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Lesson 13. Navigating the Web > Setting Browser Preferences

Setting Browser Preferences

You can browse Internet or intranet pages with Notes, or you can use other browser applications, such as Netscape Navigator, Firefox, or Microsoft Internet Explorer. A major advantage to using Notes as your browser is that Notes automatically stores copies of web pages as documents in a local Notes database called Personal Web Navigator. Then you can view them at any time, even if you are no longer connected to the Web.

When you retrieve web pages and store them locally for offline use, Notes as a web browser may seem slower than other browsers. This is because of the extra time it takes to store each page you visit.



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