Getting started with Internet Explorer With an Internet connection and Internet Explorer, you can find and view information about anything on the Web. Just click the topics below to get started. You " ll find more information to help you browse the Internet in the Help Contents. Basic setup If you aren't connected to the Internet, or you want to create a new connection, click this link. Set up an Internet connection Learning about Internet Explorer If you " re new to the Internet or to Internet Explorer, here's the information you need to get started.

Introducing the Internet Explorer Web browser Learning how to browse the Web faster and easier Finding the information you want Finding the information you want on the Internet You can find information on the Web in a variety of ways: Click the Search button on the toolbar to gain access to a number of search providers. Type a word or phrase in the Search box. Type go, find, or? followed by a word or phrase in the Address bar. Internet Explorer starts a search using its predetermined search provider. After you go to a Web page, you can search for specific text on that page by clicking the Edit menu, and then clicking Find (on this page). Note If a Web address doesn't work, Internet Explorer asks if you want to search for similar Web addresses.

You can change this setting so that Internet Explorer searches automatically without prompting. For more information, click Related Topics. Related Topics Finding the information you want on the Internet You can find information on the Web in a variety of ways: Click the Search button on the toolbar to gain access to a number of search providers. Type a word or phrase in the Search box. Type go, find, or? followed by a word or phrase in the Address bar. Internet Explorer starts a search using its predetermined search provider.

After you go to a Web page, you can search for specific text on that page by clicking the Edit menu, and then clicking Find (on this page). Note If a Web address doesn't work, Internet Explorer asks if you want to search for similar Web addresses. You can change this setting so that Internet Explorer searches automatically without prompting. For more information, click Related Topics. Related Topics Finding the information you want on the Internet You can find information on the Web in a variety of ways: Click the Search button on the toolbar to gain access to a number of search providers. Type a word or phrase in the Search box.

Type go, find, or? followed by a word or phrase in the Address bar. Internet Explorer starts a search using its predetermined search provider. After you go to a Web page, you can search for specific text on that page by clicking the Edit menu, and then clicking Find (on this page). Note If a Web address doesn't work, Internet Explorer asks if you want to search for similar Web addresses. You can change this setting so that Internet Explorer searches automatically without prompting.

For more information, click Related Topics. Related Topics Finding the information you want on the Internet You can find information on the Web in a variety of ways: Click the Search button on the toolbar to gain access to a number of search providers. Type a word or phrase in the Search box. Type go, find, or? followed by a word or phrase in the Address bar. Internet Explorer starts a search using its predetermined search provider. After you go to a Web page, you can search for specific text on that page by clicking the Edit menu, and then clicking Find (on this page).

Note If a Web address doesn't work, Internet Explorer asks if you want to search for similar Web addresses. You can change this setting so that Internet Explorer searches automatically without prompting. For more information, click Related Topics. Related Topics.