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You Have 1 Week To Get This $50 Video Converter For Free 2 years 1 month ago godel

" allows you to download, rip, resize and edit videos"
Um, does this one actually rip, seeing as WinX has a ripper as a separate product?

Never the less, thanks for the tip, and thanks WinX.

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You Have 1 Week To Get This $50 Video Converter For Free 2 years 1 month ago webguy

They must have EXTENDED the DEADLINE.
The Digiarty page says valid until June 6 - https://www.winxdvd.com/giveaway/

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You Have 5 Days To Get This $59.95 Software For Free 2 years 3 months ago budchekov

Thanks rob and Digiarty, installed and activated, nice bit of gear and update from last year's freebie :)

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You Have 5 Days To Get This $59.95 Software For Free 2 years 3 months ago terrawarra

Does it shrink large 9.4 DVD size to fit on a 4.7 DVD ?

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You Have 5 Days To Get This $59.95 Software For Free 2 years 3 months ago crombierob

Some may be wondering what version this is ?
(I am)
I earlier have installed version 8.5
Is this giveaway version 8.5 ?

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You Have 5 Days To Get This $59.95 Software For Free 2 years 3 months ago jmjsquared

Rob, thanks for the heads-up.

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You Have 5 Days To Get This $59.95 Software For Free 2 years 3 months ago budchekov

Hmm, don't remember what the previous version was, this one says "Latest version : 8.5.0 Build Date : Apr.1, 2017"

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You Have 5 Days To Get This $59.95 Software For Free 2 years 3 months ago Third Eye

Is there any limit on the version being given away?

1. The version activated by Giveaway License works the same as the one being sold, which becomes a "free DVD ripper". But it won't let you update.

2. Only when you purchase the Full Version can you enjoy lifetime free upgrade and take advantage of all new features and enhanced functions.

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You Need To Uninstall Quicktime For Windows 3 years 3 months ago pvilan

Thanks Rob.
Excellent your advice to uninstall QuickTime. Actually, I uninstalled it years ago when I began to use VLC to watch *.mov videos. That was the only reason to have QuickTime in my pcs.

Peter

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You Need To Uninstall Quicktime For Windows 3 years 3 months ago crosseyedlemon

"A couple of serious security bugs have recently been discovered in the product, which could allow someone to gain access to your PC." A statement like that requires the inclusion of your reference sources I think.

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You Need To Uninstall Quicktime For Windows 3 years 3 months ago greyman

Thank you for your vigilance, R.S. !

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You Need To Uninstall Quicktime For Windows 3 years 3 months ago CASD

This is really old news(about 3-4 days) I first saw it on Kim Comando and then a link to from there to Apple..sorry I don't have it.. but I deleted it

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You Need To Uninstall Quicktime For Windows 3 years 3 months ago JK

Thanks, Rob. I just want to remind people that they may need Quicktime to manage the content on their old (now discontinued) iPods. Thanks for all your hard work. JK

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You Need To Uninstall Quicktime For Windows 3 years 3 months ago Stephen Jackson

Thanks again for - as everybody says - your vigilance. I work with videos in a good few codecs and you used to need Quicktime for various things on a PC (can't remember what they were) If that's no longer the case, I'll un-install for good? (P.S. (I only discovered Gizmo by accident: and I'm so glad I did!)

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You Need To Uninstall Quicktime For Windows 3 years 3 months ago ggiaggia

Does that apply to QuickTime 7.7.9 for Windows Vista or Windows 7 which I downloaded from http://www.apple.com/quicktime/download/
on 2016.04.20 ?

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You Need To Uninstall Quicktime For Windows 3 years 3 months ago Injeun

Can't we run it manually for video files already on our computer without it being a security issue?

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You Need To Uninstall Quicktime For Windows 3 years 3 months ago kemmosan

I need quicktime to run with itunes for my old ipod, on xp. I don't use Quicktime itself as a video player. Am I still in danger?

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You Need To Uninstall Quicktime For Windows 3 years 3 months ago Rev_Don

Yes this does apply to the version that is still available to download from Apple. If you do require it to support older applications select Custom install and ONLY select QuickTime Essentials. Make sure that the Quicktime Player and Optional QuickTime Features are not selected. It won't be quite as good as not having it at all, but this should remove the online options.

