Thursday, August 25, 2011

Internet Explorer App Crash Fix

The main function of a Web browser is to allow you to quickly and efficiently search the Internet for the content and information you are looking for. Unless you know the exact address of the Web site you want to visit, chances are that you will have to search to find it. Apple's Safari Web browser offers users a simple and reliable interface in which to browse the Internet, allowing them to spend less time searching the Internet, and more time enjoying it.


Search the Internet with Safari

Open up your Safari Web browser.

Click on the Google search box in the top right-hand corner of your browser.

Type in a word or phrase that best describes what you are looking for.

Press the 'Return' button.

Search through the results for links to Web pages that seem appropriate to your search.

Click on a link in order to view the page.

Go to the next results page (if you do not find a link that seems appropriate) by clicking on the 'Next' button at the bottom of the page.

Modify your search terms and repeat the search process until you find the type of information you are looking for.

Click on the magnifying glass icon in the Google search box in order to view a list of your previous searches. Click on any searches you wish to revisit.

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