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  1. Thanks! just some pic I came across while looking for some desktop photos. I have my system set up pretty well now and everything seem to work just as well as they worked in Windows. A few programs I'm running,Linux versions. FireFox 10.0.2 Thunderbird 3.1.19 VLC player 1.1.9 GnomeBaker CD/DVD writer Radio Tray Shutter GIMP gThumb LibreOffice Foxit Reader
  2. I've took the Linux plunge,I'm using Linux Mint 11 and couldn't be more happier.
  3. I've tried it for a few days,seems to make my PC run slower all around so I switched back to AVG and my personal firewall and all is good to go.
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    HP Bloatware

    H'mmm well I look all around inside this machine and only thing else I can find is the HP folder in program files It's just a little over 81.2 MB I guess I got a good one doesn't slow the boot time down any and kicks in pretty fast when I need to use it. I really like this one ink is cheap about $40 for both carts prints great pics and I got it on sale for $50 at Circuit City before they crashed and burned. Best printer I ever owned was an Epson C-80 lasted me 5 years should have bought two of them and put one in storage.
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  6. res45

    HP Bloatware

    I use an HP4480 All-in-One,my software gave me the option of checking off any unwanted software when I installed the printer and scanner drivers. This is all I have installed on mine.
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    HP Bloatware

    Might could give this a try get some of the stuff anyways. http://www.pcdecrapifier.com/apps
  8. Running it in Returnil for the past few hours no problems yet,it opens all my pages fine. Nice simple clean and fast browser.
  9. Depends on how bad your data is fragmented on your drive or drives,I have seen some take all day. Mine took me about 2 hours the first time around but now it like five or ten minutes. I consolidated both my drives first then defragmented them,I only use about 1/3 of each drive so I keep my date all out to the outer edge of the disc.
  10. Well the system requirements are at least a Intel? Pentium? II 450MHz or faster processor (or equivalent) and 128 mb or ram. It also crashes IE7,Firefox & Netscape so its not browser specific. This is a low end processor to in this system so I'm thinking it just can't handle it.
  11. Well I have tried everything still no go as long as flash isn't installed everything is fine once installed you go to a flash site and IE 6 crashes,I have it installed on my personal computer a home built one thats five years old no problems. It see from doing a Google search I'm not the only one having this problem, I formatted the HD did a clean install of XP did a fresh install of all the updates,it makes no difference if I install flash it crashes the browser. Not sure if this would be a problem but I'm working on a Compaq with a Intel Celeron 2.5 GHz. processor With 376 Mb or ram.
  12. Well for the first time today I have not been able to install and use Flashplayer,I installed it on a new frresh install of XP and on a total upgrade to Ser Pak 3 and it crashes IE 6,7 and firefox I have tried everything I have read on here and on the Adobe site and nothing works. Anyone know whats up.
  13. I should have been more clear I uninstalled it using my Utool uninstall tool. When it restarted Firefox its removed,then I just installed the newest build its a great little tool. Uninstall Tool 1.6.6 (last freeware version) http://www.aplusfreeware.com/categories/util/uninst.html
  14. Working fine for me,using Firefox/ and SiteAdvisor ver. 26.6 build 6274 I uninstalled the old version first restarted Firefox and installed the new one then restarted Firefox and it worked fine. I use WOT also
  15. Vista isn't worth the trouble,your can run XP on an old machine or a new one and everything work with it. Allot of people that I know that run Vista hate it can't half use it and can't find a thing on it,plus it a RESOURCE HOG to boot. You couldn't give it to me to run on my PC's
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