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You Need To Uninstall Quicktime For Windows 3 years 3 months ago jmjsquared

I have too many, rather expensive softwares that rely on Quicktime components to simply uninstall it completely from my systems. I'm hoping the fact that their last build does not include browser plugins will be help keep me safe "enough".

Another example of why I detest Apple and, as Microsoft seems determined to adopt their imperious, disrespectful, arrogant attitudes, I am coming to dislike them, too.

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You Need To Uninstall Quicktime For Windows 3 years 3 months ago crosseyedlemon

Thanks for your feedback CASD. I'm sure other members would like more info such as how these bugs were discovered and what kind of glitches they have been creating for users of the QT application.

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You Need To Uninstall Quicktime For Windows 3 years 3 months ago Rev_Don

While that would be helpful, you should be intelligent and computer savvy enough to know how to use a search engine to find the information for yourself. It's not that difficult since it's being reported just about everywhere. Of course the first place to look would be the Apple Web Site itself. Next would be Krebs on Security. After that I would look at the various security and malware sites like Trend Micro, Sophos, Malwarebytes, etc. Sometimes you have to do your own followups to news stories. Don't expect to be spoon fed everything. If you honestly can't find the information after spending a reasonable amount of time with a search engine then it's acceptable to ask for links, but not before.

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You Need To Uninstall Quicktime For Windows 3 years 3 months ago crosseyedlemon

It's only acceptable to ask for links after spending time with search engines? Does that just apply to articles or application downloads as well? If I were the cynical type I might think you just invested a bundle in Google shares.

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You Need To Uninstall Quicktime For Windows 3 years 3 months ago Rev_Don

I never mentioned using Google for your searches. And yes, it is considered lazy to ask for links ANYWHERE prior to doing your own searches on something like this that is so well covered and is easily found. In less time than it took for you to even make the request (let alone wait for them to reply) you could have found the information with a search engine of you choice. And yes that can include downloads.

Of course that doesn't apply if they mention following a specific link and fail to include it.

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YouCam 5 for Free: CyberLink in association with Gizmo's Freeware 4 years 3 months ago J_L I had version 3 provided with by the OEM, so this will be a nice upgrade. view
YouCam 5 for Free: CyberLink in association with Gizmo's Freeware 4 years 3 months ago 67_young

Replaced my computer a couple years ago and have not had much interest in the camera, however, this program has inspired me with many ideas. Very intuitive. Thank you

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YouCam 5 for Free: CyberLink in association with Gizmo's Freeware 4 years 3 months ago anne-ology

yes, thank you!

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YouCam 5 for Free: CyberLink in association with Gizmo's Freeware 4 years 3 months ago Schitti

thank you Cyberlink & gizmo's!

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YouCam 5 for Free: CyberLink in association with Gizmo's Freeware 4 years 3 months ago runbei

Installer crashes on Win7 Pro.

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YouCam 5 for Free: CyberLink in association with Gizmo's Freeware 4 years 3 months ago Gibbs.Slap

Downloaded fine on Win 7 Pro but tries to ad a keylogger to my machine (twice). I do not allow any app/program to install keyloggers. Zemana is the program I use to check all installs for such actions.

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YouCam 5 for Free: CyberLink in association with Gizmo's Freeware 4 years 3 months ago SoftwareBabe

Wow. Great giveaway, BUT, it does add a keylogger and Norton 360 stopped it dead in its tracks. 360 Total Security also stopped it, so I guess this one is a NO GO. I already have CyberLink apps on my W7 PRO quad-core PC, so I know they are good products. But, this one seems to want to do more than I will allow it to do.

Sorry.

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YouCam 5 for Free: CyberLink in association with Gizmo's Freeware 4 years 3 months ago mchldpy

Has anyone tried extracting the keylogger from the install package or getting rid of it after installation? Curious as to what function it performs. Any passwords it supplies when using the "Facial Recognition Log-in on Websites" feature should be able to be supplied in a list manually. Guess I'll try it in a sandbox or in Returnil.

