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  1. Not a few years, but it took awhile. And yup, still in that field. More than half done my career already. My kids were babies, one not even born when I joined this forum, and now they are all so big. Life is good.
  2. Haven't been here in awhile, but I still see some of the same names from days gone by. Pretty cool that a forum can last so long! I've been using ccleaner since close to the beginning, and it is still one of my go to apps. Use it on my pixel xl, my pc, and put it on any computers i help tidy up, etc. Nice to see this has been enduring and still getting regular updates.
  3. Webmail Notifier https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/webmail-notifier/ When you have lots of children like I do, and several emails, and 7 household computers, this extension is essential.
  4. I have a hardware one built into my router, but only use the windows built in software firewall. I tried a bunch, and to be honest, I found that so much of the security stuff out there was as bad as the malware for slowing things down and such. I just keep all private stuff on an external and turned off when surfing, and use common sense when opening emails and going to web sites.
  5. I think out of the freeware ones Avira probably has the best detection rate, but i couldn't stand the look of it. I hated the nag screen with it and went to Avast though. Out of the paid for products probably Kaspersky has the best detection rate, but i went with second best Nod32, just really liked it. Next year I might make the change to Kaspersky to give it a shot.
  6. I use my hardware firewall (router is WRT350N) and the built in Vista one. I tried a ton of freeware ones and always had problems with them so I just 86'd them and went to stock and couldn't be happier.
  7. Depends what you want to use it for. I have 2 drives on my desktop, each is 500 gb. Didn't bother partitioning either.....but should have with the primary drive. Whichever drive has your operating system on it only needs to be big enough to hold your operating system with room for program additions, etc. If it was me, I wouldn't have my "C" drive any bigger then 50 gb or so....and use the rest for storage and such.
  8. Heres a list in case anyone is interested in trying out some different sites: Datafilehost http://www.datafilehost.com/ Easy Share http://www.easy-share.com/ Imagebam http://www.imagebam.com/ Jccorp http://jccorp.net//index.php?option=com_wr...r&Itemid=46 Photobucket http://photobucket.com/?special_track=nav_logo Picleech http://pic.leech.it/ Screenshots http://www.screenshots.cc/ Uploadhouse http://www.uploadhouse.com/ Yeuxverts http://images.yeuxverts.net// heres a few more: http://www.pictiger.com/ http:
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