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I have cleared all old history, done malware check, restarted the computer. I am 70 yrs old and haven't a clue
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
select the start button then control panel then add remove programs. find any program with google on it and uninstall it. that should do it. also in your browser you can click on view, toolbars, and uncheck any google stuff. good luck!
Posted on Jul 31, 2008
try doing a system restore on it. To tell You the truth I can't stand Norton because if You miss one of the updates it just doesn't seem to work. I had Norton a long time ago and got rid of it. All My family and friends that had it got rid of theirs also. Hope that helps You out. You can contact Me at email@example.com if You have more questions.
Posted on May 25, 2009
What Email are you using??
If you are doing internet based web mail,(you have to log into a website to see it) you are loosing your connection intermittently. Other browsing of the web could run without caring about the crop. If you are using pc based email that uses the internet to send you still might have an intermittent connection. Your program definitely thinks it is talking to a server and the connection is dropping. If this is totally on your PC and you have only one drive you would have other problems if the drive were failing.
Posted on Sep 10, 2009
Well, the buffering on you tube is purely proportional with the speed of the internet connection you have, it means that the video plays faster than that which your internet connection is able to load, thus it starts to buffer.
To solve this you need to upgrade your internet connecting, upgrading the performance of your computer itself will have no effect on the internet connection.
As for the upgrading of your desktop, if you are happy with the performance, you don't need to upgrade. Most common upgrade is ram modules, which makes loading programs and such faster.
I would say a good method of knowing it is time to upgrade is to have a look if the parts for your computer is still widely available, if so, and you are happy with the performance, don't upgrade. If the parts for your desktop is discontinued of not very widely available, i would say it is a good choice to upgrade. Hope this can help you.
Posted on Nov 17, 2009
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