What Is RSS?

RSS is a set of data formats for sharing information.  RSS is used by sites with weblogs and news web sites to share, publish and syndicate the content of there sites in a simple form. In RSS 2.0, RSS is short for Really Simple Syndication. 

Why Use RSS?

RSS allows you to have the latest information from your favourite web sites delivered to you in a fast and simple way without you having to visit the web sites or sign up for newsletters.

Once you've set up the RSS feed, the headlines or summaries from a web site will update automatically for you. You get the latest information from as many web sites as you subscribe to. Then if something interests you, you click an individual headline to go to the full information. RSS is not just about news: It can be used to help you be kept up to date on any information. Many web sites use RSS at the moment including all the major news sites and almost all blogs. Setting it up is realy simple.

How To Use RSS Feeds

To use RSS you need to grab the RSS feed from a web site. You can do that using a web browser, a bit of software for your computer called an RSS reader. RSS reader is a simple and good free tool if you're using Windows.

The simplest was way to start out is by using a web browser, or downloading a free RSS reader.

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