When you access the Internet through your Internet provider (AOL, BellSouth, Mindspring, Roadrunner, your school district, etc.) you will view the Internet using software called a "browser." In most cases, the browser will be called Netscape or Internet Explorer . You can determine which browser you have by the symbols next to their names.
Internet providers such as AOL use their own browsers, however the concept is the same.
When you sign on to the Internet a page will
be displayed that looks something like this:
Check to see what browser you have.
This web-based training program was developed by the State of Florida Adult Basic Education Committee of the Practitioners' Task Force, through an Adult Education State Leadership Grant from the Florida Department of Education, Division of Community Colleges and Workforce Education.
Disclaimer: While every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of this web-based training component, it is not an official publication of the Florida Department of Education.