The CD-ROMs are used as the only media for storing data,
but the contents of the CD-ROM can be programmed to access
the Internet web sites. Therefore, the contents of the CD-ROM
are referenced to the contents of the web server.
Furthermore, when you access the Internet web contents from
the CD-ROM, you can save data from the web site in your
PC's hard disk. For example, you can order products shown
and send mails addressed in the CD-ROM and save the accessing
log data to the web server when your PC is connected to
the Internet. In other words, all users who access from
the CD-ROM to the web sites can join a user chatting group
and get new product information from the news server and
save the information in their PC.
When accessing Internet web sites from the CD-ROM drive
in your PC, you can use the original browser programmed
to the contents of the CD-ROM. Therefore, you don't need
to worry about using the version of browsing software usually
packaged and an OS that may happen to loose the original
layout of the web site, and other troubles. This is the
reason why the original browser is operated as the special
one to access the web site from the CD-ROM contents. The
contents can be created to operate on every Windows and
Macintosh OS, so many users can be supported by the contents
of the CD-ROM.