What happens when I type a URL into the browser?
When you type a URL into your browser, your computer sends a request to the server associated with that URL. The server then responds by sending the web page back to your browser, which displays it for you to view. The exact process can vary depending on the type of browser you are using and the specific details of the request, but that is the general idea. Is there anything specific you would like to know?
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When you type a URL into your browser and hit enter, your computer sends a request to the server associated with that URL using the internet protocol (IP) address associated with the domain name. The server, which is a powerful computer that stores and manages the website's content and files, receives the request and uses it to determine which web page to send back to your browser.
Once the server has found the requested web page, it sends it back to your browser over the internet. Your browser then receives the response and b