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Special Edition Using the Internet,Fourth Edition

by Jerry Honeycutt

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This is the comprehensive guide to exploring the resources and tools available on the world's largest and fastest-growing network! An international bestseller, Special Edition Using the Internet contains everything users need to get connected and get productive online. Bonus PC CD-ROM includes Mosaic, Cello, and other software for getting connected, accessing the World Wide Web, finding Internet sites, and more. Features discounts from leading full-service Internet providers. Covers how the Internet works, how to transfer files and e-mail, how to find someone or something, and how to have fun. Reveals the hottest Internet sites, expert information on Internet security issues, and much more. Covers the Internet for Windows.

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As a revision of a proven bestseller, this complete reference provides makes a clear and thorough presentation of access the Internet with Windows NT. With coverage of FrontPage and Internet Studio as well as detailed instructions on how to use Windows NT as an Internet server platform, this book is an indispensable tool for serious Internet surfers!
  • Covers using Windows built-in tools for connecting to the Internet as well as the best additional tools like Eudora, WS_FTP, and Netscape
  • Provides expert advice on all major Internet services
  • CD-ROM includes over 100 programs that improve on the tools included with Windows 95-saving time and money



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