For anyone who has grown disenchanted with Microsoft's Internet Explorer web browser, Don't Click on the Blue E! offers help. It gives non-technical users a convenient roadmap for switching to a better web browser--Firefox. As the only book that covers the switch to Firefox, this how-to guide is a must for all those who want to browse faster, more securely, and more efficiently.
This book is aimed at Windows users who are thinking about replacing the Blue E (Internet Explorer) and want to know how to install, configure, and use the Firefox web browser to its fullest capabilities.
If you're not the most sophisticated computer user in the world, don't worry. You should be able to follow along with everything just fine, and you're going to learn some neat tricks that you'll really enjoy.
If you're the kind of person who people call for computer help, you can probably skip the second chapter, but I guarantee that you will find plenty of great information in this book that you can use to make your ownand others'browsing experiences better.
Finally, if you helped create Firefox, let me know if I got anything wrong, OK? : -)