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    Poker, other card games, chess and fidling with my computer.

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  1. MVPS Host File has been updated. https://mvpshostsnews.blogspot.com/2019/02/mvps-hosts-file-update-february-08-2019.html?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+HostsNews+(Hosts+News) Update via HostXpert worked perfectly.
  2. I tried v5.42 and had the same issue so I downloaded v5.40 and the issue was resolved. Thanks again for your help!
  3. Ahh, good 'ole FileHippo. I was searching for a previous versions download source. Thanks again mta. Take care mate.
  4. I am having exactly the same issue; however, I have Windows 10.
  5. Off topic, but interesting - Operating System market share as of May 2017: https://www.netmarketshare.com/operating-system-market-share.aspx?qprid=10&qpcustomd=0 Windows 7 makes up say 50% of the market and Windows 7 comes with .NET Framework 3.5 installed (assuming 7 with SP 2). .NET 3.5 can run on 85% of Windows without additional Framework install (10, 8.1, 8 & 7). Looks like I should have targeted 3.5 instead of 4.0 It's too bad that .NET Framework is such a major hassle for XP users. The problem I have is that in 2008 when I asked programmers what programmin
  6. I do believe you're right Willy2. A long time ago I did install .NET Framework on my XP system and if my memory serves me right, it did take a long time.
  7. I believe it's .NET Framework 3.5
  8. According to the info at hazelnut's link, 4.0 (or later) needs to be installed on XP, Vista SP2 & 7 SP1. I decided to use .NET Framework 4 and not a later version in order to include XP users, even though they would need to install .NET Framework 4 (later versions cannot be installed on XP). On advice from some programmers I was informed that it's best to not develop in .NET framework earlier than 4.0 in order to take advantage of better coding. Andavari, I agree that some people will skip my program if they need to download .NET Framework 4 but hopefully this will not stop too ma
  9. @ hazelnut, thank you so much for the link, it clarified quite a few things
  10. Hi hazelnut. This is a little bit off topic, but here goes: I'm developing my program using .NET Framework 4.0. I gather you have Windows 7, would you know if most Windows 7 users would have .NET Framework 4 or higher due to updates from Microsoft?
  11. razz

    ublock users

    Thank you for drawing our attention to this. Like you, I also uninstalled Avira Browser Safety in favour of uBlock Origin.
  12. razz

    ublock users

    "uBlock Origin" was recommended to me on another forum and I installed it a few days ago in my Chrome browser. Seems really good.
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