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Internet 101
By Richard Rost   Richard Rost on Twitter Richard Rost on LinkedIn Email Richard Rost   14 years ago

In this first course, Internet 101, we teach you all about how the Internet works. You will learn how to use Microsoft Internet Explorer to browse the Web. You'll learn how to search for information online, how to download files, and how to bookmark your favorite sites.

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6 years ago
i Need for this kind of tutorials alot
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guy perreault 
8 years ago
I am very impressed with the clarity of your course.

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9 years ago
how do I make the video full screen

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That all depends on how you're watching it. If you're watching online in the Theater (which I recommend) there's a FULL SCREEN button in the bottom right corner of the video window. If you're using the offline player then it's up to whatever video software you're using. Read More...
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A Lucas 
10 years ago
I was a slow learner, not anymore.
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10 years ago
what is virus? and how to check?
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Richard Rost 
12 years ago
Omar, if Windows Media Video is not working for you, my suggestion is to download and install the latest version of the Windows Media Player. I have four different machines here running different operating systems (Windows Vista, XP, and 2000) and they all play the WMV videos just fine - but they all have the most up-to-date players.
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 Omar Terrazas 
12 years ago
I can't see any of my courses using the regular Windows Media setting. Only Flash option works. Why ? How can I run the videos using Windows media or another player (ie: DivX)
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Richard Rost 
13 years ago
Susan, you're right - some things like Newsgroups used to be better "back in the old days" of the Internet. If you HAD access to the Internet via school or work, it was free or low cost. However if you didn't have access, it was EXPENSIVE to get connected!
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Susan Sheldon 
13 years ago
Not true. When it was just text as it was when I first started using it, we could get to Newsgroups better and without cost. In fact there are many reasons I liked it better.
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Adelaide Smith 
13 years ago
This is an awesome course.  I've been looking for something like this for so long.  I've spent many dollars and lost many strands of hair.  Well done!!!
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