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    FrontPage 2003 runs with no problems under 64-bit...

    FrontPage 2003 runs with no problems under 64-bit Win7. Been doing it for years. Have also never had any problems running 32-bit software under this configuration.
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    Yes: Instapaper will be perfect for you if you...

    Yes: Instapaper will be perfect for you if you have an iPhone or iPad. I use it a great deal when traveling, so I can read Web articles on the plane without a connection. When you're on a page you...
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    Yes, but one caution: Each hard drive has its own...

    Yes, but one caution: Each hard drive has its own unique (MAC) address. Some software, including much of Microsoft's, checks this address to make sure that the license hasn't been violated by the...
  4. I tried about a dozen products before I bumped...

    I tried about a dozen products before I bumped into Picasa (free, from Google). Incredibly capable, ridiculously easy. Only thing it won't do for you is splice images. For that I jump into Photoshop...
  5. Thanks for the reply, JoeP517. Getting rid of the...

    Thanks for the reply, JoeP517. Getting rid of the entire header isn't an ideal solution, because there's some missing information, e.g., sender's name and email address and who was CC'd/BCC'd. What...
  6. Any way to reduce size of email header?

    Outlook 2013: The header of an email, with its wide spacing and huge font size, takes up about 30% of the overall display.

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    I know how to get rid of the contact photo but is there any way...
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    It is definitely the case that larger, more...

    It is definitely the case that larger, more sophisticated ISPs maintain their own blacklists.

    I've been with 1and1.com for many years. Periodically, I found all email to recipients at particular...
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    Thanks again. Any recommendations for a PCI card?...

    Thanks again. Any recommendations for a PCI card? The one that didn't work for me was the:
    "StarTech.com 4 Port PCI SuperSpeed USB 3.0 Adapter Card with SATA/SP4 Power-Quad Port PCI USB 3 Controller...
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    How fast is USB 2.0, which I have now? (Trying to...

    How fast is USB 2.0, which I have now? (Trying to determine if it still makes sense to go to 3.0 even if I can only get 1.3 gbps out of it.)
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    I bought a card for my older Dell tower, for a...

    I bought a card for my older Dell tower, for a PCI *not* Express slot. After weeks of trying to get it to work, including an exchange in case the card was bad, the manufacturer finally decided that...
  11. AOL announced Wednesday that it will stop...

    AOL announced Wednesday that it will stop supporting Winamp software, service and website as of Dec. 20.

    http://money.cnn.com/2013/11/20/technology/winamp/
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    Have used LastPass for years with excellent...

    Have used LastPass for years with excellent results. However, UI on latest version is radically different, not intuitively obvious, and seems to get in the way too often.
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    I take it all back: Fresh-installing V.24 worked...

    I take it all back: Fresh-installing V.24 worked fine for about a day, then crapped out again, the exact same way.
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    A la JOERICEIII: A week or two ago I started...

    A la JOERICEIII: A week or two ago I started getting freezes and other bad behavior in Firefox, for no reason I could discover. I uninstalled it and fresh-installed V.24. Problem solved.
  15. I used Eudora for many years before switching...

    I used Eudora for many years before switching over to Outlook (full version). It is a superb client and will do everything you specified. The only downside is that it is open-source and there's no...
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    Another thought: Why 2013 at all?

    Unless there are features of 2013 you really need, think about why you'd upgrade at all. I've been on it for a few months and thus far haven't seen anything that made the transition worth it. On the...
  17. LinkedIn security/privacy concern: Finally had to wipe out my profile

    After three verified instances in which colleagues of mine found that LinkedIn had sent invitations to everyone in their address books without their knowledge, I decided to strip my LinkedIn profile...
  18. Good tip, but solves a different problem: That's...

    Good tip, but solves a different problem: That's a convenient startup setup, but what I was interested in was having my home page (which is an html doc of my most-used links organized as a formatted...
  19. Brilliant!

    Worked like a charm...thank you.

    Incidentally, took me a bit to figure out that an underscore was added to the URL you described. It showed up in the post as *about_:config*
  20. Firefox: No more Home page launch on new tab?

    Great feature of Firefox was option to launch home page when opening a new tab. Seems to be gone in 13.0.1. Anybody know how to enable it, or is it gone?
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    Thanks for that great add-on tip. Only thing...

    Thanks for that great add-on tip.

    Only thing I'd add is instructions on what to do once you install it, which is not intuitive:

    Tools / Add-ons / Extensions, then click on Options next to...
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    And just when you do...they change it all. But...

    And just when you do...they change it all.

    But it's amazing how much stuff is in there that we never hear about other than through happenstance. One of the things I've come to realize is that...
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    You're using Windows 7, so all you do is...

    You're using Windows 7, so all you do is right-click on the Windows Explorer icon in the task bar (which is full-size because it's running), then click on "Windows Explorer" at the bottom of the...
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    Ah: Understood. The way I do things like that is...

    Ah: Understood. The way I do things like that is to just open two instances of Windows Explorer. You can drag-and-drop to your heart's content, even across computers and devices.
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    Best tool I've seen for syncing is ViceVersa. You...

    Best tool I've seen for syncing is ViceVersa. You can set it up to periodically sync any number of folders, and do it as simply as "just do it" all the way to a complete set of rules that govern...
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