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 User Guide to Internet Explorer

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PostSubject: User Guide to Internet Explorer   Sun Nov 06, 2011 11:31 pm

Internet Explorer is a series of web browsers developed by Windows. This browser is built in with all Windows operating systems and thus means it is a highly used web browser. Although with the increasing availability of other browsers the use of Internet Explorer has taken a fall.

Internet Explorer Features
Like a Star @ heaven Tabbed Browsing - Allows multiple tabs to be used when using the browser
Like a Star @ heaven Speed - Recent performance enhancements
Like a Star @ heaven Notification bar - A bar at the bottom of the browser will appear when a notification is being displayed
Like a Star @ heaven Secure - One of the most secure browsers out there


1 - Back/Forward: Navigate through your browsing history with these buttons
2 - URL Bar: Enter a web URL or word and the browser will direct you to the appropriate page
3 - Refresh: Reload the current web page
4 - Stop: Stop all the processes of the web page you are on
5 - Tab: The current open tabs in your browsing session
6 - New Tab: Create a new blank tab
7 - Home: Go to your home page
8 - Favourites: See your bookmarks and favourite pages
9 - Settings: View the settings of the browser

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