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Chapter 53. Internet Explorer > Your Favorite Web Sites

Your Favorite Web Sites

In addition to setting your home page, you can add as many “favorite” pages as you like. This is a very powerful feature that all Web browsers share, though only Explorer actually calls them Favorites. It means the browser remembers Web addresses for you, so you don't have to worry about it. Just add a site to your Favorites and you can go back there whenever you like.

You can add Web addresses either to the main part of your Favorites menu or to a folder inside it. It's fast and easy to add a site to the main part, but if you do it a lot you'll soon be overwhelmed. That's why it makes sense to set up subject folders within your Favorites such as news, music, or sports.


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