Quick Reminder: WebSurfer is a client application for the World Wide Web, a graphical way of browsing through many kinds of Internet information sources.
WebSurfer displays the Preferences dialog.
Figure 14.22: Getting to WebSurfer Preferences.
Figure 14.23: Preferences dialog.
Figure 14.24: WebSurfer Go To Document window.
Figure 14.25: GNN Subscriber Information Web page.
NOTE: The hotlist is a list of places to which you have saved pointers, in case you might want to return to certain Web sites later. WebSurfer comes preloaded with a pointer to the NetManage Web server.
WebSurfer adds www.gnn.com to your Hotlist.
Figure 14.26: Getting to Add To Hotlist.
WebSurfer brings up the WebSurfer - Hotlist - Favorite Places window with the GNN server in the list.
Figure 14.27: WebSurfer Hotlist window.
Figure 14.28: NetManage Web site.
Those are the essentials of using WebSurfer. The whole beauty of the World Wide Web and the various browsers is ease of use. If I had to write up seven or eight pages of text to describe how to navigate in the Web, I would sense a serious problem with this model. Happily, that is not the case, and most of the actions that you can take in WebSurfer are clear and simple. I just love programs like that.
We've created an Internet Starter Kit for Windows Home Page that contains many useful links. To access it, either use the link from the default home page that WebSurfer comes set to use, or go directly to: