Re: Question for Nick Skrepetos
- From: "Pam" <phfloresnospam@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 30 Nov 2005 20:54:24 -0800
Leythos, thanks for the info... I'll have to check out MS' recommendations
for security settings, and then, as you say, could remove Google. But since
it's free, I'm not sure if I want to bother, unless you have advice that
running it may be bad for some reason, or if Google decides to start
charging for it's use.
"Leythos" <void@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
> In article <OqLn#$i9FHA.3876@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>,
> phfloresnospam@xxxxxxxxxxx says...
>> Thanks Nick for the link to the popup test... I tried all of the test's
>> from "Multi PopUp Test" to "Sticky PopUp," and on 'everyone' I didn't see
>> single pop up. I'm not using a non standard browser, but I do have Java
>> That was interesting to see that my ad blocker is working properly
> Pam, I don't have any blockers (pop-up) installed on my computer. I
> tested with FireFox 1.0.7 and with IE 6 (fully patched and set as MS
> suggests) and didn't see ANY popups with IE and only 1 with FireFox.
> If you setup IE properly you might not have to run the extra software to
> block pop-ups.
> remove 999 in order to email me
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