Mosaic for Windows: A Hands-On Configuration and Set-Up Guide to Popular Web Browsers

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Springer Science & Business Media, Jun 16, 1995 - Computers - 177 pages
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Mosaic for Windows is an informative book on how to use the most popular Internet navigation tool ever developed. By focussing on the PC Windows version of Mosaic (NCSA, AIR Mosaic, and Spyglass), including Web browsers like NetScape, WinWeb and WebSurfer, this book will provide an easy-to-follow guide to using a PC and Mosaic to browse, collect, and discover information and resources across the entire electronic world.
 

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Contents

Getting Started
5
Mosaic Web Browsers A Summary
29
The Access Provider
57
Modems and ISDN Adapters
69
Venturing onto the Net
79
Gopher The Worldwide Internet Encyclopedia
95
Files on the Net
111
OnLine Magazines Journals and Books
123
Art Games Music and More
143
Serious Productivity
161
Closing Considerations
173
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