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If you look in the computer section in a bookstore, you will see a number of books on how to use the Internet. Many of these books are filled with technical jargon and loaded with acronyms such as TCP/IP, SLIP, PPP, http, DNS, VT100, and X.400. The size of the books and the large number of abbreviations suggest that learning to use the Internet is a complicated process. Not so. Learning to use the Internet is not very difficult if you have a little guidance. On the other hand, learning to use the Internet can be difficult if you limit yourself to a trial-and-error approach.
The goal of the authors is to show you how to access and use some of the Internet's more common features. You will not be an Internet expert. Instead you will have just enough knowledge to get started.
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