|In this lesson
we will learn how Windows incorporates the internet into the user's
When we first began this chapter we discussed the fact Windows 2000 broke down the barriers between the computer and the world wide web (often shorted to WWW). This seamless transition occurs through the integration of the Windows file browser and the internet browser. In fact, websites are simply files stored on other people’s computers. Microsoft Internet Explorer allows the user to look at files on the local machine (computer) and the web without exiting the program.