FAQ: RSS Feeds Questions

FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions) >RSS Feeds Questions
How can I automatically get updated content?How can I view my subscribed feeds?How do I view a Feed?Is there any software available to view feeds?
What does RSS mean?What is an RSS Feed?
How can I automatically get updated content?
You can receive content automatically by subscribing to a web feed. When you subscribe to a web feed, you set the interval at which Internet Explorer will check the website for updates. Once you've set an interval, Internet Explorer will automatically download the most up-to-date web feed list. You can also view and update your subscribed feeds using most email clients.
How can I view my subscribed feeds?
You view feeds on the Feeds tab in the Favorites Center. To view your feeds, click the Favorites Center button , and then click Feeds.
How do I view a Feed?
When you visit a webpage, the Feeds button will change color, letting you know that feeds are available. Click the Feeds button, and then click the feed you want to see. To get content automatically, you should subscribe to a feed. Click Related Topics to learn how to subscribe to a web feed.
Is there any software available to view feeds?
Yes, there is a free cross-browser program called RssReader.
This is from their website;

"RssReader collects news in the background at user configurable intervals and warns with a little popup in the system tray that there is a new message arrived. You can click the news headline to see a short description of the news and click or open the original news web page in an RssReader browser or default browser window."

Download it at: www.rssreader.com

What does RSS mean?
RSS stands for Really Simple Syndication, and is used to describe the technology used in creating feeds.
What is an RSS Feed?
A feed, also known as RSS feed, XML feed, syndicated content, or web feed, is frequently updated content published by a website. It is usually used for news and blog websites, but can also be used for distributing other types of digital content, including pictures, audio or video.