This chapter showed how Windows 98 and the Internet get along. As you saw, they get along just fine, thank you. I began by summarizing what you've learned in previous chapters regarding modems, Dial-Up Networking, and TCP/IP, and then I distilled the information into a procedure for getting Internet access. I also showed you how to use the Internet Connection Wizard to set up both a new and existing Internet account. Other topics in this chapter include the relationship between TCP/IP and Internet security and how to use ftp and Telnet.
One more time, here's a list of chapters that contain all the information you need to get an Internet connection up and running in Windows 98:
For modem setup and configuration, connect to Chapter 26