I got onto the Internet in the early 90s. Yes, I really am that old. The interesting thing is that though there was the Internet at that point of time too, there was no HTML, and as a consequence there was no browser of the type that we have today. Most of what we would do, in terms of access and communication was done with text, and not with rich media.
That is where things have improved for the better, and amazingly so. Once Netscape came up with its Navigator that would access HTML site, the world just changed. Of course, that was still the mid 90s. Today we have traveled much further ahead. Given lower bandwidth pricing, lower storage pricing, and other such advances, today we can access rich media on our computers with great ease.
Of course when the great explosion of the Internet media files was upon us, we also faced the requirement of some assistance to help us get there. For instance, suppose you want to download free movies, where do you turn to? Sure the Googles of the world are doing a good job of indexing online resources. But do you not wish that there were some way in which you could have a specialized free downloads directory?
If you do, you do not have to look any further. Just follow the links that we just gave you and you will be taken to some of the premium, top-of-the-line sites to help you download movies, TV shows, software, games, and much more. These links take you to the "General" files group of sites. As a user for the past couple of years, I have found that these sites are one of the most friendly in terms of intuitively reach your desired downloadable file.
So, the next time you are seeking a download, you know where to go to.
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