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Q1:I've clicked the Windows XP Internet icon, but I don't see Web pages. What do I have to do to get on the Internet?
A1: Do you have Internet access from Microsoft Network or from another Internet service provider? Generally, unless you work for a company that offers Internet access to its employees, you must sign up for Internet access, get the access phone number, pay a monthly fee, and set up your browser to access that provider.
Q2:How do I know whether I'm viewing a Web page from the memory buffer or from the actual site?
A2: If the page appears almost instantly after you enter the address, the chances are great that you are looking at the page from your browser's memory called the buffer. In most cases, the memory's page will match the actual Web site. Nevertheless, if you want to make sure that you're viewing the latest and greatest version of the Web page, click the Refresh toolbar button or press F5. Refresh forces Internet Explorer to reload the page from the actual site's address.


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