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What is a Java-enabled browser? In what manner is it better than
conventional graphical browsers?
22. Explain how the following features are supported by a Java-enabled browser:
(a) Dynamic content,
(b) Dynamic data types, and
(c) Dynamic protocols.
23. What is an Internet search engine? What are the three major elements of an
Internet search engine? Explaii the roles of these elements.
24. What are the major categories in which Internet search engines are normally
categorized? Describe thi features of each of these categories of Internet search
Name three popular Internet search engines. Describe some of their key
26. Describe some of the typical uses of the Internet.
27. Write short notes on: (a) Electronic mail
(c) Telnet service
(b) File transfer protocol
(d) Usenet news
28. Write short notes on: (a) Internet search tools
(b) WWW browsers
(c) Uses of the Internet
29. Write short notes on:
(b) Internet surfing
(d) Ways to get connected to the Internet
(e) Internet search engines
List out three different ways in which a user can get his/her computer
connected to the Internet. List out t relative advantages and limitations of the three
31. What is leased line connectivity? For what type of users is it normally used?
What is an Internet Service Provider (ISP)? How does it provide Internet
connectivity to the users?
Differentiate between the method of remote dial-up connection and
SLIP/PPP connection of getting connected to the Internet. List out their relative
advantages and limitations.
34. Write short notes on:
(a) Leased-line connectivity
(c) SLIP/PPP connectivity
(d) Commercial online services
35. What is IPV6? Why has it been developed and proposed?
List out some of the main limitations of the current Internet Protocol.
Explain how the newly proposed Internet Protocol takes care of these limitations.
37. List out the main features of IPV6.
38. What is an In...
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