Really Simple Syndication (RSS) brings automatically updated information straight to your desktop. With RSS feeds, you can quickly and easily monitor your favorite Web sites for new content, without having to check them manually.
How do I view RSS Feeds?
First, you'll need an RSS reader. There are a wide variety of RSS readers available for free online. Some readers require you to install a software program on your computer; others are Web-based so you don't need to download anything. See a sample list below.
Ok, I've got an RSS reader, now what?
Now you can start adding your RSS feeds. Many Web sites offer RSS feeds, so simply look for an RSS link (). Copy the URL (Web address) of the feed you want and paste it into your reader. The reader will begin to display the feed.
Does an RSS reader cost?
Many RSS readers are available for free or offer free trial periods.
Get a RSS reader: