Feb 192008

This tutorial we will see some very useful tips for Internet explorer these are very useful for daily Internet browsing

Add Favorites with One Keystroke

You can quickly add a Web page to your Favorites folder with a single keystroke. The page is automatically added to your Favorites list without any further input from you.

To add to your Favorites list with one keystroke

• Press CTRL+D.

Move Backward and Forward Between Web Pages More Quickly

In Internet Explorer 6 in Windows XP, you can click the Back and Forward buttons to move back and forth between pages you’ve recently viewed, one page at a time. If you want to go back several pages and forward again more quickly, click the small black arrow next to the Back and Forward buttons to see a list of pages you’ve recently viewed—and then just click the page you want. You can also display this list by right–clicking the Back or Forward buttons.

Save Time and Effort in Typing URL Addresses

With Internet Explorer 6 in Windows XP, typing Web addresses can be a breeze. Here are some tips to make it even easier.

• Type the domain of an address in the Address bar and then press CTRL+ENTER. Internet Explorer 6 automatically adds the http:// and the www. and the .com. For example, click in Address bar and type MSN, and then press CTRL+ENTER. Internet Explorer 6 will go to the address http://www.windowsreference.com.

• Not sure if the site uses a .com extension? Just type the domain of the address, and then press ENTER. Internet Explorer tries to find the site by using the various extensions.

• If you need to edit an address, you can press CTRL+LEFT ARROW and CTRL+RIGHT ARROW to easily move between different parts of the address separated by periods.

Search for Information From the Address Bar in Internet Explorer

You can quickly search for information on the Web using the AutoSearch feature in Internet Explorer 6 in Windows XP. In the Address bar, simply type “go” or “find” or “?” followed by a keyword or phrase, and then press ENTER. Your search results will soon appear.

Note Internet Explorer searches for your word or topic using only one search service. If you don’t find what you need, click the Search button on the toolbar and try using different search services.

Incoming search terms:

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