Installing and using program like e-Books to read via internet

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I request for IT support and advice please. This may sound trivial, but your inputs are highly important. You see, my computer’s technical specifications are not that good. I wish to install and use a program like e-Books, so that I could read via the internet and my computer.

My computer contains security features like McAfee and Norton Antivirus, Firewall,  Avasta among others.

It also runs through the proxy server. Is it possible to download usable software like the e-Books? Or do I need to purchase a hardware or software to back up my computer?

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Answered By 0 points N/A #112036

Installing and using program like e-Books to read via internet

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Yes it could be possible with the software named Rocket Reader. You can access your data from any where like, office or school via internet connection. You can use it while traveling.

RocketReader is the pioneer in reading proficiency software and is the only product to use artificial intelligence based reading strategies to train you to read faster with better reading comprehension. Easy to use,powerful and effective.

RocketReader Speed Reading delivers:

* Elimination of bad reading habits that hold you back
* Faster reading speeds using effective speed reading techniques
* Improved reading comprehension
* Vocabulary development
* 500+ graded readings with comprehension tests
* Training with your own documents
* Lesson plans with flexible lesson options
* Thorough SAT preparation (for students)

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Installing and using program like e-Books to read via internet

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Hello Caetlin,

It is very possible to download and install the ebook softwares that you want, but on your network that has a proxy server you may face some restrictions when it comes to accessing the sites that offer softwares for download.

You can just try searching the ebook softwares from the following sites: Majorgeeks and Cnet Downloads, and if you can a restriction issue you can just contact your network administrator and let them allow you the privilege the software.

Regards,

Nicke

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