1990's Computer History

  • World Wide Web

    World Wide Web
    The World Wide Web is an information system on the internet that allows users to access documents, images, and multimedia files through hyperlinks and web browsers. It revolutionized the way people share and access information, and has become an essential part of our daily lives, enabling global communication, e-commerce, and knowledge sharing.
  • Linux OS

    Linux OS
    Linux is a free and open-source operating system based on UNIX. It was developed by Linus Torvalds and has become a popular alternative to proprietary operating systems, offering users more control and customization options.
  • USB

    USB is a standard for connecting peripherals to computers, allowing for data transfer and power supply. It has replaced a variety of earlier interfaces, such as serial and parallel ports, making it easier to connect devices like keyboards, mice, printers, and storage devices.
  • Google Search Engine

    Google Search Engine
    Google is a search engine that uses advanced algorithms and indexing techniques to provide relevant search results to users. Since its inception, Google has become the dominant search engine worldwide, making it easier for people to find and access information on the internet.
  • Apple iMac

    Apple iMac
    The Apple iMac is an all-in-one desktop computer that features a unique design and powerful computing capabilities. The first iMac, introduced in 1998, was notable for its translucent colored plastic casing and its emphasis on simplicity and user-friendliness.