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Picking BitDefender For Antivirus Protection

I’ve been using Bitdefender for several years. I started using Bitdefender when I started referencing the AV-Comparatives website that independently tests the performance and security of antivirus software. Prior to that, I had been using Microsoft Security Essentials, Windows Defender. Unfortunately, by using Windows Defender, it allowed malware to infect my PC and it basically …

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Understanding Misunderstood Emails

With bad e-mail exchanges, it takes two to tango. If you’ve ever owned a computer, most likely, you’ve been on the Internet. One of the most common ways of communication on the Internet is email. Email is the established backbone of Internet communications. Email was there long before social media or instant messaging. If you …

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Thunderbird Plug-in: MRC Compose – Cool add-on

Do you use Mozilla Thunderbird and not like the way you address emails to others as your composing? I was checking out the new plug-ins for Thunderbird the other day and I noticed there’s a new plug-in called ‘MRC compose’… If you’re a longtime fan of Microsoft outlook or if you’re transitioning to another email …

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Working on vacation… is it worth it?

In corporate America, or just incorporate business environments, there’s always that discussion about the workers taking vacations and although those people take vacations, they are still on the job. They’re still checking e-mails, there still checking voicemails, making phone calls or attending meetings when they should be sitting on the beach enjoying their free time; …

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Mozilla Thunderbird v13 gets large attachment handling

While others may be flocking to the web for their e-mail handling/management, Thunderbird is still my e-mail application of choice, and I still think having my emails local, where I can filter, reply and compose is better than having to deal with the web interfaces; which, for me, seems like they are trying to catch …

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How I got Banned from Yahoo! Answers

I like to frequent forums and help people and I have spent a lot of time in the Windows Live Movie Maker and the Windows Live Writer forums as well; so, you can visit the forums and see where I make an attempt help users fix their issues with those types of issues. Out of …

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Adding Facebook friends – we need this feature…

Facebook is the greatest, the largest social network on the planet, right now. And it stillescapes me that people I don’t know want to friend me, although I do envite people to follow me… it’s funny because I only allow people on Facebook that I have personally met. I have the Facebook fear now that …

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Calling the wrong number via Texting can be funny?

The times when I was much younger, I can recall calling people at random at 3-4am and telling them that there was an elephant in the back yard and it was flying… and you could do that with anonymity because back then you didn’t had caller id. Let’s see, we didn’t have caller id, call …

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Social Networking with your Audio using Cinchcast.com

[Guest Blogger – Bryan Lee] Cinchcast.com or cinch as most people call it, is a service by the folks at BlogTalkRadio. The service is an audio-based one that allows you to record audio via a phone number, computer, iPhone or Android phone. Along with that, cinch also has some social media components where you can …

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Zemanta: Mozilla Thunderbird 3.1.3 > No Longer Supported

I was surprised today to find out that Zemanta no longer has a working plug-in for Mozilla’s Thunderbird. Although the plug-in is still listed under Mozilla’s plug-in gallery, you can’t install the plug-in into Thunderbird; it reports that the plug-in is not compatible. Recently there was news that Zemanta updated their plug-in for Windows Live …

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