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Browse the Web and your files with one program

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Why use different programs to browse the Web, your hard disk, and a network? Internet Explorer provides a single place where you can browse anything! That's right, you can switch back and forth between Web pages, files and folders on your computer, network drives, and pages on a corporate intranet—all from the same browser! The buttons on the toolbar change to match the content that you are viewing, and you always have access to Back and Forward buttons so you can get back to where you started. How does it work? If you're surfing the Web and you decide you want to look at a folder on your hard disk, just type the path in the Address bar. Or, if you are looking at files in My Computer and you want to check out a Web page, type the address in the Address bar. Try it!

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