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Old 06-12-2004, 10:37 PM   #21
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Originally Posted by shockingu
it works fine for me, doesnt shut down msn atall. i think my comps diff 2 other ppls lol
Now where getting somewhwere.
Now you see why i don't recommend MSN.
It trys to strangle you.Get rid of it.There are other ways to do what it messes you up with.
Is Mr. BG as honest as you think ? He probably has more spyware gimmicks than anyone.

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Old 06-13-2004, 05:25 AM   #22
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for me, if explorer ends either by way of crashing, or if I terminate it at the task manager. everything stays how it is...

all my programs come back to life exactly as they were. I don't loose any work from open document. if I'm listening to music all I get is a slight skip before it carries on... The onl way to accomplish what you what to do (as I understand) is to either lock the computer and change the password so that your sister cannot use the computer. unplug the keyboard/mouse, or get one of those physical keyboard lock things like they use to have on computers where the turn of a key stops the keyboard from working.

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