By: JJ Manger
515 pages, Figs, tabs
Internet is the largest computer information network in the world, accessible in over 35 countries around the globe. This text is a practical user's guide to the many services currently available on the fast-growing Internet. This PC-based resource explains how to access all the services and features for academic, commercial and personal uses, and how to make the most of them. Topics covered include image processing; data compression; accessing and controlling UNIX hosts; down-loading files from remote machines; searching the Internet using on-line systems; sending and receiving electronic mail via USENET; using Internet protocols, such as FTP, NIFTP, TELNET and CIX's FDL service; locating shareware, freeware and technical data; and logging-in to public-access UNIX systems.
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