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  1. yr3750

    clearwire

    thinking about switching to a pc card for wireless internet so i can use my laplop anywhere i travel and to get rid of my cable and modem...does anyone have experience with the company called clearwire...feedback/suggestions about other companies or options available to me would be appreciated...thx
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    ie8

    does anyone know if there is a way to permanently "kill" these dropdown menu's? thx
  3. want to use one of them...please advise...thx
  4. thanks Stryker...I will follow your advice and see if it works
  5. for some reason I cannot find any instructions to help me delete my free aol/aim email acoount...any support will be appreciated...thanks
  6. cops are above the law...just ask them...better yet, just observe them on the highways
  7. I didn't download IE8, but noticed something about a Silverlight Agreement where the browser sends data back to Microsoft? Is this something new...or, do all IE browsers send data to microsoft? Can that feature be disabled on IE8? Thanks in advance for any replies. By the way, I have been trying Apple's Safari Browser...I find that I am starting to like it...it has some great features.
  8. okay...i will download ImgBurn...thanks for the support
  9. thanks for the feedback...as you can tell i seldom have a need to back-up documents or copy items to a cd...currently, i just have 2 short Word documents that i needed to back-up...the process above worked...however, i will start looking for a third-party CD/DVD burner to make things easier for me in the future...thanks again
  10. oops...forgot to add instructions so here they are Choose the Mastered format when you need a highly compatible disc that will play in computers with an older version of Windows or in media devices such as CD and DVD players that can read digital music and video files. For more information about choosing a disc format, see Which CD or DVD format should I use? 1. Insert a writeable CD or DVD into your computer's CD or DVD recorder. 2. In the dialog box that appears, click Burn files to data disc. 3. In the Burn a Disc dialog box, type a name for this disc, and then click Show formatting options. 4. Click Mastered, and then click Next. An empty disc folder opens. 5. Open the folder that contains the files you want to burn, and then drag the files into the empty disc folder. 6. On the toolbar, click Burn to disc. The selected files are copied to the disc. When the disc burning is complete, the disc burner tray will open and you can remove the disc. You can now use the disc in another computer or media device. This type of disc does not need to be closed.
  11. found instructions....windows vista users may want to read and keep handy...bye ps: windows vista really SUCKS! the more i use it the more i dislike it...........
  12. still somewhat new to windows vista and everyday there is another surprise...can any windows vista users explain how to back-up a couple of word documents...on my windows xp i just insert a cd into the disk drive and copy the documents...windows vista wants to format the cd...i let it format which takes about 15 to 20 minutes...it always goes through the formatting process and comes back "format was unsuccessful"...after that it appears that the new cd is no longer readable or useable...anyway, i tried to use both the auto back-up program, as well as tried to format it manually...when i just try to copy the files manually, it still wants to format the disk...help me if you can...thanks
  13. is there a conventional wisdom as to whether it is better to turn a computer on/off several times a day...or, just leave it on all day...or, just leave it on all the time (day & night) with just an occasional reboot once or twice during the week? thanks...
  14. i've been testing safari...and, have come to like it over firefox...
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    Windows Defender

    is there another similar program...one that's worthwhile...or, am i better off without anything? a long time ago i used ca's pest patrol...but, i thought it was bothersome
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