Feeds, also known as RSS feeds, are content listings published by a website. They're used for news and blog websites, but are also used for distributing other types of digital content, including pictures, audio, or video.
When you subscribe to a feed, new content is automatically downloaded from the website, so the feed is always up to date. There are many ways to subscribe to feeds. Here are a few:
Subscribe to feeds directly from Internet Explorer. This is what's described below.
Use RSS reader software.
Click a link on personal webpages.
Open Internet Explorer by clicking the Start button . In the search box, type Internet Explorer, and then, in the list of results, click Internet Explorer.
Go to the website that offers a feed.
For more information on Web Slices, see Using Web Slices in Internet Explorer 9.
Click a feed (if more than one is available). If only one feed is available, you will go directly to that page.
Click Subscribe to this feed.
Type a name for the feed and select the folder to create the feed in.
All of the feeds that you subscribe to are available in the Favorites Center. You can also add feeds to your Favorites bar.
Click a feed to view it in the browser.
Right-click a feed, and then click Add to Favorites bar.
Click the feed, and then click an individual entry to view it in the browser.
You can delete a feed from Favorites Center or the Favorites bar by right-clicking it, clicking Delete, and then clicking Yes.