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YouCam 5 for Free: CyberLink in association with Gizmo's Freeware 4 years 3 months ago mchldpy

George J,
Did you notice the keylogger?

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YouCam 5 for Free: CyberLink in association with Gizmo's Freeware 4 years 3 months ago Gibbs.Slap

Sorry, I wouldn't know how to do either of your suggestions, I am curios for an answer though. I would like to know what you find out when using a sandbox.

I did however install it w/0 allowing the keyloggers but the program will not function w/o them installed.

It also wants to take "control" of your webcam which I did allow because of the nature of the program.

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YouCam 5 for Free: CyberLink in association with Gizmo's Freeware 4 years 3 months ago Gibbs.Slap

mchldpy,

Very good question, I hope George gets back to us on that.

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YouCam 5 for Free: CyberLink in association with Gizmo's Freeware 4 years 3 months ago George.J To the readers: I have Qihoo 360 TS installed on my machine with Avira engine enabled. It didn't find any infections for the downloaded .exe file or during program installation. I installed Zemana Anti-keylogger Free and tried to install again, and I didn't get alerts during installation or anytime during Face-Login to Windows. I never got the Face-Login feature for websites to work though. So am completely clueless what you are talking about. I'd like you guys to post the screenshots for the keylogger or virus detections for Qihoo 360 and Zemana Anti-keylogger. Cyberlink is a reputed company with world-class products and Softpedia has given a 100% clean certificate for YouCam download on their download page. view
YouCam 5 for Free: CyberLink in association with Gizmo's Freeware 4 years 3 months ago tarryB

I didn't notice any keylogging information during the install.
I was informed however during the installation that I would have to install Windows Media Player.
I didn't want to install Windows Media Player or windows Media Feature Pack aka Windows6.3-KB2835517-x64.msu (85.0 MB download) but what's a boy to do when logitech can't provide a working driver for his webcam. Worked on Windows 7 and now doesn't on Windows 8.1 despite downloading their latest driver.
It will fire up the webcam OK but fails on recording a video countdown remains on a loop. I visited Logitech's help forum and at at least one other user had the same problem. That user went backwards and forwards downloading the latest driver then the last but one driver and then extra codecs (never a good sign from advice person - sort of like, have you plugged in your webcam? a question of tech desperation). Nothing worked. The brats need to rebuild their driver again.

So I am pleased by this free offer brought to us by George.J

Thank you,

tarryB

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YouCam 5 for Free: CyberLink in association with Gizmo's Freeware 4 years 3 months ago George.J Tested and working fine for me on Win 8.1. It's a good thing to keep your computer updated with all the latest updates. view
YouCam 5 for Free: CyberLink in association with Gizmo's Freeware 4 years 3 months ago MidnightCowboy Good point about the updates George.J. Whenever I encounter instances like this, 95% of the time the main culprits are: System not updated Corrupt system (often resulting from use of registry cleaning type tools) Interference from third party firewall/antivirus or other security program. MC - Site manager. view
YouCam 5 for Free: CyberLink in association with Gizmo's Freeware 4 years 3 months ago Gibbs.Slap

These are different warnings than I got when I changed the suggested download location to my Programs file when I first downloaded it. I decided to go with their suggested Install file to see if that made a difference which it did. These are the warning I got by using their Install location.

http://i206.photobucket.com/albums/bb170/kahsr/Zemana%201_zpsjzry8tnn.gif

http://i206.photobucket.com/albums/bb170/kahsr/Zemana%202_zpsk9wl8wpo.gif

http://i206.photobucket.com/albums/bb170/kahsr/Zemana%203_zpsgsjnae9u.gif

http://i206.photobucket.com/albums/bb170/kahsr/Zemana%204_zpsba5rum0w.gif

I would have to believe I received this "problem" because I blocked the other three requests.

Thanks for responding George.J

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YouCam 5 for Free: CyberLink in association with Gizmo's Freeware 4 years 3 months ago tarryB

"So I am pleased by this free offer brought to us by George.J

Thank you,

tarryB"

Guess you missed this bit right at the end of my post!!

