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YoKenny1

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  1. What is the CPU type and speed? 1. Open System by clicking the Start button , clicking Control Panel, clicking System and Maintenance, and then clicking System. 2. Under System, you can view the processor type and speed, as well as the number of processors installed, if your computer uses multiple processors. http://windows.microsoft.com/en-US/windows-vista/Find-your-computers-processor-speed
  2. I read it and implemented a few tips I did not know about.
  3. No problem on my Windows 7 system. What is your operating system and how much RAM does it have?
  4. You may want to consider this https://support.avast.com/index.php?_m=know...kbarticleid=188
  5. I use Avast! V5 on my systems but only the Free version on Windows 7 and the Pro version on XP Pro. Avast! Internet Security has a firewall and needs the MBAM exclusion entries added. Edit: It has a very good forum that is much better than AVG's forum and one of tha main reasons I left AVG.
  6. I tried to get rid of cheating wife but the lawyers made sure I had nothing!
  7. Bugman1, IE8 is more secure and faster than IE7. It is best to update to IE8 as IE is used in all of Windows. Please read
  8. Windows Media Player 12 is only available for Windows 7 that I am using on my Windows 7 system: Using Windows Media Player 12 for Windows 7 http://windows.microsoft.com/en-US/windows...media-player-12
  9. I remembered them all but I looked like Buddy Holly when I went through high school. Remember The Big Bopper's Chantilly Lace http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4b-by5e4saI
  10. Screenshots are easy to add just select Browse... then UPLOAD the picture you saved.
  11. Same for me on my XP Pro system. No probem on my Windows 7 system though.
  12. RegCure is a bogus application from Paretologic.com by exile360 http://forums.malwarebytes.org/index.php?s...st&p=172206 Bugman1 you have to be a member of Honorary Members to read this post.
  13. I just tried a Full scan on my Windows 6 64bit system as I had never done this before and I received no reported viruses. I have the MBAM paid for version.
  14. I prefer to just have Windows Defender on my Win7 64 bit system.
  15. I'm the one on the left complete with Albert Einstein hair and mustache.
  16. I'm 65 and retired and I like to see what is going on.
  17. Hi malware destroyer As mountaintree16 says to use HostsMan as it is a HOSTS file Manager that can import and update several HOSTS files. The application does not have to be updated frequently just the HOSTS files it supports. As you are using CIS that is Comodo Internet Security I believe then you already have a good software firewall. One of the sources of the HOSTS file is hpHosts that MysteryFCM constantly updates. The only problem with it running on vista/w7 is that it can not autostart with Windows but has to be selected to Run as administrator after boot up. Its companion HostsServer that is a browser speedup proxy can autostart with Windows though.
  18. I see no difference between clicking on on the two curved arrows other than the box around the typing area gets darker. Looks like you are using Full screen mode. I have not used Full screen mode since leaving DOS years ago and started to use Windows. Press F11 to toggle between Full screen mode and Windows.
  19. What is your operating system and RAM? No problem on my Windows 7 system as it idles at 8%
  20. I have no idea what you are talking about. Online rich-text editor http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Online_rich-text_editor
  21. One of the perils of using Firefox: http://forums.malwarebytes.org/index.php?s=&showtopic=62948&view=findpost&p=317007
  22. I know a couple that have shared their 50th Wedding Anniversary. It helps living in a warm climate with low humidity like New Mexico and not cold, wet and damp Canada.
  23. Then you will have to keep upgrading Firefox and the "noscripts" add-ons as they seem to change daily fixing the problems they introduce. http://arstechnica.com/open-source/news/2009/05/mozilla-ponders-policy-change-after-firefox-extension-battle.ars
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