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From Barnes & NobleThe Barnes & Noble Review
OK, you got Microsoft Internet Explorer 5 for free, and you're using it to bop between web sites well enough. But there's a lot more to IE5 than meets the eye. Invest a few bucks and a few minutes with the Quick Course in Microsoft Explorer 5, and you'll see.
Have you noticed that you can click History to display an alphabetized list of links to the sites you've visited in the past few weeks? Did you know how easy it's become to save web pages, graphics and all, for offline reading? Did you realize you can reorganize the Outlook Express screen so it's easier to read your email? Did you realize you can see more of your pages by pressing F11? Or that you can set IE to start with no home page at all, so you can get working faster? Ever actually used NetMeeting? Say, for instance, to give a PowerPoint presentation over the Web? The Quick Course covers all this, and lots more. You'll find stuff here that'll make you a happier, smarter Internet user. You'll find it fast, and you won't have to read it twice to understand it. This is the manual you wish IE5 came with. — Review by Bill Camarda (Contributing Editor)