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RSS feeds - IE 7

RSS Feeds

News agencies and other dynamic sites now offer a service called RSS Feeds or RSS. With RSS Feeds the website can feed or download information such as top headlines, current travel discounts, sports scores, and other timely content throughout the day to subscribers.

If the Feed button in Internet Explorer lights up, it means that the site offers RSS feeds. Click the icon to reveal the feed. You can subscribe for feeds which will automatically be sent to your computer. The subscribe button routes feeds to the Favorites Center and to the Common Feed List for sharing with other programs.

The image below shows a website that provides RSS Feeds which are available.

To download a feed click the RSS icon and select the feed header.

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Internet Explorer 7 will then download all the latest feeds which are available.

You can then browse through the feeds to make you selection.

The screenshot below is an example of what you would see.

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For further reading on RSS Feeds and how it works use the link below:

What is RSS?


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