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Internet Explorer Users: Drag the blue "e" out of the address bar and drop it on your desktop. An icon will be created with the title of the page in it. Netscape Users: Drag the 'Location' item to the left of the address (URL) and drop it on the desktop. The same thing will happen:  an icon will be created with the name of the page as its title.

With Internet Explorer, you can also create a shortcut by Clicking on the page with your mouse. Right-Click the mouse, and then select "Create Shortcut" from the pop-up menu. *NOTE:  Make sure your cursor is NOT over an image or a link on the page when you make your shortcut, or "Create Shortcut" will not be available from the pop-up menu! This method only works in IE.

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Anti-Virus Software:  Always keep your Anti-Virus Software up-to-date. Your Anti-Virus software can't do its job unless it's updated with the latest virus definitions. I personally recommend Norton Anti-Virus Software:
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Windows OS:
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E-Mail Safety:  Never open attachments you're not expecting until you confirm first with the sender. Virus-writers can fake the "from" field in your incoming e-mail, so just because you know the name, does not automatically make the e-mail legit. Never click on links in an e-mail, unless the e-mail contains a personal message that identifies the sender. An e-mail that contains a "generic" message, such as "Check this out!" or "Party Pics" and no other text...and no personal message...can apply to a million people. Be suspicious of these kinds of messages! Clicking on a link can cause a virus to be downloaded to your computer!
Credit Card Safety:  Never respond to an e-mail that asks you to click on a link to update credit card information. There are a million e-mail scams that work by luring people into giving up their personal info online. Always log onto a company's web site by typing the name into your browser window yourself...never from an e-mail link! The link might take you to a fake "look-alike" web site, which is part of the scam. Read more about scams from Pay Pal:  Protect Yourself from Fraudulent Emails.
Secure Web Sites:  Look for the small image of a lock in the lower right corner of your browser window to identify a securely encrypted web site. If you can't find the lock, make sure your status bar is activated: Click "View" in the toolbar in Internet Explorer. If you don't see a checkmark beside "Status Bar" in the drop-down menu, then click on it to activate. Also look for the web address to begin with the letters:  https. The extra "s" stands for "secure." Only provide personal info on secure sites. Normal, everyday e-mail is not secure! Never send private info such as credit cards, passwords, etc. in regular e-mail!