I do like that one. :)
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I do like that one. :)
IMHO, a good home page is one that doesn't require you to accept any cookies or run any scripts or have any ads, along with a subject of interest to you. Not many of them out there these days. It...
This series of discussions doesn't look too god for this ap. It would seem most of the discussion of this ap is not time relevant, so the fact that most posts were made in 2012 shouldn't matter.
TOR masks your IP address by routing your connection through several different servers around the world. This gives you a semblance of anonymity by hiding your real IP address, hence hiding your real...
Well, in all fairness, there's over 1,000 files available for download on my site. That's where the bandwidth is used, and the associated cost.
But I don't have near as many forum users as this...
I understand forums don't run free. My forum and website runs on donations. Without them I couldn't keep it going. I pay about $350.00 a year for my site.
I just don't like a lot of these ads.
I guess we'll have to wait and see. I hope they don't try to fill the sidebar with ads. That would turn me away from this forum.
That's what I was looking for. Thanks! :clapping:
It would be nice if the posts expanded to include that space on the right.
How did you get rid of the WS info?
I personally can't stand side bars. To me they're useless and intrusive.
I run PaleMoon browser with AdBlockPlus and NoScript so all I see is a side bar with a little Windows Secret information in...
For my own experience, I don't find that to be the case. I used Zone Alarm for years until it got too irritating for my tastes, and I never did care for AVG.
I guess it's all a matter of taste. :D
Thanks for updating the link.
It says it's currently in its third beta. I might have to keep an eye on this, just out of curiosity.
I still run XP, but I have a couple of image back ups so I won't...
Here's a link to some other undelete utilities.
Clicking the link get you this:
PaleMoon checks for updates when you fire it up, but they only release updates every month or two.
Yes, you can turn off checking for updates, but that's not advisable unless you manually check for...
You could have a look at the Comodo Free Internet Security Suite.
I'm not surprised. Chrome is the same way. It checks for updates every hour, and you can't turn it off. If you try it just turns its update back on.
Personally I use PaleMoon browser.
I think you may have read that article wrong. It does temporarily hold data in RAM memory, but once you close the browser, it's pretty much gone.
To me, that's the problem. It always runs in...
Here's a couple of links to reviews of Epic.
That's true, but the more you use it, the less you have to deal with it.
I like the firewall and AV part of it both. It's not as resource hungry as a lot of those apps, and updates in the background...
If your reasonably computer savvy, Comodo Internet Suite is a good choice for XP. I still run XP and I use it, and it's free. Plus you can use the Comodo DNS settings.
Try removing the parenthesis and see what happens.
Also, try using underscores or hyphens instead of spaces.
Ah! Thanks for the confirmation.
I do use Comcast with Port 587. That's why I wasn't sure.
Are you intending to send SSL encrypted emails?
Port 465 is intended for smtps - SSL encrypted email.
Port 587 is intended for MSA - basically standard outgoing email with spam protection.
OK! I see how it needs to be done now. Sadly, I don't have Vista.