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Product ID: 1578945 | Mfg Part #: PRF-I11
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Professor Teaches Internet Explorer 11 uses lessons and interactive exercises developed by experts to help you learn how to use the world's number one browser: Microsoft Internet Explorer 11. Our computer-training tutorial will have you navigating the internet with ease in no time at all.

What is Internet Explorer 11?
Internet Explorer is a web browser developed by Microsoft. Internet Explorer 11 improves over the previous versions of the web browser. The streamlined look and new features speed up your web browsing experience.

What are the Benefits of Learning Microsoft Internet Explorer 11?

  • Save time by learning how to search the Web efficiently.
  • Make surfing the Internet easy by learning how to use one of the most popular Internet browsers in the world.


What You Will Learn in Professor Teaches Internet Explorer 11

  • Using the Internet Explorer 11 Interface
  • Working with Menus, Toolbars, and Favorites
  • Interacting with Websites and Forms
  • Using Search Engines and Bing Search
  • Learning How to Save and Download
  • Listening to Radio Webcasts
  • Creating an Online Photo Albun
  • Using the Internet Explorer App
  • Customizing the Command Bar


Every Professor Teaches Course Includes:

  • Practice in a Realistic Simulation of the Software
  • Hundreds of Learning Topics
  • 4 to 8 Hours of Training Per Course
  • Realistic Simulations
  • Beginner to Advanced Topics
  • Self-Paced Learning Objectives
  • Introductions and Summaries
  • Interactive Exercises
  • Professional Voice Narration
  • End-of-Chapter Quiz Questions
  • Checkmarks for Completed Topics
  • Glossary, Index, and Search
  • Professor Answers for Instant Training

System Requirements

• Pentium® compatible PC • Microsoft® Windows® 8, Windows® 7, Vista® or XP • Average 150 MB Hard Drive space available per application • 1280 x 768, 16-Bit Color Display Recommended • DVD-ROM Drive • Sound card • Mouse • Speakers or headphones • Internet Access for Activation

Windows Tablet:
Windows 8 • Average 150 MB hard drive space available per application • Internet access for download • Keyboard recommended