Internet: The Complete Reference



McGraw-Hill | 2002-06-06 | ISBN:0072194154 | PDF | 896 pages | 8,4 Mb

Make the most of all the Internet has to offer with help from this comprehensive guide. Learn how to get connected, choose an Internet service provider (ISP) and Web browser, send e-mail, chat, use plug-ins, purchase goods safely, find tons of helpful and fun information online -- even create your own Web page.

Get connected and take full advantage of all the Internet has to offer using this resource written by best-selling computer book author Margaret Levine Young. Whether you use the Internet at home just for fun or in a small office or large organization, you'll find tons of in-depth and useful information on every topic from streamlining your e-mail, fighting junk mail, and downloading files to registering your domain name. Learn how to use Web-based chat services, watch videos, purchase goods safely, transfer files, and create your own Web site using Dreamweaver, FrontPage, and GoLive. Fully updated to reflect recent changes in technology and online trends--including peer-to-peer services and newsgroups--this is an ideal reference for every Internet user. NOTE: due to the large amount of text and graphics, this eBook file is 14 MG. We recommend that you download this eBook using the fastest Internet connection at your disposal, otherwise you may notice a longer downloading time than usual.

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