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Chapter 26. Establishing a Dial-Up Inter... > Using the Internet Connection Wizard

Using the Internet Connection Wizard

If you can't access the Internet through an office network, look for one of the literally thousands of independent service providers and online services scattered throughout the world that will gladly give you a dial-up account—for the right price, of course. Windows 98 supplies all the software you need to make a fast, reliable Internet connection. All you need to add is a modem or other connecting device.

The first time you open the Internet icon on the desktop, you launch the Internet Connection Wizard (see Figure 26.1). After you run through this initial setup routine, when you click the Internet icon, the Internet Explorer program starts.


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