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Windows Vista™ Step by Step by Joyce Cox, Joan Lambert

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Displaying Web Sites in Internet Explorer 7

Whether or not Internet Explorer 7 is your default browser, you can start it from the Windows Vista Start menu and use it to explore the Web. With all browsers, you navigate to a specific Web site by typing its address, or Uniform Resource Locator (URL), in an address box and then clicking hyperlinks to move to specific Web pages.

In the past, you needed to open your Web browser multiple times if you wanted to view multiple Web pages at the same time. Although you can still do that with Internet Explorer 7, you can also display multiple Web sites on separate tabs within one Internet Explorer program window. Tabbed browsing is convenient because it takes far less time to open a new tab than it does to ...

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