Internet Explorer Construction Kit For Dummies

From the Back Cover
Personalize your browser or build one just for your business
Create a G-rated browser for your kids or one geared toward your hobbies

Think you can build a better browser than those big guys? Go for it! You don’t need a degree in programming, just these easy-to-follow instructions and the tools on the CD-ROM. Make your browser reflect your personality, get rid of things that slow you down, keep the kids from browsing off-limits, and more!

Discover How To:
* Customize toolbars, status bars, and menus
*Personalize the look with graphics and skins
*Create a special-topic browser
*Limit access to protect children online
*Track online time and sites visited

About the Author
Award-winning author Clayton Walnum has been writing about computers since the early ’80s. During that time, he’s published nearly 60 books and hundreds of articles and reviews. He’s also published fiction, humor, and interviews. Clay has a degree in Computer Science and is the former editor of two nationally distributed Atari computer magazines, ANALOG and ST-Log.

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Synopsis
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Understand how a computer works, including the basics of I/O, processing, software, and storage
Unpack it, set it up, and plug in all the gizmos
Kick around on the desktop and fire up the printer
Open up the console and poke around the insides
Mind your monitor, mouse, modem, memory, and more
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Ten common beginner’s mistakes
Ten tips from a PC guru
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Updates on the latest in hardware and software
Ten things worth buying for your PC
Beginners or seasoned users, show your PC who’s boss with PCs for Dummies 10th Edition. It’s the fun and easy way® to get started!