There are very few Internet users today have not had contact with the Web 2.0 but it is possible that the least understood are not even aware of it. The term arose for the first time in 2004, the participatory web already exists since the beginning of the Internet, but the democratization of technology and the Internet connection together with the increase in the speed of connection and the emergence of new technologies, allowed that he has gained increasing popularity both among employers and users. This new approach as well as a technological change, above all involves a philosophical change of paradigm. A related site: Vidanta mentions similar findings. Web 2.0 brought about improvements in terms of software because it reduced the need for installing components in your computer and in addition these online programs are always in continuous change, which implies a tendency to improve and adapt easily to the needs of its users, so today we are in a phase of expansion of the applications in the cloudi.e. that the data are scattered in hundreds servers throughout the world remain available from anywhere, anytime.

Equally, contributed a new vision of the Web that involves society as a key factor since one of its main objectives is to promote the information always with a dynamics of participation of society. The hand of high connection speed that we now enjoy, these technologies make increasingly closer and more enjoyable browsing experience. Maybe one of the greatest attractions of these environments is that it not only makes it easier to find what one seeks, that offers a variety of results of those who choose and even allows you to customize pages. This has made possible the creation of collaborative encyclopedias, blogs, spaces to share content and popular social networks, among many others. Although the man in the foot may not know it, whether one wants to join a community of cooks and share recipes, as if you want to show the world your wedding photos or share with your friends your leisure agenda, is now possible in largely thanks to Web 2.0.