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  2. A day or so late but I doubt anybody noticed or cared overmuch, here goes with the September donation to the anti tedium fund. Hiryu High School Wadaiko Club-The 2nd National High School Taiko Koshien Grand Prize Mt. Fuji Taiko Festival
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    v5.71.7971 (14 Sep 2020) The update includes cleaning improvements to Spotify and Firefox cleaning and all users can now opt out of offers for other products. Cleaning Firefox internet cache cleaning now includes startup cache New! Added cleaning for Spotify to clean cached songs (but not your saved songs for offline use) Privacy Settings All users can now opt out of offers for other products
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  5. As far as I am concerned this has been resolved! I am not sure how, or even if I can, mark it as such. So if a moderator could assist me in doing so I would appreciate it very much. John
  6. 1) I seem to remember someone on a forum saying he was running Outlook 2003 on a computer with the Windows 10 Operating System and that all of its functions were working. I have had Outlook 2003 since it first come out I and I installed it on my Laptop when it was purchased three years ago. I haven't been using it because I use Outlook Express Classic Free, which serves my needs. But, I recently though I would see if it still worked. I can send emails but I can't receive them. So at least in my case it isn't compatible. Basically I was just curious. 2) I have not read this particular article but I will. Thanks for replying, I appreciate it. Note: Why there is still interest in old technology? Most likely it is because people purchased the old software when they needed and used it daily and now hate to buy newer software to do what the older did satisfactorily plus they only need to use it periodically.
  7. Why the interest in using 17 year old technology ? Have you read this https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/msoffice/forum/all/outlook-2003-stopped-working-after-windows-10/2bae8122-d012-4381-b617-210882aeb0ca which seems to indicate you can get it to work ?
  8. Just curious, is anyone using Microsoft Outlook 2003 with Windows 10. I know they said the two or not compatible but sometimes strange things happen. Thanks in advance for any replies. John
  9. And with a fizzle not a bang it ends, I did rejoin to say a few farewells but in common with all users we've been anonymized and I am now officially " Anon-2462831 ". I did post a link here but as we've not had any new accounts set up since Barbican 75 in April and he/she has proven a person of few words, it looks as if we've not pulled in any new blood.
  10. Perhaps you should drop them a link and invite them over here ? Neither forum exactly prospering but unless Craig decides to pull the plug we do at least have a viable platform that forum users could migrate to. Just a thought.
  11. I am still registered there, but only an occasional visitor.
  12. Looks as If I jumped ship just in time as Techadvisor forum has just announced it's closing up shop on 2nd September. Can't say I'm surprised, after the last redesign of the website the forums vanished from the main toolbar and were consigned to the bottom of a dropdown menu on the "More" tab. Hardly the best spot if you actually have any interest in people finding and using it. This design faux pas was pointed out by several users including yours truly but was never corrected, which rather confirmed that the powers that be had lost interest and wanted an excuse to bury it.
  13. Good, I'm glad to hear it ☺️ This eating out can be a bit variable depending on the venue (or so I'm told, as I haven't tried it yet !),
  14. Not bad all things considered particularly for ninety two, still fully compos mentis. We go out shopping every week but have yet to resume the weekly dining out at a hostelry of her choice. We talk about it but I think she's still a bit wary of the covid situation so it keeps getting put off. We will have another think on it next week. You ?
  15. So you live in the real world, that explains a lot. Me I'm unsure, I think I may be fictional or perhaps a figment of your imagination. In which case may I suggest that you need a rest as coming up with something like me is a clear sign of a deranged mind.
  16. In the real world, my experience is somewhat different from this. I have upgraded 15 machines to version 2004 so far. These have been as much as ten years old - i.e. Intel 775s, AM2+. AM3, i3 (3rd generation) and i5 (3rd + 4th generation) None has had any problems at all - all have been advised that the update was available for download and installation. I have only come across one laptop - an i5-4200U Haswell ULT which has still not been given the go ahead to download/install.
  17. Thanks, reading the links you have given it appears to be a disaster! Think I will keep well away
  18. Depends on the Internet speed at your end, but some reports suggest the download is 4GB so it could take a while. There are also suggestions that the development path for 2004 has been far from smooth with a handy supply of bugs, many seem to have taken quite some time to fix. So unless you really want the security update it seems best practise to leave it as long as possible and have other users debug it for you and let Microsoft iron out the nasties before you bite the bullet. https://www.computerworld.com/article/3561635/bumps-on-the-road-to-the-win10-version-2004-rollout.html#:~:text=It's a big update - 4,down easy over many connections. https://www.computerworld.com/article/3199077/windows-10-a-guide-to-the-updates.html
  19. Currently using version 1909. What would be the D/Load plus install time for the new features version?
  20. Not sure I understand that as the clip was definitely there when originally posted, I could see it. I have successfully inserted an alternative which I'm sure the absentee contingent would enjoy were they not frequenting the optimistically titled Overfifties.
  21. Looked at it with various browsers on Linux and Windows and so far can't insert the youtube code successfully. I'll take another shot next month before applying my life motto;-
  22. Not on my Linux machine it doesn't All I can see in your post is a text box showing the url, must unlimber the Windows machine see if it looks different. As the first clip went AWOL try this.
  23. Doesn't seem to work Nick ? A simple https://www.youtube.com/embed/1D5q1ZyMpFo? does though !
  24. Well that answers that one, No it doesn't work. Rats. Try this link
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