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  1. Anthony A

    firefox 03.0.03

    How are you pronouncing it? I think it works if you pronounce it as PAUSE-EEE-MO
  2. Anthony A

    firefox 03.0.03

    Firefox 2 is very good. It's 3 thats the problem and I'm sure the bugs will get worked out.
  3. Anthony A

    firefox 03.0.03

    I should register that and get credit as the official creator of that acronym
  4. I don't get that? Easy Home Page is not a user script I have no idea why it's mentioned there.
  5. The CCleaner uninstaller is not even close to Zsoft. There is no scan done. Have you used Zsoft or Total Uninstall?
  6. Anthony A

    firefox 03.0.03

    Yeah it's POS IMO. Sure it still has all the extensions that make FF great but the slowness and clunkiness are as bad as IE. I am still using FF2 but mostly using Opera.
  7. To respond to your first question. The images folder in the profile folder is perfectly safe to delete. In fact in the Opera Clear Private Data dialog there is an option that will clean that folder it's called "Clear Bookmark Visited Time". I run it rarely because doing so dumps that folder and you lose all your bookmarks favicons every time you do it. Of course they come back as you visit the sites again. Here is a shot of the dialog. For your second question. I don't have the VPS files or I can't find them looking through my profile folder. I am using a single user install and I use
  8. The links bar in IE7 is enabled by right clicking the tool bar and then you see a list of tool bars to check or un check. Than add the sites you want to it.
  9. I don't understand this question. You say you want something similar to Firefox's Bookmarks Tool Bar? Thats what the "Links" bar is in IE7. This does not however open IE with pages already tabbed like you want nor does the Firefox Bookmarks Tool Bar. I can't figure out what you are asking for.
  10. What warning? If you use the free version you get a a pop up that tells you you are using the free version and it is limited. This happens only once per day the first time you launch Sandboxie. It sounds like to me you have quick recovery set to notify you every time that you add a file to a recoverable folder. This can be turned off. The way I have it set is that I use what ever program I am using as normal than when I close the program it automatically deletes the sandbox unless I have something in a recoverable folder than it warns me and asks if I want to recover it.
  11. How did you come to that conclusion?
  12. Yeah Woody definitely got the better end of that deal
  13. IMO Returnil and Sandboxie are very different. I would use Returnil for when I want to try out an app. Reboot and the app is gone. Sandboxie is better for browsing or running a specific program. You don't virtualize the whole system just the program and the files it needs to run and no reboot to get out of it. I also had a system get destroyed with Returnil. Removed an older version of Returnil and installed a newer version and could not boot. Prior to that I was a big fan but now I don't use it.
  14. Sandboxie has a free version. It has some limitations compared to the paid version but nothing I miss.
  15. Yes to all your questions. Do a search on here there are many threads about it.
  16. Yeah I know but in a few days when I manually check for updates it will update with the internal updater. I don't care if it's a few days behind. I hardly ever scan with Windows Defender. I only keep it because I already have it installed and it's not causing any problems. I wouldn't install it again though I have several other apps I prefer to it.
  17. You can uncheck the advert and it will go away but appear again the next time you launch Foxit. A couple versions ago you could make that advert disappear permanently. Andavari I agree with you. The advert is a minor annoyance to put up with for free use of a great app. I was just curious if the little fix worked on this version.
  18. I know on the last update you couldn't make the advert disappear in the way Dennis D figured out with other versions. Is that still a problem with this update?
  19. This my current version info. It will eventually update with the internal updater.
  20. I have Windows Defender installed and use the built in updater. Is this a different program or the same thing?
  21. Yes you can exclude the Thunderbird Inbox from being sandboxed using that option. What happens than is anything in your folders will be really there not sandboxed but when you open the the email it's opened in Thunderbird Sandboxed and you are protected from an infected email. When you close TB the sandbox is emptied and all the crap that was in the infected email with it but the email is still in your inbox because the inbox was not sandboxed.
  22. I use Firefox and Thunderbird. I also use Sandboxie. Sandboxie is a great program to use with any app that you are going to connect to the Internet with. I will use Firefox sandboxed if I am going to be visiting unfamiliar sites or a site I have doubts about. I do this with all browsers I use though. Buttom line is that Sandboxie is excellent and works well with Firefox and Thunderbird.
  23. I spent the last few days setting up an HP laptop for the G friend. Came with Vista Home Premium which I am not impressed with but thats another story. It came with Norton Internet Security installed. I was fortunate that the uninstall was fairly smooth and painless. I first went to the Norton start menu item and selected uninstall. It finished it's routine and I rebooted. I then ran the Norton Removal Tool to clean up. Rebooted and ran the tool again. Rebooted and Ran CCleaner's reg tool and there were only a couple entries for Norton/Symantec . Installed Avira AntiVir. No problems. I'm sur
  24. Anthony A

    Acronis

    You can make an image of the HD and put that image on a CD/DVD or Extrenal HD. Boot from a recovery disk and restore the image to a brand new empty HD . Isn't that what you are doing? Just to clarify. I'm not saying there is anything wrong with Acronis. It has an excellent reputation. I am saying the programs I use do what I need and more and for free.
  25. Anthony A

    Acronis

    Has nothing to do with not wanting to spend 6 what evers. I am totally happy with Macrium Reflect Free and Drive Image XML. They are installed and working perfectly for me. I have all the features I want and need and both are lite non bloated apps. I would have gained nothing with Acronis that I would have used. I wouldn't have installed Acronis even if it was free.
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