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Chapter 8. Browsing the Internet > Getting Started with Internet Explorer

Getting Started with Internet Explorer

To access the Internet, you need a program called a Web browser. Luckily enough, Windows XP includes Internet Explorer, which is a Web browser. You can use Internet Explorer to go to and view Web pages.

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Before you can take advantage of all the benefits of the Internet, you must set up your Internet connection. The specifics of setting this up depend on your type of connection and your provider. Therefore, follow the specific instructions you received from your Internet provider. You can learn more about getting connected in Chapter 5, “Getting Wired for Communication.”



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