Tim Berners-Read, while it worked like independent consultant in a nuclear research laboratory in 1980, developed an innovating form to store information in a called program Enquire. That work was used more ahead as the base for the development of a system of global hypertext – popularly known like Internet or the World Wide Web. The WWW was developed to increase the facility whereupon the people can interchange information. This became a reality with the introduction of the first WYSWIG (What You see Is What You obtain) of the navigating Web of hypertext that was written by Tim Berners-Read. The advantage of the WWW with respect to the previous systems was that a centralized servant did not need. Briefly, that meant that it was easy to recover, which supposed a great advance in computer science science. The Web and the first Web server were set free to the communities of hypertext in the middle of 1991, after being released in the CERN at the end of 1990.