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Subscription in IE

Please explain the functioning of Subscription in Internet Explorer in detail. This will not only keep one informed well in time but also save on cost, through its auto update functionality.

Vipul Jhaveri

Offline viewing was called "subscribing." In previous versions of Internet Explorer (ie4 and below), subscription is making favourites available offline so that you can view your favourite sites even when you are not connected to the Internet. You can also schedule an update for any favourite pages (including channels), so that the content is up-to-date and available when you are not connected to the Internet.

You can make planned schedules to update your offline files, like you can schedule your favourites and channel to be updated in the night or whenever you feel the download speed would be high and view it any time you want in offline mode.

Solution by G. Rajah

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