Question about HP Computers & Internet
If your HP still contains the software that came preinstalled, there should be no need to install - it should already be there. If you are on Vista, Vista includes a program called Windows Mail. A Windows XP machine should have Outlook Express installed. Just go to your All Programs listing and look for the proper program. Once there, you will need to give it the information regarding your ISP/mail server & account, but typically an ISP gives you very detailed, step-by-step instructions to help with this. In the alternative, HP also includes an online chat option in the support window on your machine, and they can guide you exactly to the specific features of your machine.
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