To read Chinese with Microsoft Internet Explorer, you need to have the Internet Explorer version 3.0+. If you don't have one, it is free to download at:
The next step is to get free Chinese fonts from Microsoft download sites. You need both the Traditional Chinese font and the Simplified Chinese font so that you can switch fonts in your Internet Explorer to view web pages written in GB or Big5.
Generally speaking, web pages in Mainland China and Singapore are encoded in GB; web pages in Taiwan are encoded in Big5; web pages in Hong Kong are written in both GB and Big5. Some web sites give you a choice to pick.
Installation Steps for Dummies :-)
|What would you like to do with this file? |
O Run this program from this current location
O Save this program to disk
The default choice is the second one. So you just need to click the OK button.
|This will install the Traditional Chinese Language Support Kit for Microsoft Internet Explorer on your computer. Do you wish to continue?|
Please click the Yes button.
|The Traditional Chinese Language Support Kit for Microsoft Internet Explorer was successfully installed. To complete the installation, you need to restart your system.|
You have no choice but to click the OK button.
|You must restart your computer before the new settings will take effect. |
Do you want to restart your computer now?
Please select the No button.