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3. Components > Internet Explorer

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Internet Explorer — \program files\internet explorer\iexplore.exe

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Start All Programs Internet Explorer

Use the the Internet Explorer icon on the Desktop or on the QuickLaunch toolbar

Internet Explorer (IE) is a full-featured web browser that can be used to navigate the Web, as well as view web content on your local network or hard drive. Web content typically consists of web pages (.html), but can also be images (.gif and .jpg files), FTP sites, or even streaming video or audio.

Navigation in IE is accomplished by clicking hyperlinks in web pages, or by typing addresses in IE's address bar. Frequently visited sites can be "bookmarked" by creating Internet Shortcuts (similar to Windows Shortcuts), stored in your Favorites folder, your Desktop, or anywhere else on your hard disk. Use the Back and Next buttons (Alt-left arrow and Alt-right arrow, respectively) to navigate through the history; use the Stop button (or press Esc) to stop the loading of a page, and use the Refresh button (or press F5) to reload the page.


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