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Re: Google Chrome
« Reply #20 on: September 10, 2008, 04:19:57 PM »
I just shot it a few times, it backed down after that.

Actually I'm not sure what you mean. If you mean keeping it from running, I just installed it on a second (smaller) hard drive I had from an older computer. I set my main hd to slave mode and set it as a second hd, so I was able to keep all my stuff. Ubuntu won't open some windows (mp3, exe) files "out of the box" but you can download dll's, applications, etc to fix that.
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« Reply #21 on: September 11, 2008, 01:08:46 PM »
hey guys:

I'm still behind times I guess, I'm still using my old pent 3 550 PC I built in I think 1998 or 99.  :D

I'm still using win 98 SE and FF 2.xx for browsing but things are getting worse.  Yahoo just upped their software and I'm now having a lot of difficulties getting access as each time I check a stock using yahoo it will start to crash...  :(   getting stuff to work with old software is really getting bad too.  I'm sick of MS stiff as you can see once I get something working I'm fine with it...)  they want to you always buy the NEXT best thing and FORCE you to by un-supporting every thing prior.   I've been looking at wondering about the unix stuff and also since FF 3 will not work on Win98SE I can't up date there anyone know about CHROME & 98se? 
((EDIT IN( got my answer fast only for VISTA and XP SP2)  now about the other windows replacements?)))

anyhow I'm going ot check but was wondering if anyone knew
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Re: Google Chrome
« Reply #22 on: September 11, 2008, 01:14:02 PM »
It should be easy to find out Spiker. Man I bet you drive a vehicle until it falls apart, then put it back together with bailing wire and duct tape and keep on trucking. :D 

That's me too almost. I suggest looking into linux or unix because they don't use near the resources windows does. It's not an easy thing to switch to, and get all the plugins and make all the tweaks necessary though unless you already have a ton of computer knowledge and I do not.

I am all for making the most out of computers but IMO it's time you consider upgrading your hardware and software.  ;D
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« Reply #23 on: September 11, 2008, 01:59:35 PM »
It should be easy to find out Spiker. Man I bet you drive a vehicle until it falls apart, then put it back together with bailing wire and duct tape and keep on trucking. :D 

(Yep I have 2 broken trucks now I have to fix. brake line and a trans cooler line)

That's me too almost. I suggest looking into linux or unix because they don't use near the resources windows does. It's not an easy thing to switch to, and get all the plugins and make all the tweaks necessary though unless you already have a ton of computer knowledge and I do not.

I am all for making the most out of computers but IMO it's time you consider upgrading your hardware and software.  ;D

( that is what every one says, I've been looking at a new laptop I am awaiting for big sales coming ;) )

I have the brake lines in the trunk now as well as the trans line materials.   I haven't been able to move around since early JUNE when my back went out and has really caused things to get out of hand. grass (field now) needs brush hogged down and the two trucks need fix-n I'm finally walking around after surgery (which is why I was looking at lap tops I can't set very long still).

anyhow off to lay down back acting up after the car fixing yesterday brake rotor was bad and pads. so I was gonna drive truck home and it blew a brake line hadn't drove it in months setting in yard.   Fired right up (it's a ford ;) ) :D

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