RSS (Really Simple Syndication) feeds are an easy way to keep up with websites without having to constantly visit them. When a website is updated, that site's newsfeed can notify you and give you a link to the new content. All you need is a feed reader (also known as an "aggregator"). Most current web browsers have feed readers built in and will display the feed and/or prompt you to subscribe. You can also use web-based readers or dedicated software.
How do I subscribe?
The most common ways to view RSS feeds are:
Using an internet browser equipped with an RSS subscription function. Most browsers can present the headlines of RSS feeds in the form of browser bookmarks;
Using software called feed reader which is developed to view feeds with more advanced functions, users can just subscribe to a feed by entering the feed's link into the reader. A number of free and commercial feedreaders are available for download;
If you have installed a RSS reader software - right-click on a RSS link above and choose "Copy shortcut" or "Copy Link Location" to copy the feed URL and then paste it into your RSS reader.