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How to login to Facebook

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Facebook is the world's most popular social network website. As of July 2010 they have recorded 500 million registered users. According to their website over 50% of their users login every day, the average user has 130 friends and connects to 60 pages, groups and events. This How To guide contains details of the Facebook login process.
What you'll need: 
The internet
A facebook account
This first step assumes that you have already signed up to Facebook and you have an active account with the social network website. You cannot login to Facebook without first signing up.
Visit and in the two fields positioned in the top right hand corner of the page enter the email address, or your username, and password that you submitted when you signed up. You can click the keep me logged in checkbox, which will allow the website to keep your Facebook login active.
Press the Login button. You should now be directed to your Facebook news feed page, where you can access all the features.
When you have finished, you may wish to log out. This can be achieved by clicking on the Log Out button. This is located at the bottom of the menu under the Account tab at the top right of the menu bar.
To Login again repeat the above steps.
Facebook is free for users to sign up to and use. It is a way of keeping in touch with a network of people such as friends and/or work colleagues. The Facebook Login is the means by which you access your profile page. It is an important step to gaining access to your social network.
The Facebook login is found on the homepage of
You can allow your browser to remember your login details for you.
As of 18 September 2009 Facebook changed the log in process so you can use your username as well as your email address.
You can set your username by following the link below.
If you allow your browser to remember your details be wary that others may be able to access your account.


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