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It uses WebKit ; thus, as long as it gets updated to the latest WebKit version, it will work.

 

>>Whew<< Relief.

 

Good Grief, every time I post something like that I am reminded just how little I know about this stuff...WebKit...right...of course.

 

Warning: Controversial, hard-headed, retrogressive opinion follows. Parental discretion is advised.

 

The whole business is just a big upsell, a conspiracy to require you to buy new stuff, hardware, software, etc...instituted by ********* because dusty old WXP works too well. :P

 

There! A controversial statement. Hope it doesn't start a brawl.

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Deactivating your account just 'suspends' it, it doesn't delete it. It can be reactivated at any time, Alan. I don't know if there's a way to delete an account, I'd have to research it.

 

Hope this helps you :-)

Actually I followed the procedure outlined in the item entitled "Deleting your Facebook account (FAQ)" which warned against deactivating.

http://news.cnet.com/8301-27080_3-20005556-245.html?tag=mncol;posts

 

I do NOT know if it is still pretended to be possible because this site was also true at the time but now has a prominent warning

NOTE this scanner is not fully compatible with the latest Facebook privacy settings,

so please be sure you check your privacy settings manually yourself.

The site is

http://www.reclaimprivacy.org/

 

It is quite possible that along with the privacy changes Facebook no longer pretends to delete an account.

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