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I recently took a workshop on how to use the Internet I thought that writing an essay onhow to use the Internet would help me to remember what I learned and already knewWhen you go on the Internet you may have a specific destination in mindor you may wish to browse through the Web the way you would browse through a libraryor a book looking for topics or things that interest you This browsing is often calledSurfing the Net There are several ways to get around on the Web 1 Using Web addresses To get to a special destination such as thesearch engine Yahoo youll type in its Internet address eg wwwyahoocom in thespace provided on the Web browser This space looks like a long narrow box at the top ofyour computer screen Web addresses sometimes referred to as uniform resourcelocators URL begin with http which stands for hypertext transfer protocol After youtype in the Web address it may take awhile for the sites home page to appear on thescreen especially if it includes numerous pictures Once it does youll probably seeseveral choices you can click your mouse on to take you further into the site If you typein an address incorrectly or too many people are trying to use a site at once youll get anerror message on your computer screen eg just try again 2 How to follow links you may find on various web pages Many sitesinclude hypertext links to other sites with related content When you click on one ofthese highlighted areas your computer will connect to another Web site without yourhaving to know or type its address 3 How to use different types of search engines Search engines areprograms that you can select from your Web browser to let you to search the Internet bykeywords or topics Lets say you want to know more about
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