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Chapter 6. Connecting to the Internet and Browsing the Web

Chapter 6. Connecting to the Internet and Browsing the Web

Microsoft Windows XP and the Internet were made for each other.

Microsoft Internet Explorer is an integral part of the Windows XP operating system, and all the pieces that you need to connect to your Internet service provider (ISP) are included with Windows. No matter where you go in Windows, the incredible richness of the Web is never more than a click or two away. Thanks to some well-designed wizards, it shouldn’t take more than a minute or two to get a single PC or a home full of computers connected to the Internet. In this chapter, I assume you already know your way around the World Wide Web and can open a Web page. I’ll show you some tricks that can help you keep track of all that information and find your favorite sites when you’re ready to return.


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