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Windows xp for dummies - Rahbone A.

Rahbone A. Windows xp for dummies - Hungry minds , 2001. - 430 p.
ISBN: 0-7645-0893-8
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Web page: Just as televisions contain bunches of different channels, the World Wide Web contains gazillions of different Web pages. These screens full of information can be set up by anyone: The government displays county meeting schedules; corporations project flashy marketing propaganda; publications display online versions of their works;
Appendix: Glossary 415
and the Cushmans put up a Family Page with pictures of the baby at Disneyland.
window: An on-screen box that contains information for you to look at or work with. Programs run in windows on your screen.
wizard: Helpful Windows program that takes over the chores of program installation and other computing chores.
World Wide Web: Riding atop the Internet’s motley collection of cables, the flashy World Wide Web works as a sort of computerized television, letting you jump from channel to channel by pointing at and clicking the pages. Also known simply as “The Web.”
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