21 Things Anybody Under 16 Won’t Believe About How We Used The Internet

Internet Installation

The internet never used to be something that was inclusive to every newly made computer. Often, these capabilities would need to be installed onto the hard drive via a CD-ROM, which would only happen after purchasing it separately. The world was not as dependent on the internet as it is today, so some people really didn't mind if their new computer wasn't equipped with a web browser. At least the installation CDs were often included in the price of a new computer, but the fact remains that the software needed to be physically loaded onto the machine.

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