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More than 50,000 Windows Programs downloaded every day!


In our Internet Software section you can find all kinds of programs that connect you to the Web: some of the best internet browsers like Google Chrome or Ultrasurf, streaming software or download managers! Want to download music? We’ve got programs that cover that too!

  • ZamTalk


    A chat, IM and chat room program.

    Free Chat and Messengers
    Rocky Bytes Score ZamTalk is Acceptable
  • Paltalk


    A chat and messenger program where you can make new friends.

    Free Chat and Messengers
    Rocky Bytes Score Paltalk is Acceptable
  • Flashget


    A Bittorrent client with a great looking and intuitive interface

    Free Download Managers
    Rocky Bytes Score Flashget is Good!
  • Slack


    More than just a messenger service, ideal for workplace teams.

    Free Chat and Messengers
    Rocky Bytes Score Slack is Great!
  • Inky


    A useful tool to arrange all your emails in one place.

    Free E-Mail Tools
    Rocky Bytes Score Inky is Good!
  • Join.me


    A useful tool for up to 10 people to hold a meeting no matter where in the world you are.

    Free Trial Chat and Messengers
    Rocky Bytes Score Join.me is Good!
  • New Internet
  • WhatsApp


    An instant messaging application originally made for smartphones that now is available to chat from your PC.

    Free Chat and Messengers
    Rocky Bytes Score WhatsApp is Great!
  • UltraSurf


    Browse the web anonymously and safely with UltraSurf.

    Free Browser Plugins
    Rocky Bytes Score UltraSurf is It Rocks!
  • Frostwire


    Get access to your favorite files with one of the most popular BitTorrent clients in Frostwire

    Free P2P Software
    Rocky Bytes Score Frostwire is It Rocks!
  • Internet Download Manager

    Internet Download Manager

    Increase your download performance and efficiency with Internet Download Manager.

    Free Demo Download Managers
    Rocky Bytes Score Internet Download Manager is It Rocks!
  • aTube Catcher

    aTube Catcher

    aTube Catcher is one of the most complete tools for downloading videos from YouTube and converting them into other formats.

    Free Download Managers
    Rocky Bytes Score aTube Catcher is It Rocks!
  • Avant Browser

    Avant Browser

    An alternative to Mozilla Firefox and Internet Explorer based on the same engine.

    Free Browsers
    Rocky Bytes Score Avant Browser is It Rocks!
  • Internet Updates

Best Internet Downloads

  • Zona


    Watch HD movies, TV shows, series, and sports for free with Zona.

    Streaming Software
    Rocky Bytes Score
    Zona is It Rocks!
    Total Downloads
  • Popcorn Time

    Popcorn Time

    Watch up to date free movies instantly with Popcorn Time.

    Streaming Software
    Rocky Bytes Score
    Popcorn Time is It Rocks!
    Total Downloads
  • Google Chrome

    Google Chrome

    Google Chrome has a minimalistic design combined with an innovative architecture maximizing functionality and simplicity.

    Rocky Bytes Score
    Google Chrome is It Rocks!
    Total Downloads
  • Telegram


    A great messenger and chat application for your Windows PC.

    Chat and Messengers
    Rocky Bytes Score
    Telegram is It Rocks!
    Total Downloads
  • Ares Mod

    Ares Mod

    A faster, better version of Ares for your Windows PC.

    P2P Software
    Rocky Bytes Score
    Ares Mod is It Rocks!
    Total Downloads

What is internet?

A word that doesn’t exist since 1883 and was used as a word to describe interconnected motions. Nowadays, the phrase The Internet is used to describe the network of millions of interconnected computer networks forming part of a global system that uses the Internet Protocol suite networking model to communicate to billion devices in the world.

Internet origin

And what’s the origin of Internet? The origins of the Internet date back to over forty years ago as a research project on packet-switched networks. In 1969, during the Cold War, the U.S. Department of Defense concluded that their communications system was vulnerable because it was based on the telephone communication (Public Switched Telephone Network , PSTN), a technology called circuit switching, a connection between calling and called which provides unique and limited number links between major nodes or central. This kind of communication, threatened the risk of having an isolated segment of the country if there were ever a military attack on those communications.


Alternatively, the Department of Defense, through its agency of Advanced Research (ARPA), decidedly encouraged the study of computer networks through student grants and grants to private companies. This investigation led to an experimental network of four nodes, which began in December 1969, was called ARPAnet. The central idea of this network was to get the information to reach its destination if part of the network was destroyed.


Years later the Department of Defense decide to use TCP/IP Protocol for ARPAnet netwotk, which provides an independent system to exchange the data between computers and local network of different origin. The name underwent some more changes, such as: Federal Research Internet, TCP / IP Internet and finally Internet.

The difference between the Internet and World Wide Web.

Nope, it’s not the same. The Web is one of the ways that information is distributed, it started with very simple pages and now is further developed that we can even find dating websites!


The Web is only a portion of the Internet. The Internet is much more, is used for communications on instant messaging, FTP software, social network, etc.