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  1. I have done now (160 notifications in), but not ideal as I subscribe there for notifications of Piriform updates and I can't be the only one subscribed there getting an email fired at them for every post ever made, for a second time (And on a side note, surely risks email servers deciding piriform emails are spam due to volume being fired out)
  2. Aaaand the inbox overload has started AGAIN. About 100 emails so far, and still coming
  3. Probably long overdue, but just wanted to say thank you to Trium for being a one man Firefox notification service for us here
  4. I actually agree with this point. If this were any other software we would be kicking off about it installing spyware without user permission. That the software in question is (formerly) reputable should make no difference. Also it's becoming increasingly difficult to believe the "fix coming soon" that has been promised for a ridiculous time now is anything other than deliberate delaying to keep up Avast installs. It's such a simple fix that it is inconceivable to believe that a billion dollar company couldn't have fixed it straight away, let alone a year or two down the line!
  5. Yeah, I occasionally use (current version of) Tor and the difference doesn't bother me much. Just laziness and sticking with what I'm used to. But as my laptop also uses Win7 I can't really stick with an old browser as of today anyway, so not updating FF sharpish would be lazy AND dumb lol
  6. I'm still on the last pre-Quantum release on laptop, so FF is still quite delightful lol. Though I think I've given it long enough for addons that broke with FF60 to become functional again. Plus I quite like the privacy and anti-tracking functionality being added to FF at present, so will finally be making the jump to the NEW 'delightful' Firefox at some point. Probably
  7. Who wrote this? Mozilla or a dodgy chinese junkware dev
  8. I know I don't come here much anymore, but this is going too far
  9. I spoke too soon, another 34 emails this morning
  10. Well it does have a habit of sending 2 email notifications for any new post there, but 200 (or 212 to be precise) is a little OTT
  11. Well it SEEMS to have stopped now, none for the last two hours
  12. I'm getting one for every thread ever started in the announcements section. A small selection (there's 212 in total, so far):
  13. Just had my email inbox fill up with notifications for every post ever created in the announcements section EDIT: And they're STILL coming. About 250, over last 5 hours
  14. You don't delete EVERYTHING. After it's loaded drivers you can click the "Select old drivers" button and that will tick entries that probably aren't needed and can delete them if you want. Drivers which were installed on the computer when you got it may not be able to be deleted, so don't try to force delete any that it says can't be deleted. But as with anything like this, the risk is yours, make sure you have backups in case it all goes wrong. Personally I only use it to delete old nVidia drivers (which took up a big chunk of space), anything else takes up such negligible space it's not worth messing anything up for.
  15. "No entry loaded" at startup is normal, it usually takes 5-10 second to load (maybe longer). Same if you click refresh. "There are one or more open sessions" suggests you've multiple copies of the program running, check task manager to make sure there's not a copy running/hanging in the background.
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