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- Internet with a capital "I" refers to the entire Internet (meaning the biggest collection of networks on the planet) .
- Internet with a lowercase "i" refers to any group of networks
that are connected together. Internet with a lowercase "i" can also
be used as an adjective to refer to things related to the Internet
(uppcase "I" ) or a private network - internet with a lowercase
- Intranet refers to a single inter-connected network within one
organization that uses HTTP/Web technologies for the sharing of
information internally. In other words you could string together
intranets to make your own private internet. You could then
conceivably connect your internet to the Internet.
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Internet with capital 'I' refers to the Internet as in the world wide web, and what most people think of when you say internet. Internet with a lowercase 'i' refers to a bu…nch of small LANS connected together to form some kind of host-to-host packet delivery service. So basically Internet capital I refers to inter-networking at the global level. Whereas internet with a lowercase 'i' refers to it on a much smaller level.
none. there is only 1 internet.. There are different websites/URL's within the internet.
do u mean internet vs. intranet? internet is the name given to the millions of connected devices (no longer just pcs). intranet is an internal form of the internet which a…llows organisations share information around the company. So basically is a smaller; usually company wide system of connected machines, which allows the easy retrival / submission of data.
Absolutely nothing, it's the same thing, only one has a capital letter.
A capital I. Important - In most Style books for proper writing,capitalization, for example, the proper way to write it is "TheInternet" or "Internet". In informal use, su…ch as in personal e-mails, most people just typeit without the capital "I". However, in school work, the wordshould still be capital, "Internet". The Internet, with a capital "I," refers to the network that began its life as the ARPAnet and continues today as, roughly, the confederation of all TCP/IP networks directly or indirectly connected to commercial U.S. backbones. Seen up close, it's actually quite a few different networks-commercial TCP/IP backbones, corporate and U.S. government TCP/IP networks, and TCP/IP networks in other countries-interconnected by high-speed digital circuits. A lowercase internet , on the other hand, is simply any network made up of multiple smaller networks using the same internetworking protocols. An internet (little "i") isn't necessarily connected to the Internet (big "I"), nor does it necessarily use TCP/IP as its internetworking protocol. There are isolated corporate internets, for example. An intranet is really just a TCP/IP-based "little i" internet, used to emphasize the use of technologies developed and introduced on the Internet on a company's internal corporate network .
There is no difference. "Internet" used to be a proper noun when it first came out, but it is now appropriate to call it the "internet".
Well, its easy. You're first option doesn't start off with a capital i, while you're 2nd option does have that capital i. ----------- nah, no kidding. I think the ques…tion was spelled wrong. I think you mean the difference between Internet and Intranet? intranet = usually the (local area) network within an office/ at home internet = world wide web ----------- This is a real question, and not mistyped... the two answers previous are incorrect. "internet" (not capitalized, common noun): A word that describes a set of networks that cooperate together; two companies that connect networks together would call this configuration an internet (an intranet, by comparison, would service only one company). "Internet" (capitalized, proper noun): The collection of networks that cooperate to provide services to the entire world, also known as the World Wide Web. It is capitalized to denote that it names a specific set of cooperating networks, known as "The Internet." It is usually reached by bridging into the Internet from an internet or intranet.
Gramatically speaking there is no "internet" there is a "Internet" (proper noun).
I think you mean Intranet and Internet.This is the world-wide networkof computers accessible to anyone who knows their Internet Protocol (IP) address - the IP address is a uni…que set of numbers (such as 22.214.171.124) that defines the computer's location. This is a network that is not available to the world outside of the Intranet. If the Intranet network is connected to the Internet, the Intranet will reside behind a firewall and, if it allows access from the Internet, will be an Extranet.
I don't understand the nature of this question however the only difference is that the first letter is not capitalized.
The internet ? An internet? To be exact in the answer. There is no difference. However, in grammar we use 'an' if a noun begins with a vowel sound. A…nd If a common or collective noun is singular than we use article a or an before it. Generally we use 'the' before a familiar thing or such common or collective noun which has been mentioned earlier. E.g. There was a lion. The lion was very hungry. (otherwise there are 20-26 rules for using 'the')
they both are the same its just that internet explorer is to explore soething in Internet... that's all...
The difference between the Internet itself and Internet Explorer is the fact that Internet Explorer is a "browser" as we call it used to search multiple images, websites a…nd other functions. The Internet isn't only (what is seen in) the browser, it also includes every computer connected to it. the Internet can include wi-fi, as Internet Explorer can only be used to grab information on wi-fi, such as how to connect to wi-fi, or how to access public wi-fi.
Internet two is more high tech than internet one
The Capital I
An URL is label which refers to a website. Internet is a network of computernetworks.
a capitol i