Monthly Archives: November 2013

Websites.. mine in particular..

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I know what HTML is, but I can’t compile it. I need serious help, and up until recently, it came from use of FrontPage 2003. It was the last of the breed of ‘easy to use’ Microsoft WYSIWYG HTML editors and has been discontinued. Attention was turned towards a more professional tool, and Expression Web… Continue reading Websites.. mine in particular..

Recent errors over the last seven days..

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It doesn’t get any better. The only critical errors I get now are induced by shutting down the system by turning the PC off vial the power supply switch. It happened last time because I was trying out an intransigent HD5450 video card which could output no video, not on this PC anyway. On others,… Continue reading Recent errors over the last seven days..

On your marks – ESET– gone..

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Well, that didn’t last too long. Two days short of a month, my re-acquaintance with ESET NOD32 is over. Why? The default settings block way too much stuff. In automatic mode, you don’t get any popups re letting stuff through the firewall, only for updates. In Interactive mode, the popups never stop unless you search… Continue reading On your marks – ESET– gone..

Follow-up to my post “MSE – a breach of trust… “

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There has been a new statement released by Holly Stewart which back pedals somewhat from what she was originally quoted as saying. The new quote is: "Our goal is to provide great antimalware solutions for our consumer and business customers. I hope this blog demonstrates how committed we are in raising the bar for ourselves… Continue reading Follow-up to my post “MSE – a breach of trust… “