Tuesday, August 26, 2008

Browsing the web with Deepnet Explorer

Finding the web pages you want
To start browsing the web type a website address into the browser address bar, or click on any link on your home page.
Setting multiple start up pages
If you check more than one website whenever you start up your browser, you can save yourself some time by setting up multiple start up pages. Deepnet Explorer automatically opens the page you select whenever you launch the browser.
To open multiple pages whenever you start Deepnet Explorer navigate to the page you want to view on startup. Click Favorites > Add to Start Pages from the browser menu then click Yes to confirm you would like to add the page. When you next open your browser the page will display automatically.
To remove a page from the start pages click Favorites > Organize Favorites > Start Pages. Highlight the page not required then click the Delete to the left.
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Monday, August 18, 2008

System Requirements

Operating Systems Supported
>Windows 98
>Windows NT, Internet Explorer 4.0 or higher, Service Pack 4 and above
>Windows 2000
>Windows Millennium Edition
>Windows XP
Disk Space
>10 megabytes of free disk space for the Deepnet Explorer program and its support files
>As much free disk space as necessary to save downloaded files
>Space for your shared files, if any
>64 megabytes minimum
>A 166MHz Pentium class CPU or higher is required
>You must have an Internet connection to search, download, and share files on the Internet.
>If you are behind a firewall, or your Internet Service Provider does not allow your computer to receive incoming connections, you may experience problems sharing your files, and you may not be able to download files from other users who are also behind firewalls.
>Deepnet Explorer also works on a local area network, provided you have at least two computers with connected networking hardware. To operate in this mode, it is necessary to know the IP address of the computer on your local area network you wish to connect to.
>You are not required to share files to use Deepnet Explorer.
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