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    I would look into this:...

    I would look into this: http://softarchive.net/blogs/mike476/truecrypt_v_a.931722.html

    ...yes I know there is a controversy around it so do your own research then decide.

    But AFAIK this is a...
  2. Sorry I can't be of much help, however: Maybe...

    Sorry I can't be of much help, however:
    Maybe something changed on your end as it works for me. My browser is set to default to "HTTPS" for all sites.
    Also clicking your link above takes me right...
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    Never say "Never", never say "Always". One thing...

    Never say "Never", never say "Always".
    One thing is obvious, MS is jealous of the way one can't purchase any software for IOS or Android without going through "their" store.
    IMHO. They will do...
  4. My prediction of Widows 8 being another "Vista"...

    My prediction of Widows 8 being another "Vista" appears to be coming true.
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    Your best option is to tell your clients that you...

    Your best option is to tell your clients that you need their media in the raw format or it will cost more to translate.
    "PDF" was designed to be difficult or even impossible to edit or convert,...
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    [SOLVED] Mark them to be "Read Only" and see if you get...

    Mark them to be "Read Only" and see if you get complaints from any of your apps.
    Else, so long as they are empty, ignore them.
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    I have been using PDF Xchange Viewer...

    I have been using PDF Xchange Viewer for a while and am happy with it.

    They also have a free development system for non-profits that I use for some volunteer work in the 'hood.
  8. Fourteen year old software in a modern OS is...

    Fourteen year old software in a modern OS is similar to giving a 114 year old Grand mother a new Corvette.
    One would not expect Grandma to run perfectly or even efficiently. YMMV :)
  9. Here in America we do that with guns and...

    Here in America we do that with guns and bayonets.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_-oDyycnX_0
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    One used to be able to do that with WordPad, I...

    One used to be able to do that with WordPad, I haven't tried it lately though. Also back in the DOS days this could be easily done with a batch file and debug, haven't used it in while either. ...
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    Do not "Double-Click" the "Delete" button, just...

    Do not "Double-Click" the "Delete" button, just "Click" it one time. :rolleyes:
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    And if you want total control of your Tabs get an...

    And if you want total control of your Tabs get an Add-On called "Tab Mix Plus".
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    Too much Vodka.

    Too much Vodka.
  14. I think you are looking at this backwards. ...

    I think you are looking at this backwards.
    Software is written to support a chip-set, hardware is not developed to support software.
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    Have you looked into Chrome? It may not be FF,...

    Have you looked into Chrome?
    It may not be FF, but gMail asking you to use a different browser? ;)
  16. I look at Windows 8 akin to Vista, the OS that I...

    I look at Windows 8 akin to Vista, the OS that I skipped and know or care little about.
    I may need to rethink that some day, but then that was the thought of Vista too before its predecessor...
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    I always recommend CD Burner XP, and yes it runs...

    I always recommend CD Burner XP, and yes it runs fine on Windows 7 too, not sure about Win 8 though but I would be surprised if it didn't.

    https://cdburnerxp.se/
  18. I believe they borrowed the idea from Dick. ...

    I believe they borrowed the idea from Dick.

    That would be Dick Tracy, circa 1940.
  19. Thread: The day after

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    You lucky DOG!, that 1200 baud modem "SMOKES" my...

    You lucky DOG!, that 1200 baud modem "SMOKES" my 300!

    On the other hand, did you know that there serial ports today, that will not go that slow, they start at 2400 baud?
  20. So someone other than Bill should tell him how to...

    So someone other than Bill should tell him how to use his resources or force him to give them up? I believe that was one of the causes of the American Revolution back in 1775.
    I would hate to go...
  21. As some may not want to be associated with...

    As some may not want to be associated with Brendan Eich for his actions, I do not want to be associated with Mozilla for their actions.

    Isn't it great to have choices?

    Being "envious" of...
  22. I am sorry to have to uninstall Mozilla Firefox.

    As Mozilla has recently presented their organization as "Narrow" minded "Heterophobes" I can no longer support them by using any of their products. :^_^:

    By being so intolerant that they will not...
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    I concur.

    I concur.
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    Interesting. I hear that they are good roasted...

    Interesting.
    I hear that they are good roasted over an open fire.
  25. Thread: Erasing files

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    You can set CCLeaner up to "secure" erase all...

    You can set CCLeaner up to "secure" erase all free space on PC start-up (or maybe even shut-down?), it takes a little longer but they will be gone.
    CCleaner can be setup to "secure" erase the...
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