There are millions of RSS feeds that consist of headlines or short summaries of content with a link provided to the original source.
The feeds can also contain the complete content, and include attachments of almost any type.
These kinds of sites offer a feature called RSS feeds, which they use to send you the updates automatically.
You can add your favorite RSS Feeds as subscriptions in Microsoft Office Outlook 2007. RSS provides a convenient way for content publishers to distribute information in a standardized format.
The Common Feed List is used by programs such as Outlook 2010 and Internet Explorer as a common location for RSS Feeds information.
When you add an RSS Feed to any program that uses the Common Feed List, that RSS Feed is available in all programs automatically.
It works fine on Mozilla Firefox, which I have been using for testing so far, but not on Explorer. Many thanks This seems ought because I just checked with IE 7/9 and there seems to be no problem for the listed examples.
Further the output is generated in a similar fashion (using the same methods) as Changes which also does not suggest that the display is browser dependent.