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Microsoft Windows Vista On Demand by Steve Johnson - Perspection, Inc.

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Browsing the Web

A Web address (also known as a URL, which stands for Uniform Resource Locator) is a unique place on the Internet where you can locate a Web page. With Internet Explorer, you can browse sites on the Web with ease by entering a Web address or by clicking a link. Each method is better at different times. For example, you might type an address in the Address bar to start your session. Then you might click a link on that Web page to access a new site. As you open Web sites, Internet Explorer creates separate tabs for each one, so you can view multiple Web sites in a single window. When you type an Internet address in the Address bar, Internet Explorer tries to find a recently visited page that matches what you’ve typed so far. If ...

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