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Chapter 30. Connecting to the Internet & the Web

Your Mac is made for the Internet. Not only does it provide you with tools for easy access, Apple fully expects that you are connected to the Internet and uses this expectation in many ways—OS X automatically tries to connect to the Internet in Sherlock, iDisk, iTunes, QuickTime Player, with Internet Location Files, the Date & Time server, Software Update, a number of icons in the Dock go to the Internet, many Help files get their information from the Internet, and a number of other features depend on the connection.

In this chapter I’ll walk you through getting connected, if you aren’t already, and help you manage your Internet features. If you got yourself all connected with the Internet setup program that ran as soon as you turned on your Mac for the first time, you won’t need this chapter at all unless you want to make changes in settings.


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