History of the Internet began in 1969 when the United States Department of Defense, U.S. Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) has decided to conduct research on how to connect a number of computer network so that the organic form. This research program known as ARPANET. In the 1970, already more than 10 computers that successfully connected to one another so that they can communicate with each other and form a network.
1972, Roy Tomlinson successfully improved the e-mail program that he created a year ago for the ARPANET. E-mail program is so easy to be so direct popular. In the same year, @ icon is also introduced as an important symbol that shows the "at" or "on." In 1973, ARPANET computer network began to be developed outside the United States. Computer University College in London is the first computer that is outside the United States to become a member of the Arpanet network. In the same year, two computer experts that Vinton Cerf and Bob Kahn presented the idea that a larger, which is the embryo of the Internet in mind. The idea is presented for the first time at the University of Sussex.
Today is a historic date of the next 26 March 1976, when the Queen of England successfully send e-mail from the Royal Signals and Radar Establishment at Malvern. A year later, already more than 100 computers that join the ARPANET established a network or the network. In 1979, Tom Truscott, Jim Ellis and Steve Bellovin, create newsgroups first name USENET. In 1981 France Telecom creates slap phone launched with the first television, where people can call each other while dealing with a video link.
Because computer networks that make up the days more and more, it needed a formal protocol that is recognized by all networks. In 1982 established Transmission Control Protocol, or TCP and Internet Protocol or IP is all we know. Meanwhile in Europe appear to match the computer network known as the Eunet, which provides computer network services in the countries of the Netherlands, England, Denmark and Sweden. Eunet network provides e-mail and USENET newsgroup.
Uniform to address the existing computer network, then in 1984 introduced the domain name system, now we know the DNS or Domain Name System. Computers that are connected with a network that already have more than 1000 computers. In 1987 the number of computers connected to the network jumped 10 times to be 10,000 more.
1988, Finland's Jarko Oikarinen find and introduce IRC or Internet Relay Chat. A year later, the number of interconnected computers that again jumped 10 times in a year. Not less than 100,000 now established a computer network. 1990 is the year's most historic, when Tim Berners Lee to find the program editor and a browser that can roam between a computer and other computers, which form the network. This is a program called www, or the Worl Wide Web.
In 1992, computers that are connected each other form the network already exceeded a million computers, and in the same year term appears surf the internet. In 1994, the site has grown into the Internet address of the page 3000, and for the first time virtual-shopping or e-retail appear on the internet. Directly change the world. In the same year Yahoo! established, which is also at the same time the birth of Netscape Navigator 1.0.