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About bob3160

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  • Birthday 11/21/1940

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  • Main System Specs:
    Intel 4 3200Mhz, 430 Gig HD, 1Gig Ram, Windows XP home SP2
  • Secondary System Specs:
    ZoneAlarm, Avast! Antivirus
  1. In my case, this was done after I had carefully gone through all of the programs and re-installed all those that I still used. Once that's done, I wanted to reclaim the HD space not transfer it's use to some other drive.
  2. More information and download at: http://www.opswat.co.../security-score
  3. Getting Windows 8 for $39.99 isn't so easy if you already have Windows 8 installed on your computer!
  4. When I go to Windows Activation, I get the following: When I select the activate the following happens: Does any one have an answer (The product is genuine that's why this doesn't make any sense.) Mystery solved: Enter the following into the search box: slui.exe 3 (notice the space between exe and 3) Select the item found under Apps: and you'll see the following: Now simply fill in your activation Key and you'll wind up with the following result: Since it took quite a few hours and some luck to find this, I thought this might save someone else from getting a headache.
  5. Add Secret “Purge Memory” Button in Google Chrome’s Task Manager (Thanks to AskVG) (As you can see, I've got mine. )
  6. Some background about the new change in Google's policy http://support.google.com/chrome_webstore/bin/answer.py?hl=en&answer=2664769&p=crx_warning Here's an example of what I've covered in my tutorial: 2. Click the wrench icon on the browser toolbar. 3. Select Tools > Extensions. 4. Locate the extension file on your computer and drag the file onto the Extensions page. 5. Review the list of permissions in the dialog that appears. If you would like to proceed, click Install.
  7. http://youtu.be/S_KONTflvTk This same trick will work on any extension that's not available through Google Play
  8. Seems like I've heard that before. Then this should be right on the money:
  9. For me the biggest offenders are local government. Hardly a day goes by that I don't receive an email addressed to me with a cc to hundreds of others. I had offered to educate but it seems to be too much for Valencia County to learn proper email etiquette.
  10. Thanks Corrine. I've already set him up utilizing all of the security options available to him. We all know that there are many precautions that can be taken to avoid these things from happening in the first place. The problem is that most people don't want to take the time and effort needed to make things as secure as possible. It's one of the reasons why so much of this is going on. It's also why there is so much spam. Most people are too lazy and simply hit the reply key to forward things on to their friends passing along countless email addresses just waiting to be harvested.
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