How to use the Internet

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Que, Sep 1, 2002 - Computers - 255 pages
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Millions of people use the Internet to learn, work, shop, and play. How to Use the Internet, 8th Edition is the complete step-by-step and visual solution to learning how to get connected and use the Internet quickly and easily for new and inexperienced users. It serves as a visual step-by-step guide that quickly and easily points them in the right direction: how to choose the best online connection, how to use the built-in Internet tools, and how to expand their knowledge and abilities using the World Wide Web. This book covers such topics as setting up a high-speed Internet connection, communicating with e-mail, protecting the computer from viruses, and listening to audio and viewing video over the

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Getting Connected for the First Time
Set Up an Internet Connection
Browsing the World Wide Web

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About the author (2002)

Rogers Cadenhead is a writer, computer programmer, and Web developer who has written numerous books on Internet-related topics including the best selling "Teach Yourself Java in 21 Days," He is an application developer and he maintains the Cruel Site of the Day and several other popular Internet sites that receive more than 7 million visits a year.

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