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  1. johnoo

    No Problems?

    Great to see that members are not reporting problems perhaps due to better technology & also expertise of members. But are the Moderators looking at ways of changing/enhancing this great old forum to keep interest alive?
  2. johnoo

    New Home page design

    Thanks, back to normal now. Hagd
  3. johnoo

    New Home page design

    AFAIK I have not done anything, but the RH bar is missing!
  4. johnoo

    New Home page design

    Has on my system, the RHS list of current topics is not showing. I've also gone into the forum without using Bookmark & still the same Also what does AFAIK MEAN?
  5. A step backwards? Please bring back the old design, especially the righthand side bar of current posts Thanks
  6. johnoo

    What Browser are you using ?

    Chrome is too hard & it's only a very thin layer. I like the firey fox, it's mint!
  7. johnoo

    Moz Back Up

    Milly, Try KLS also free:- http://www.kls-soft.com/klsmailbackup/
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    Because I'm with BT Yahoo & I have got very annoyed about Adverts/Spam getting through/Log In procedure. Also T.Bird has more capabilities, examples:- Templates/Ability to "Save As" mail to "C" drive/better search facility
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    Andsome, Very interesting because I suffer from same problem with 2 organizations & e mails from them. They are well known UK groups & I have the e mail address set up in T/Bird but their e mails go to Bulk Mail. Have no idea how to correct but you are not alone!
  10. Alan, Suggest just sit back & allow M/Soft to sort it out, but it may take some time!
  11. Have posted this problem onto the M/Soft web forum, this was the answer received:- The new update has introduced a new problem into Windows 10 - it is no longer able to calculate space used on a folder or drive which contains sub folders, lots of users are reporting this problem since the new update. Hopefully, Microsoft will resolve this issue in the next cumulative update . . . So problem solved, for now!
  12. Just to be sure I have run the defrag again, but arrived at similar results. If I now look at the (C) Usage/Free Summery the figures are 400/43.5Gb But if I go through the individual elements within (C) the usage is 74.3Gb, the details of this are as follows:- Documents 6.78/Music 2.66/Picturs 15.7/Prog Files 1.91/Prog Files X86 5.02/Prog Data 16.7/Users 4.93/Windows 20.6/plus a few Mb's This sums to a total usage of 74.3Gb as against the Summery figure of 400Gb Also to confirm, using Windirstat:- This shows as a summery Used 400.4Gb, Free 43.6Gb But looking at the details the usages are:- Users 34.8/Prog Data 16.8/Windows 15.9/Prog Files 5.0/Files 3.2/Prog Files 1.8 This sums to usage of 77.86 ( including a few small items) So the individual details by adding the usage of elements in (C) are usage of 74.3 with Windirstat showing usage of as 77.86 So why is the top level usage figure by checking on (C) showing as 400Gb? I'm confused, are you?
  13. Went into "Cortana" on Task Bar typed in Defrag, & it came up with Desktop App. "Defragment & Optimise Drive"
  14. Thanks now done that & updated results show (C) capacity of 444Gb with 45.2Gb free Questions:- 1 I would have thought that the "Old Stuff" would have been deleted when new version is installed, why does this not happen? 2 Does a (C) usage of 398.8Gb seem reasonable for Windows 10 version 1803? 3 Does a free capacity of 45.2Gb, ie 10% of the drive seem acceptable? Now for a glass of Wine!

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