Plug-ins and helper applications are programs that add additional capability to computer Web browsers. These browser extenders allow us to access the most current and most dynamic information on the Web: material that can assist us in fulfilling our professional role now and in the future. We can--and most of us will need to--add browser extensions to our desktop computers both at the time a Web site advises us that such an extension is needed, or we can load the most common browser extensions in advance (see "Essential Plug-Ins"). These steps may seem daunting, but are only inconveniences to our use of the Web as a vital resource and should not be seen as barriers. Happy hunting!
|Original language||English (US)|
|Number of pages||4|
|Journal||Home healthcare nurse manager|
|State||Published - Jan 1 2000|
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