It is not every computer that is connected to the internet, so do not think you can browse in any computer. Some are stand alone computers as they are not on any network, let alone being in the wide area network called internet. For you to be connected to the Internet, you need the following:
- A personal computer otherwise known as a PC which could be either a desktop or a laptop.
- A telephone line or a data cable
- A modem
You need to have an account with an internet service provider such as MTN, Glo, and Etisalat Airtel etc.
You could also get connected to the internet using a cyber café. If you are using a wireless connection you will be given a data cable/card depending on the one you paid for.
After you have entered your username and password, you will gain full access to browse the internet.
More so, you can also connect to the internet using your android following this link How to connect the internet using USB tethering | No MTN, AIRTEL, ETISALAT OR GLO Modem required
USING A MODEM TO CONNECT THE INTERNET
You will need to first you will need to install the modem before requesting or subscribing for data bundle in such internet provider such as MTN, GLO, Etisalat or Airtel. For you to be connected to the internet, you will need to know how to run basic installations in you computer.
- Plug the modem to the computer and allow a popup signal to instruct you on how to run this modem installation
- After installation of the modem, depending on your preferred internet provider, you may choose to purchase a data bundle.
- After a successful purchase of data, this is how to connect to the internet.
From the dialogue box displaying the modem homepage, click on connect (connect: it means that you are connected to the internet.
Understanding the icons on the internet browsing application such as Mozilla Firefox, Google chrome, UC web or Coco browser.
Close Icon: This has the letter X in it, it is used to close window.
Stop Icon: This is used to stop a command from taking place
Refresh Icon: This is used to retry a failed attempt.
Back Icon: This is used to return back to the previous page viewed
Forward Icon: This leads you back to the page you viewed before clicking icon.
Print Icon: This is used to produce the hard copy of a current page
Address Bar: This allows you to visit any site you want