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Process Paper How to get on the net The Internet is a very important tool for communicating learning and just surfing To utilize the capabilities of the Net one must have a phone line a computer with a modem and an Internet Service Provider ISP Computers can usually be found at any electronic store The store should also have information on how a local ISP can be found The Internet Service Provider that you find will give you the essential software needed to connect to the Internet Once the software is successfully installed make sure a phone line is hooked up with the computers modem You can do this buy running phone wire from the nearest phone jack to the back of your computer A modem slot can be found in the back of you computer and it will usually have Modem written above it Once the phone line is hooked up you can enter your computer and start up your web browser Your web browser icon should say Internet Explorer Netscape or The Internet Once you have located the icon double click it click twice with the primary mouse button This should bring up a Dial-up Networking window with username and password spaces Type in the username and password that your ISP gave you As soon as all the data is entered click the Connect button at the bottom of the window It should take about one minute before a window pops up with a timer telling you how long you have been connected This is important so if you have a limited number of hours for the month you can manage your time connected to the Internet Now that you are connected it is possible to take advantage of the Internets capabilities You should start off by going to a search engine yahoocom lycos com altavistacom hotbotcom and many
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