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Internet Explorer keeps a copy of websites, images, and media you ve viewed in your browser recently. It also maintains a list of websites you ve visited, whether you arrived at the page by clicking a link or typing an address. This cached information, combined with cookies, saved form data, and saved passwords, can give another person who has access to your computer more information than you might want him to have. To wipe away most of your online trail, click the Delete Browsing History option at the top of the Tools menu. This dialog box, shown in Figure 6-14 on the next page, allows you to clear any individual category of information. Click the Delete All button to erase all information in all categories.
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Figure 6-14 The options in the Delete Browsing History dialog box leave your Favorites and subscribed web feeds intact.
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When is a webpage not exactly a webpage When it s a web feed. Feeds are delivered using the HTTP protocol, but they re put together programmatically, using Extensible Markup Language (XML) and the Really Simple Syndication (RSS) standard. A web feed is basically a well-structured list of items, each with a headline, a body, date and time stamps, and other standard details. The page is designed to be regenerated after new items are posted; the latest feed is downloaded at regular intervals and reconstituted at the receiver s end using any of what seems like a thousand RSS reading tools. Web feeds have become extraordinarily popular, as evidenced by the little RSS icons that dot just about every webpage you re likely to visit these days. Web feeds allow you to avoid having to constantly check a news site or blog to find out if anything new has been posted. When you use Internet Explorer as a feed reader, you can subscribe to an RSS feed and allow the browser to download the feed on a schedule you set up. When a new post appears, the link for that site turns bold and clicking it shows the unread material in your browser window.
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In previous versions of Internet Explorer, you could click a Make This Page Available Of ine option, which exposed a set of additional properties to allow automatic retrieval of webpages. This feature has been completely eliminated in Internet Explorer 7. If you want to read pages of ine, web feeds are by far a better solution.
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To get started with RSS feeds, click the orange RSS icon on any webpage (or look for a link with the label XML, RSS, or Atom, possibly followed by a version number). The Feed button on the Command Bar in Internet Explorer turns from its default gray to a bright orange when it detects the presence of a web feed on the page you re currently viewing. Click that button to display the feed (or choose from a menu of available feeds, if more than one is available)
When you open a feed in Internet Explorer, the browser applies a uniform style sheet to the page, and you see the feed s contents in the browser window, as shown in Figure 6-15.
Figure 6-15 Some RSS feeds contain only brief pointers to longer posts or media files, forcing you to click a link to read or play the associated post.
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To add a new feed to the list in the Favorites Center and tell Internet Explorer to begin monitoring it, click the Subscribe To This Feed link. That action opens the dialog box shown here.
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These settings, which are similar to those you enter when you create a web favorite, allow you to give the feed a descriptive name and, optionally, file it in a subfolder of the Feeds folder. To view all feeds on your subscribed list, open the Feed list in Favorites Center. If Favorites Center is already open, press the Ctrl+J shortcut; if Favorites Center is hidden, press Ctrl+Shift+J. After you add a feed to your list of subscriptions, you can adjust its properties by right-clicking the feed name in the Favorites Center and choosing Properties. Figure 6-16 shows the properties available for you to change.
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