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Teach Yourself VISUALLY™ Windows Vista™ by Paul McFedries

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Chapter 10. Surfing the World Wide Web

After you have your Internet connection up and running, you can use Windows Vista's Internet Explorer program to navigate — or surf — the sites of the World Wide Web. This chapter explains the Web and shows you how to navigate from site to site.

Surfing the World Wide Web
  • Understanding the World Wide Web 206

  • Start Internet Explorer 207

  • Navigate Internet Explorer 208

  • Select a Link 209

  • Enter a Web Page Address 210

  • Open a Web Page in a Tab 212

  • Navigate Web Pages 214

  • Navigate with the History List 216

  • Change Your Home Page 218

  • Save Favorite Web Pages 220

  • Search for Sites 222

Understanding the World Wide Web

The World Wide Web — the Web, for short — is ...

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