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mIRC in Windows

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    • mIRC in Windows by Byung Lee
    • mIRC in Windows
      • What is mIRC?
      • Requirements for mIRC
      • Installing mIRC
      • Setting Up mIRC
      • Connection
      • Join a Channel
      • Start Chatting
    • mIRC in Windows
      • mIRC – a shareware IRC Chat client for Windows
      • IRC - Internet Relay Chat
        • net's equivalent of CB radio. Unlike CB, IRC lets people all over the world communicate in real-time.
        • a virtual meeting place (channels) where people from all over the world can meet and talk in groups, or privately.
        • no restriction to the number of people that can participate in a given discussion, or the number of channels that can be formed on IRC.
        • exchange files from one computer to another.
    • Requirements for mIRC
      • Run MS-Windows
        • Works on Windows 95, 98 and all newer Windows versions
        • Does not work on Windows CE, WebTV, Macintosh, UNIX or Linux operating systems
      • Have an Internet account
      • Properly installed Winsock
        • If you can use E-mail within Windows already, you are good to go.
    • Installing mIRC
      • Download the latest version mIRC 6.03
        • http:// www.mirc.com/get.html
        • Free Trial for 30 days
        • Registration Fee $20
      • Double Click the mirc603 setup icon
      • Accept everything to the defaults will work fine
      • Installer will take care of the rest
    • Setting Up mIRC
      • Connect to Internet
      • Double Click
      • mIRC icon to start
      • Close down the welcome screen by clicking X in the upper right-hand corner
    • Setting Up mIRC
      • Pick Undernet as IRC Network
      • Pick a Server Closest to Your Location
      • Fill Name and E-mail Address
        • Not necessary to put real info
      • Fill Nickname to use as alias to chat
      • Fill Alternative for backup
      • Click Connect to IRC Server
    • Connection
      • After Clicking Connect to IRC Server, the connection confirmation will come up
      • You are now ready to join a channel
    • Join a Channel
      • Pick #Beginner
      • Click Join
    • Start Chatting