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  • I found this on the Wikipedia article about the movie. I had never heard this term before. The title refers to the task of taking immigrants back home, which was typically a man's job to carry out, hence The Homesman . Larry On Apr 25, 2015 4:32 PM, "loro tabbie@^$1 [ntb-OffTopic]" < ntb-OffTopic@^$2 > wrote: Hi, Saw the movie The Homesman. What is a homesman? It's impossible to...
    Larry Hamilton Apr 25
  • I suggest clearing temp files, using something like ccleaner. Just be careful with any cookies saving your passwords. Defragment after this. I have seen gigabytes of disk space freed up on some computers. Windows really should clear the temp directory on regular basis. There is no reason to keep temporary files for years. Malwarebytes is a good tool with a free version that can...
    Larry Hamilton Nov 23, 2012
  • On Fri, Oct 5, 2012 at 8:42 PM, loro wrote: > > Nuh. It just says XP Home. So I have a 64 bit processor and a 32 bit > OS? I guess that means I can't run 64 bit programs? > > Lotta > Hey Lotta, 64-bit hardware can run 32-bit OS, but 32-bit OS can't do 64-bit software. But 64-bit OS can do 32-bit software. It is the same thing that happened when processors went from 8-bit to 16-bit...
    Larry Hamilton Oct 6, 2012
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  • On Sun, Jan 30, 2011 at 5:51 AM, loro wrote: > Axel wrote: > >Don't I know it. There's a "fall of" instead of "fall off" by me in this > >very thread. I've done worse in official papers handed in to the > >university. > > What's irritating with those small words, is that if native English > speakers make those mistakes it's just a typo. If we do them people > sometimes think we don...
    Larry Hamilton Jan 30, 2011
  • Charles, This is very suspicious behavior. I recommend avoiding anything to do with this until you have done a thorough scan of your system. I recommend using the free version of MalwareBytes from http://www.malwarebytes.org/mbam.php. Do the full scan after updating to the latest signature file. I also recommend that you get up-to-date anti-virus software. A good free one is...
    Larry Hamilton Dec 30, 2009
  • M$ was supposed to roll IE8 out as an optional upgrade, but suddenly and without warning reversed course and put it on the high priority update, so millions installed it without being asked, if they had the option set to automatically install. You can "refuse" and update on a computer by computer basis. There is some sort of option when IE8 comes up, to "hide" further notifications...
    Larry Hamilton Jun 24, 2009
  • M.M. wrote: > Hello, > There are some 'Computer's Maintenance Programs' I found on the net, and I > would like to "adopt" one, but first I would like to ask > you some opinion about any of these, (if you were/are useing some), I read > some reviews, but you know... or if there are some doing the job better. > The list order is at random > 1. TuneUp Utilities > 2. AShampoo...
    Larry Hamilton Mar 29, 2009
  • Dave wrote: > Hi > any one found a good program to copy,move ,delete in NTFS when one in DOS > that might be free. > THANKYOU DAVE M There are a few that can read NTFS from DOS, I am not sure if there are any that can alter NTFS from DOS. One I have used is Read NTFS: http://software.lsoft.net/readntfs.exe *NTFS Reader DOS Boot Disk* provides read access to NTFS drives from the MS...
    Larry Hamilton Jan 1, 2009
  • Edward wrote: > Axel wrote: > >> Easier still, if you close NoteTab with that file still open it will be >> > opened the next time you call the program. > > Axel > So far no matter what I do it opens to a blank page. I thought that should > be the way it worked but not now. So I opened NoteTab Light and it works > that way, the correct way that you stated. Why pro will not do that...
    Larry Hamilton Nov 28, 2008
  • M.M. wrote: > Hello > First Thanks to all for your answers. > And to Larry: Sorry, I do not follow you, starting your answer you recommed > installing OS AND all other programs into "C" (same partition and has to be > big enough), and further you say that you install the programs to "E" which > is another partition, how come??, as I said - I do not follow, please > explain...
    Larry Hamilton Sep 6, 2008