@moxevadonn asked 7 months ago.

How long did it take for the world wide web to reach fifty million users?

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@Benjii answered 7 months ago.

 It took the world wide web about three years to reach fifty million users. It took Facebook six years, Twitter eight years, Instagram eleven years, and Pinterest twelve years.

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@jackyy answered 7 months ago.

In comparison, it took the radio just 38 years to have 50 million owners and the television (something that was deemed as too expensive to really take off as a popular consumer product) as little as 13 years! These technologies truly revolutionised the way we communicate with and viewed the world. Then came the World Wide Web, in 1989.

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@Juliann answered 7 months ago.

four years  How long did it take the internet to reach 50 million users? It took the internet four years to reach 50 million users.
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@Gaurii answered 7 months ago.

These technologies truly revolutionised the way we communicate with and viewed the world. Then came the World Wide Web, in 1989. Invented by English scientist Tim Berners-Lee, the World Wide Web took the world by storm. In a short 4 years, 50 million users were surfing the internet.

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