Chapter 6. Exploring the Internet
In this section:
What's Where in Internet Explorer?
Finding a Web Page
Going to a Specific Web Page
Returning to Your Favorite Sites
Setting Your Home Page or Pages
Finding Information on the Internet
Reading RSS Feeds
Controlling Pop-Up Windows
Keeping Your Information Private
Transferring Your Settings
Copying Material from a Web Page
Using Accelerators for Quick Actions
Whether you call it the Internet, the Net, or the Web, and whether you use it for business, homework, research, communicating, or shopping, the Web is probably already your window on the world. Your interface with the Web is your Web browser. There are numerous Web browsers available, and the browser that in many places comes with Windows 7 is Microsoft ...