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Chapter 15. Browsing and Retrieving from... > Installing the Internet Explorer

Installing the Internet Explorer

The Internet Explorer comes on added value CD-ROMs available from Microsoft, pre-installed on many Windows computers, or can be downloaded for free from the Microsoft Web site. If you have The Microsoft Network or Internet Explorer preinstalled on your computer, you will see an icon on your Windows desktop. Double-click this icon to install MSN or the Internet Explorer. The Microsoft Network is Microsoft's service that connects you to the Internet. There is a monthly subscription fee for its use. Internet access is also available through local Internet Providers (IPs) throughout the United States. You can use the Internet Explorer with any Internet Provider.

You also can get the Internet Explorer through added value CD-ROMs, like the ValuPak, available from Microsoft or by accessing Microsoft's Web site ( http://www.microsoft.com) with any Web browser and downloading the most current version of Internet Explorer. When you download the most current version, you are given the choices of opening or saving the downloaded file. If you are using an older version of Internet Explorer and you want to immediately upgrade, choose that you want to open the upgrade. If you are using a browser other than Internet Explorer, or you want to upgrade at a later time, choose to save the upgrade to a file.


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