Learning the Internetby L. Joyce Arntson, Thomas Neuburger, Kenn Halliwell, Kathy Berkemeyer, Thomas Neuburger
- Use Netscape Navigator and Internet Explorer, two of the most popular
If you are just beginning to use the Internet and would like to begin exploring the World Wide Web. Instead of just telling you about the Internet and the World Wide Web, though this bookoffers easy-to-follow excercises that actually show you how the Internet works, you will learn how to:
- Use Netscape Navigator and Internet Explorer, two of the most popular World Wide Web browsers available today.
- Enter addresses to get to World Wide Web sites all over the World.
- Organize and save addresses of sites you want to access again.
- Navigate the World Wide Web using hyperlinks.
- Use a variety of search software programs that enable you to find information on a wide range of topics, products, etc.
- Download files and programs from FTP (File Transfer Protocols) sites.
- Compose and send e-mail.
- Understand Internet terms.
This book assumes that you have some general knowledge and experience with computers, and that you already know how to perform the following tasks:
- Use a mouse(double-click, etc.)
- Make your way around Microsft Windows 3.1 and /or Windows 95 (copy, paste, print, etc.).
- Install and run programs.
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