David Dorn presents a few quick tips to speed up your Internet experience!
You can save some time and effort by using the keyboard to move back one web page rather than clicking on the <back> button on your browser to go to your previous page. You can use your <Backspace> key to move one page back.
Tab Your Way Around
To jump through the links on a Web page, the Address bar, or the items on the Links bar, press <Tab>. To jump backward, press <Shift>+<Tab> (hold down the <Shift> key and press <Tab>
Browse Twice as Fast
If you're downloading a file, you don't want to sit and watch, do you? Open a new window to browse more than one site at a time. Press <Ctrl>+<N> to open a new window.
If you use a Microsoft Intellimouse you've got some nifty tricks up your sleeve.
If you press the <Shift> key, you can move the mouse wheel up to go back to the page you last visited and down to go forward. You can also increase the size of the fonts on the page by pressing the <Ctrl> key, then rolling down to enlarge, up to make 'em smaller. Not a lot of people know that - but now you do!