The Rough Guide to The Internet is still the ultimate handbook for novices and experts alike. Written in plain English, it covers everything from getting online for the first time to newsfeeds, Internet telephony and advanced tips and tricks guaranteed to turn casual surfers into Net gurus. Whether you need to demystify Internet jargon, update or upgrade your level of security, discover WiFi, networking a the fine art of searching; The Rough Guide to The Internet provides all the essential information from getting online the first time to advanced tips a tricks. Fully updated, this edition features a directory of the web's coolest sites, lowdown on switching to Google Mail a latest crazes including 'Twitter' as well as Skype, blogging, myspace and other social networks and online video. Whether you've never sent an email or you just want to keep up with the latest developments, this book is invaluable for making the most of your time on the Internet. Let The Rough Guide to The Internet open up the Internet world to you.First, a relatively stable and secure operating system, such as Windows 7, XP or 2000, Mac OS X or Linux. Second, an always-on broadband connection. Third, a static IP address. When you use your computer as a server, you have theanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Rough Guide to The Internet|
|Author||:||Peter Buckley, Duncan Clark|
|Publisher||:||Rough Guides UK - 2009-08-01|