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Reading in a Kindle’s Web Browser – How to Reduce Distractions?
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  • June 16, 2011
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Reading articles in a Kindle’s web browser is not an easy thing. Typical web pages are cluttered with many additional elements: banners, navigation menus, sidebar widgets of all kinds.

The result: web pages render slowly and are very hard to read.

You can reduce all that clutter by using a feature Kindle¹ has, but you might not be aware of.

1. Press Menu, while you’re in a web browser on a page you want to read with no distractions.

2. Select Article Mode.

After refreshing, the page will be displayed in a reading mode, with no banners and other distracting elements. The content will be limited only to the text and images of the article you want to read.

June 15th, 2011

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