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Microsoft® Windows® XP Inside Out Deluxe, 9780735618053 by Craig Stinson, Carl Siechert, Ed Bott

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Chapter 16. Advanced Internet Explorer Options

Choosing a Default Web Browser and Java Virtual Machine 503

Customizing the Internet Explorer User Interface 504

Configuring Internet Explorer to Work with Other Programs 509

Using (or Refusing) AutoComplete 510

Managing Your Favorites 513

Blocking Pop-Ups 522

Managing Cookies 525

Searching the Internet 534

Managing the Web Cache 541

Using Internet Explorer as an FTP Client 544

Microsoft Windows XP comes with Microsoft Internet Explorer 6 as its default tool for accessing Web pages from the Internet or a local intranet. Reflecting the range of expertise of Windows users, Internet Explorer can be used with little or no modification by novices, yet also has extensive possibilities for tailoring by expert users. ...

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