When you first open the browser you will be prompted to accept the HTTP connection that your device is trying to use. Your best option is to accept the session option, you will not be prompted with it again during your browsing session.
Once you open the browser you will receive a small “shortcut menu" where you are prompted with a Google toolbar and a blank address bar. There is also a number of bookmarks that appear when you first boot up, such web sites as MySpace, Facebook and the New York Times await you when you open the browser.
Once you find your way to a website, you will find a crystal clear interface that displays web pages the way they are supposed to be displayed. For my example I went to http://espn.go.com. I found that everything made it to the page just like on the PC, there is also a “Zoom" button as part of the application that makes web browsing much easier.
The only downside, at least for me, was the “free games" option. At the time of this writing, the Blackjack II was not on the list of phones that could use the free games. There are a number of games there and a number of phones that are accepted. You will definitely want to check that out when you install the browser.