The full form of WWWW is World Wide Web Worm .It is one of the premier search engines for the World Wide Web (WWWW). Although some claim it was the first search engine, it was not released until March 1994, when many other search engines were released. It was developed as a research project by Oliver McBryan at the University of Colorado in September 1993.
These parasites generate files from 300,000 multimedia devices which can receive or search content on the WWW. In 1994, we reviewed approximately 110,000 web pages.  Unlike current search engines, WWWW supports regular Perl updates.
The site http://www.cs.colorado.edu/home/mcbryan/WWWW.html is no longer archived. Around 1997, Goto.com purchased the WWWW technology. McBryan said in a 2016 podcast that the WWW is a work in progress, and Excite or Yahoo! This is partly explained by the fact that the school does not have a dedicated IT department .