Re: I am a 60 year old "user"...
Date: Sat, 29 Nov 2003 19:17:10 -0400
One nice (free) way is to download the Google Toolbar
(http://toolbar.google.com/). just follow the steps and choose the option
where you allow google to send anonymous info (no harm in it). This will
give you the full potential of the toolbar.
"Frank M. Durham" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> How the hell do I get rid of Pop-Ups and cookies? I
> have XP Professional on my machine. I relly don't do much
> with this machine but Email, write and sometimes do
> research on the Internet. Pop-Ups and cookie driven crap
> are about to drive me nuts.
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