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Subscribing to a Feed

Simply viewing a site’s RSS feed is only marginally useful. To get more out of a feed, you need to subscribe to it, which tells Internet Explorer to check the feed for new content automatically and download that content to your computer, which makes the feed part of what Microsoft calls the RSS Feed Store. (The default update schedule is once per day.) You then have two ways to view the content of your subscribed feeds (see “Reading Feeds,” later in this chapter):

  • Use the Feeds list in the Favorites Center

  • Use the RSS Feeds gadget in Windows Sidebar


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