information

Indexes use in identifying individual pages of a website that match your

Navigation Tools pictures or graphical buttons that direct you to different
pages, making it easier to find the information you need.
Top Level Domain (TLD) an abbreviation identifying the type of
organization that own the site.
The different TLDs and their meanings
TLD Abbreviation Type of Organization

.com - Commercial sites

.edu - Educational institutions
.gov - Government agencies
.mil - Military groups
.net - Major networking centers
.org - non- profit organizations
.int - international organizations
.biz - businesses
.coop - cooperatives
.info - cooperatives
.info - all users
.museum - museums
.aero - aviation industry
.jobs - human resources
.pro - professionals


Country Cc TLD
Australia .au
Brazil .br
China .cn
Denmark .dk
Egypt .eg
France .fr
Philippines .ph
United States .us
United Kingdom .uk

Features of Internet Explorer 7

1. Title Bar shows the title of the web page
2. Back, Forward, and Recent Pages buttons are used to revisit recently
viewed web pages
3. Address bar shows the URL of the web pages
4. Instant search box and search options buttons are used to perform a
keyword web search and to specify the search tool used to perform the search
5. Refresh button requests a fresh copy of the current web page from the web
6. Stop button stops the downloading of a request web page.
7. Favorites Center button opens the favorite center pane, which contain a list
of frequently viewed pages.
8. Add to favorite button is used to add the URL of a frequently viewed web
page to the favorite folders.
9. Quick tab button is used to view multiple open web pages.
10.Tab list button is used to view one web page from a list of open web pages
11.Tab row can accommodate as many as ten tabs, allowing you to open and
view several web pages in one window
12.New tab button is used to open n additional web page in a new tab
13.status bar displays the URL of the link where the mouse pointer is
14.scroll bar appears whenever a web page is too long or too wide to fit in the