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  • Jim E.
    Jan 9, 2014
      Don't you mean AVG <http://www.avg.com/> I use the free version on
      three of our PCs.

      Graciously,
      Jim E.
      Lakewood, Calif.
      All Hail Rube Goldberg!


      iron stone wrote:
      >
      >
      > I'd suggest AVP as good virus scanner
      >
      >> On Dec 20, 2013 12:08 PM, "Andy M" <trumpy81@...
      >> <mailto:trumpy81@...>> wrote:
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      >>
      >> GDay buffumjr18,
      >>
      >> Yeah, Yahoo like to be nagged at ... lol ... It's the only way to
      >> communicate with them.
      >>
      >> The Yahoo Mail problem has two possibilities, 1. you have a slow
      >> internet connection (between you and Yahoo) 2. Symantec!!
      >>
      >> I have not used ANY Symantec product since Ghost v9.0 and for very good
      >> reason. Symantec like to use everything that Microsoft offers and as a
      >> result, if you take out something in Microsoft Windows, you also take
      >> out Symantec. That's a rather useless defence against malware and virus
      >> if you ask me.
      >>
      >> Dump Symantec and install Microsoft Security Essentials, you'll be much
      >> better off period! MSE is free and comes in an XP flavour too ;)
      >>
      >> GMail, if you like selling your soul to the devil ... lol
      >>
      >> Avoid it if you can. Likewise with Chrome. You wont be aware of the
      >> problems with these programs, but trust me, evil things are happening in
      >> the background.
      >>
      >> I would recommend using Thunderbird. If you have ever used Outlook
      >> Express then Thunderbird is laid out in a similar fashion although there
      >> have been a lot of enhancements to Thunderbird in comparison.
      >>
      >> --
      >> Regards
      >> Andy M
      >>
      >> buffumjr18@... <mailto:buffumjr18@...> wrote:
      >> > Frustration level high. After all this time, Yahoo decided it was in
      >> > the "too hard to do" box, and terminated the case. No contact to me,
      >> > except that notification, that I hadn't nagged them in the last 72
      >> > hours, so they considered it solved.
      >> >
      >> > Having trouble with Yahoo Mail, too. I'll type about 50 characters, and
      >> > it takes more than a minute for that to appear on the screen, one
      >> > character at a time. I am not having trouble with any other website on
      >> > the web, just Yahoo. Characters appear immediately here, so why not
      >> > Yahoo Mail?
      >> >
      >> > Considering GMAIL. Also, considering Chrome.
      >> >
      >> > Lord help us! Watch out for Symantec's program that enters passwords
      >> > for you!. It nags you to log on, if you're not logged on to that
      >> > service. You can't stop it. They can't stop it. It's INSANELY
      >> > annoying! I deleted MS Messenger for the same reason! Nag nag nag! I
      >> > hope this doesn't become universal, to nag you into compliance.
      >>
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      >
      > No virus found in this message.
      > Checked by AVG - www.avg.com <http://www.avg.com>
      > Version: 2013.0.3462 / Virus Database: 3658/6953 - Release Date: 12/27/13
      >
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