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You guys might want to help these guys out a little bit. They do after all give us a place to have a bit of fun.
I used to do this at HC. Whenever you come back in, before you share your wisdom, hit one of those advertisement windows on the side bar. I do it and sometimes even buy some things from people like Amazon.
It will help our guys pay a few bills
Before there was space or time there was rock and roll.
Mt lives in a different world I think.
a world without ad block i think
True. I have Trend and windows washer. They work great.
I don't even know what that means.
Wait, you mean..... you guys don't even see any of those? Hmmmm..... I still click on them now and then. Why not, there are only about 3 of them. You aren't required to buy anything.
Nope, I don't see anything.
nope, not a thing....i do have adblocker for chrome though
Trend Micro is a better than Norton anti virus etc. software that I really like. Windows Washer is also a software program that does just what the name implies. Run it and it wipes out temp files, cookies, history and so on. It will restore MB's to your system in a few minutes. It also has a feature that will erase your entire hard drive should you want to sell your computer. I know, radical.
Oh. I just open it up and use it.
Yeah. You have to buy them both but they aren't that expensive, and worth the money.
I just assume my husband takes care of that kind of stuff. He has to be good for something.
i got my laptop at staples, and out of the box, the only thing i removed from it was Norton.
as opposed to best buy where you spend 45-60 minutes uninstalling all the garbage they throw on there, just so they can get the dopes to spend $100 to have geek squad remove all that garbage and to make their installation disks
I'll stay out of the domestic affairs. Tell him about Windows Washer though. I love it. I think I pay about 15 bucks a year for it. Check it out. If you do a lot of internet it will restore lots of MB's. Could cover your tracks too. Not that you leave any.
I got mine from dell with pretty much nothing on it but the XP OS. They did include some trial programs like Excell etc.
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