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    Get it here...

    Get it here. Just enter your existing product code.
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    Me too!

    Me too!
  3. Thread: Switching AV

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    You'll be OK for the short time it takes to...

    You'll be OK for the short time it takes to download a file :D . But if you're that worried, download the full installer instead of the stub. For example, Avast! does it here.
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    Well, I've never heard of any easter eggs causing...

    Well, I've never heard of any easter eggs causing a security breach. They're just a bit of fun, and no worse than any other feature in software that you may not have known about.

    BTW, I'm using...
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    OK, then :D There are two main broadband...

    OK, then :D

    There are two main broadband delivery systems in the UK: cable and ADSL. Cable is subdivided into optical fibre and...er, not optical fibre, which would be a metal cable; it would only...
  6. Thanks, Coochin. I do my best at spreading the...

    Thanks, Coochin. I do my best at spreading the word: Microsoft do not make cold calls. But I can't do it on my own. :D
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    A couple of random thoughts: if your virtual...

    A couple of random thoughts: if your virtual memory is too small, or perhaps not best configured, I'd expect some HD thrashing after playing a video, especially if your physical memory itself is...
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    First step: next time it happens, start Task...

    First step: next time it happens, start Task Manager and see what's running.
  9. ↑Yes, Office 2007 activation works the same way...

    ↑Yes, Office 2007 activation works the same way as Windows activation; providing it's on the same machine (with not too many hardware changes), it will just activate straight away. And even if it...
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    Satrow, thanks for the tip in post 4, but I'll...

    Satrow, thanks for the tip in post 4, but I'll stay where I am for a while. Thing is, v36.0.4 with the latest Flash is the zippiest FF I've ever had! :D
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    Problem with Firefox 37

    I'm just posting this in case anyone has the same problem. I recently updated Firefox to v37 and immediately had problems with video. Plug-in container kept crashing and I couldn't change the volume;...
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    Probably the quickest way would be to go through...

    Probably the quickest way would be to go through the motions of saving a new file in Kingsoft, and see where it offers to save it.
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    Yup. My main addy is still the first one I ever...

    Yup. My main addy is still the first one I ever had, since the 90s.
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    If HTTP requests are blocked, it doesn't...

    If HTTP requests are blocked, it doesn't necessarily follow that other protocols are blocked too, especially if you use authentication such as you would with IMAP. I'm not saying it definitely would...
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    ↑ My ISP allowed relaying; they had a separate...

    ↑ My ISP allowed relaying; they had a separate server for the purpose. When they got bought by another ISP the problem came back. I found the solution quite by accident when I changed from POP to...
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    TB will do everything that Outlook will do;...

    TB will do everything that Outlook will do; you'll need the server settings from your email provider, but happily TB can usually get them automatically. Your IP address shouldn't make any difference....
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    I get why they don't do it now, but it's a shame...

    I get why they don't do it now, but it's a shame IMO. The best ever was in Windows 95.

    OP, there are plenty in Google itself. Try this.
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    I've used Avast! on two XP machines for years,...

    I've used Avast! on two XP machines for years, and had very few ads, in fact none at all with the latest version. You get popups every time the AV does something, like update itself, but you can turn...
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    I use BT Mail, which might not work for you as...

    I use BT Mail, which might not work for you as it's UK-based, and geared towards BT customers. You could try it though. I also have Outlook (Hotmail as was), and haven't had any problems.
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    A webmail application is a web browser, such as...

    A webmail application is a web browser, such as Internet Explorer. If you mean an email client, Thunderbird is good, been using it for years.
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    Always good advice.

    Always good advice.
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    Whoosh.

    Whoosh.
  23. If you left drag'n'drop the folder to the icon...

    If you left drag'n'drop the folder to the icon representing the portable drive, the folder will be copied (the default action across drives). You can always right drag'n'drop and choose from the...
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    Deleted - the point was already dealt with.

    Deleted - the point was already dealt with.
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    Same here. If you hit the Menu button, how is...

    Same here. If you hit the Menu button, how is Customise spelt?

    There've been a lot of updates in quick succession lately, which suggests to me there's been a problem - I update manually from...
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