A guide to surfing the World Wide Web with Microsoft Internet Explorer 4. It was written with version 4.1 of the software with Windows 95 and 98. The book explains: the Internet and how the World Wide Web fits into the general scenario; how to go about getting and Internet connection of your own; how to download and install the various versions of Microsoft Internet Explorer browsing software that are available; how to use Internet Explorer to surf the Web, to find and maintain lists of useful sites, how to save pictures, and how to print out Web pages; how to use Outlook Express for all your e-mail and news reading needs; how to find your way through the thousands of newsgroups that have proliferated on the Internet; how to steer clear of some of the Internet's more peculiar users. A glossary of Web and general computer terms is included, along with appendices of keyboard shortcut commands and the most common file formats used on the Internet.
Table of Contents
The Internet; Internet exploring; basic program features; more skills and features; where shall we go today? favourites and channels; e-mail with Outlook Express; news with Outlook Express; behaviour on the Internet. Glossary of terms. Appendices: keyboard shortcuts; Internet file formats.