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Chapter 28. Finding, Organizing, and Sav... > Using the Favorites Folder to Organi...

Using the Favorites Folder to Organize Your Favorite Web Sites

If you've used a Web browser before, you're already familiar with the concept of saving pointers to Web sites you visit frequently. Netscape Navigator calls them bookmarks, and prior versions of Internet Explorer saved shortcuts to Web pages in a Favorites folder. Internet Explorer 5.0 (IE5) also lets you collect Internet shortcuts in a Favorites folder, but the user interface for working with Favorites is dramatically different.

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If you had a copy of Netscape Navigator installed when you upgraded to Windows 98, all your Netscape bookmarks are now available in the Favorites folder. This conversion is a one-time process, however; new Navigator bookmarks you create after installing Windows 98 are not saved in the Favorites folder.



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