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Summary

This hour introduced you to the Internet, a vast collection of interrelated computers all around the world. You can browse the Internet as long as you have access through an Internet Service Provider. Although Internet information appears in many forms, the most useful information often appears on Web pages that contain text, graphics, sound, and video.

Windows supports the Internet Explorer Web browser with which you can view Web pages. Internet Explorer includes searching tools as well as a history system that keeps track of recent Web pages. Not only can you view Web pages with Internet Explorer, but you can also view other kinds of files on your computer. As the Internet becomes better organized and as Internet access becomes faster and cheaper, you will make the Web browser a greater part of your daily computing routine. One day, you might find that you do most of your work with Web browsing software such as Internet Explorer.


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