Click video link above, it should open your default reader… if not, right-click above link and save target as. Then you can run it from your local drive.
Feeds, also known as RSS feeds, are content listings published by a website. They're used for news and blog websites, but are also used for distributing other types of digital content, including pictures, audio, or video.
When you subscribe to a feed, new content is automatically downloaded from the website, so the feed is always up to date. There are many ways to subscribe to feeds. Here are a few:
Subscribe to feeds directly from Internet Explorer. This is what's described below.
Use RSS reader software.
Click a link on personal webpages.
Click to open Internet Explorer.
If the Command bar isn't visible, right-click the Favorites button , and then select Command bar.
Go to the website that offers a feed.
Click the Feeds button to view feeds on the webpage.
If a Web Slice is available for the webpage, the Web Slice button will appear instead of the Feeds button. Click the arrow next to the button to view available feeds.
For more information on Web Slices, see Using Web Slices in Internet Explorer 9.
Click a feed (if more than one is available). If only one feed is available, you will go directly to that page.
Click Subscribe to this feed.
Type a name for the feed and select the folder to create the feed in.
Really Simple Syndication (RSS) provides an easy way for you to read the latest postings to your favorite Web sites. Many Web sites offer RSS Feed subscriptions so that whenever new content is published, such as an updated news article, you receive a summary or the full article automatically in Microsoft Outlook 2010.
Subscribing to RSS Feeds from Windows Internet Explorer is the fastest and easiest way to add RSS Feeds to Outlook.
Note In previous releases of Internet Explorer the command bar, which is where the RSS command is located, is turned off by default. To view the command bar, right-click to the right of the New tab button, and then click Command bar.
A list of all available RSS Feeds on the Web page is displayed.
The RSS Feed subscription is added to the Common Feed List in Windows. Your RSS Feed subscription is available in Internet Explorer, Outlook, and other programs which use the Common Feed List. For more information, see Add or remove entries from the Common Feed List.
Tip On a Web page, you might see , or, . Usually, when you click these icons, you can view and subscribe to the RSS Feed.
To manually enter an RSS Feed subscription, you are required to enter the Web address.
Tip In most Web browsers, on a Web page, you can right-click the RSS icon, and then copy the shortcut to the Clipboard. Press CTRL+V to paste the information from the Clipboard into the RSS Feed location box.
You can click the button at the top the Reading Pane, or if you open the message, on the Share tab, in the Open group, click Add this RSS Feed.
Outlook 2010 supports the .opml file format for exchanging a collection of RSS Feeds and sharing configuration information between programs that can organize and display RSS Feeds.
Tip Click Select All or Clear All to quickly select or clear all of the check boxes.
Note You are importing only the subscription information, not the actual items from the subscription.
When you cancel or unsubscribe from an RSS Feed, no new content is downloaded. You can choose whether to delete or keep all the content that was downloaded from the RSS Feed.
For more information, see Unsubscribe from an RSS Feed.