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    Roboform also has an Android version (free). The...

    Roboform also has an Android version (free). The desk/laptop versions are licensed products. "Synching" the logins across platforms is as simple as right clicking on the Roboform icon and choosing...
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    I have used Roboform for 12 years or so now....

    I have used Roboform for 12 years or so now. Excellent product. Prompt response when I ask questions. Can "sync" from a desktop to a laptop etc. It also has a user modifiable table (identities) for...
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    I tested this also with a Win8.1 with Classic...

    I tested this also with a Win8.1 with Classic Shell installed. I did not get the redirect. I purge cookies whenever I get out of Firefox (mine is V37.0.2). You can set cookie options in...
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    In Florida and using Brighthouse.....there is no...

    In Florida and using Brighthouse.....there is no monthly GB limit. In fact, in living in several states with TWC...I have not seen limits for them either.

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    As I said, it was to give others a frame of...

    As I said, it was to give others a frame of reference, nothing more.

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    I wish they would do fiber in my area! However, I...

    I wish they would do fiber in my area! However, I pick up Premier League soccer games via cable and watch those on the big screen...not sure of the ins and outs of trying to stream that stuff.

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    I used both terms as I have seen cable companies...

    I used both terms as I have seen cable companies use both terms interchangeably. I am well aware of what asynchronous means as I wrote communications software for many years for a living. So, as I...
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    Original response "deleted", see below. K

    Original response "deleted", see below.

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    The cable companies actively promote faster...

    The cable companies actively promote faster speeds (and charge more money for those faster speeds). I wonder what would happen if EVERYONE took them up on their offer? After all, only so much data...
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    Brighthouse in FL now offer "6 channel" HD DVRs....

    Brighthouse in FL now offer "6 channel" HD DVRs. I have one of these in the house. Seems to work well. Hopefully, TWC will catch up. It used to be TWC here years ago but changed for some reason that...
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    My US cable connection (certainly not the fastest...

    My US cable connection (certainly not the fastest connection available from Brighthouse in Florida) is attached. Mine is specified as a 35mbps service. They also have 90 and 150Mbps service with...
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    In my experience mbps is used to indicate "bits"...

    In my experience mbps is used to indicate "bits" whereas MBps is used to indicate "Bytes". Many people used them interchangeably.

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  13. Do you have access to Visio? If so, you could...

    Do you have access to Visio?

    If so, you could draw the shape in Visio and use copy/paste image to put it in Powerpoint.

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    OpenOffice and LibreOffice (and others) also have...

    OpenOffice and LibreOffice (and others) also have their own "oddities". Anytime software is written to "emulate" something else...it will be prone to behavior like this. Here, when opening Powerpoint...
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    Kind of annoying though if I buy Outlook 2015/16...

    Kind of annoying though if I buy Outlook 2015/16 or whatever when it escapes MS that it will cost me $109. I might have to call some friends still working for the Feds and get them to get me the next...
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    Scotty must have been a software developer then....

    Scotty must have been a software developer then. Developers "know" that specs change as software is being developed. No user really knows what they want when they ask developers to write software for...
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    Thanks Berton...never realized that after all...

    Thanks Berton...never realized that after all these years of using Office (probably around 25 years plus). But, I always managed to get copies of Office through large corporation or Federal...
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    Haven't looked at this thread for a while now (in...

    Haven't looked at this thread for a while now (in fact, I haven't been seeing the emails saying that posts had been made until this morning (April 3rd)).....styles are VERY useful if you turn on the...
  19. JC...thanks for the Settings tip, seems to work...

    JC...thanks for the Settings tip, seems to work well.

    I did DL and copy the .chm file to the install folder for FC, but help still doesn't seem to show any data.

    I uploaded a screenshot of the...
  20. I'm only 10 years behind you...but spent my...

    I'm only 10 years behind you...but spent my entire career writing software (44 years of software development with 3 years of mainframe operations before that)...so don't have to think too hard about...
  21. FLEX? Were you referring to FreeCommanderXE? ...

    FLEX? Were you referring to FreeCommanderXE?

    If so and from what I see of your screenshots...FreeCommanderXE can do all of those things although obviously will not be in quite the same way. It...
  22. Well, not much can recover from a careless user...

    Well, not much can recover from a careless user <g>. Where are the "rubber band" commands when you need them?

    I use iTunes to organize by genre (or other sort orders). It's free...maybe you should...
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    [SOLVED] BTW, what on earth were you programming in...

    BTW, what on earth were you programming in binary? I was in the IT business since 1966 and a software developer since 1999 until retirement at the end of 2013 and never had to program anything in...
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    [SOLVED] Incoming..... So, it's OK to have the...

    Incoming....<g>.

    So, it's OK to have the router on all day and evening long when you use the PC but NOT overnight when you are sleeping? I have to believe that with the sheer volume of routers in...
  25. Ah, there's the rub.......I use the dual window...

    Ah, there's the rub.......I use the dual window ALL THE TIME when moving/copying files around. I use a CF or SD card in the left window and my server shares in the right window. Make drag n drop a...
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