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  1. hpg3

    hpg3

    Chuck, thank you again for the help
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    hpg3

    Chuck, as i said once, I'm 75 and this is all Greek to me. I think I'll just leave it alone. But, thank you
  3. Yes. I read some info on deleting Incredimail and it states that after you delete the program a file in the system will not delete. it's there if you change your mind and reinstall Incredimail. It contains all of your contacts and all emails. Iit's really not a big deal to delete it, so I could just leave it there if I would choose to reinstall the program. I think of all of the email programs available, this one is the simplest one to use. The only reason I got rid of it is because it was a 3rd party with Verizon. when Verizon dropped the email service, I had nothing but trouble getting it to work with AOL. I now use gmail as my primary email.
  4. everything says administrator Howard
  5. Chuck, thanks but I tried several times and it won't open. C did copy and paste Administrator /active:yes and changed some of the spaces but still no luck. keeps saying Windows can't find Administrator My wife and I are just leaving for a trip and I'll be back on Saturday. PC running Windows 7 home
  6. Chuck. thanks, I did get to the small black screen and typed the command on the directions shown below. . It keeps saying comand not recognized . I don't know what I'm doing wrong. Click the Windows 'Start' menu, then click 'Control Panel'. Click 'Add or Remove Programs'. Select 'IncrediMail'. Click 'Remove'. Once the uninstall is complete, restart your computer. Go to C:\Program Files\IncrediMail. Delete the 'bin' folder to completely remove IncrediMail from your computer.
  7. It's what was a DOS screen from windows.
  8. I just uninstalled Incredimail and the instructions on how to get rid of all files after the uninstall are reboot and then enter C:\program files\incredimail. Then delete the folder. I forgot how to get to the black screen to enter this.
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    IP Address

    got it Thanks
  10. where do I find my computers IP Address ?
  11. Chuck, thanks for the reply. My version did not have the setting so I called Norton. They told me that the new version that I have on my computer, removes they during the scan or as routine checks made by the program. I wonder how may other people had the problem. Been nice if they sent out a notice about the change.
  12. I've had Norton for over two years and any time that I ran a scan, it always found 20 or more tracking cookies. now, it finds none. I called Norton to ask why, and the rep from India said he had to take over my computer to check Norton program. I allowed him to do that and he stated he did not find any problems with the program but could not give me a reason why on tracking cookies don't show up. Then he told me that Norton specialist will clean my computer, give me three years of Malware and a few other items. . It took him over 10 minutes to get all of what they will do for me out. Then, at the end, he drops the bomb, the cost will be $299. Dose any body use Norton, if so , does it show the cookies at the end of the scan ?
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    Rootkits

    One thing about getting old, it sucks
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    Internet IE Ver 11

    Chuck, thanks again. I'm going to stick with Foxfire , the problem with IE locking up and slow is long gone. I can't believe how fast it is.
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    Internet IE Ver 11

    chuck, thanks for the help. My IE using MSN as a home page, has theCPU task manager bouncing up to 100 and down to 50 this usually locks u[p the page. I downloaded Firefox and it works perfectly and the CPU usage is very low. WOW , what a difference.