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Samsung Galaxy Tabs For Dummies by Dan Gookin

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Chapter 7

Web Browsing

In This Chapter

arrow Browsing the web

arrow Adding a bookmark

arrow Working with tabs

arrow Sharing web pages

arrow Downloading images and files

arrow Setting a new home page

arrow Configuring the Internet app

The World Wide Web was designed to be viewed on a computer. The monitor is big and roomy. Web pages are displayed amply, like Uncle Ron on the sofa watching a ballgame. The smaller the screen, the more difficult it is to view web pages designed for those roomy monitors. The web on a smartphone? Tragic. But on a Galaxy Note or a Galaxy Tab?

The Galaxy family of tablets comes in a variety of sizes. Even the smallest cousin sports a screen large enough to make viewing information on the web enjoyable. It's like seeing a younger, thinner version of Uncle Ron sitting on the Hepplewhite. The web on ...

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