Best wishes,

tarryB

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YouCam 5 for Free: CyberLink in association with Gizmo's Freeware 4 years 3 months ago tarryB

"Whenever I encounter instances like this, 95% of the time the main culprits are:..."

Incidences like what?

Best wishes,

tarryB

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YouCam 5 for Free: CyberLink in association with Gizmo's Freeware 4 years 3 months ago mchldpy

@ Gibbs.Slap,
Sorry about the delay. I installed to a sandbox and then remembered I had excluded the sandbox in Avira (while trying to validate a comment that a certain germ was able to escape sandboxes) and when trying to scan the sandbox manually, noticed the Avira context menu scan item was missing. After jumping through hoops trying to make it re-appear, I installed the newest (offline) version and now, since they've changed something, myself and others now have Avira telling us that Windows F/W is not activated (it nor the Win. Sec. Center has ever been) along with some other weird stuff. The context menu scan item is back so after I get Zamana I'll try again. So i positively understand, you got the (posted below) results how?
(you at first say "their download location" then you say "their install location" my apologies if I'm missing it, which I must be. ha.

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YouCam 5 for Free: CyberLink in association with Gizmo's Freeware 4 years 3 months ago George.J Are you sure you downloaded the product from the promotional link that I've given in the article. After you input your name and e-mail id, you will get the download link in your mail id. I tried installing Zemana AntiLogger Free, it gave me no alerts during install. Are you using the Free version or Pro version? Moreover the downloaded file appears as YouCam_5.0.4628a.0_HW_STD_DE_Standard_YUC141222-05.exe and not as Setup.exe as shown in your screenshots. About your screenshots 4. It's the error message you got after blocking the requests 3. wingdi.dll means Windows Graphics Device Interface. YouCam is supposed to interact with it because it's supposed to interact with your webcam and show the output on the screen. Here's info about it 2. YouCamservice.exe is the Cyberlink service and it's a signed (verified) digital application. It's a webcam logger, because it's supposed to interact with it 1. Zemana is not just a keylogger app but a screen-logger, webcam-logger and clipboard-logger. If any app is trying to use any of these logging services it will alert the user. Since Youcam is supposed to work with your webcam, it displays that alert. Most of all during these kind of alerts, as you can see in your screenshots you can see this message, "Do not click Allow unless this is a legitimate application". And yes as you can see just below that, its a verified application from Cyberlink, so you are perfectly safe to execute the installer. These kind of problems arise when you set heuristic levels to high. view
YouCam 5 for Free: CyberLink in association with Gizmo's Freeware 4 years 3 months ago Gibbs.Slap

@ George.J and mchldpy,

Yes, I used the link supplied and the license # provided. I am using Zemana Version 1.93 - paid. Yes, I know that Zemana is a multi-use logger, the webcam logger didn't really worry me. I just don't understand why the program would need to install a keylogger (#3).Upon checking your supplied link I noticed this: (Expiration date: Monday, April 13, 2009). I don't understand why "any" program would need to install a keylogger at all, thus the use of Zemana.

As far as #1 why does this program want to inject code that that could take full access of my system? I just find these findings discouraging.

Don't get me wrong George I have downloaded tons of programs from here over the past umpteen years without having a problem. This is probably why I am so concerned about seeing these things popping up.

mxhldpy, I have to believe it was Install to:)

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Your Hottest Hot Finds Of 2013 5 years 7 months ago mchldpy

come on. no comments? not even the proverbial "i don't like the d/load page color and my anti-virus software, that i can't even configure properly says this site is unsafe because if you blindly install the app you could end up installing some super secret overly persistent toolbar addon that i can never seem to get rid of " comment? nothing?

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Your Hottest Hot Finds Of 2013 5 years 7 months ago Rick Grunwald

Great list - thanks

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Your PayPal Account Could Be Costing You Money. Check It Now. 2 years 5 months ago Snowedinagain

Excellent advice and a very welcome heads up! Thankfully I was able to see the folly in pre-athorized, automatic payments long ago and avoid them. But the reminder is much appreciated. Of course, these types of payments can be convenient, but at what cost and who really benefits the most from this convenience! I am quite sure that my paypal account does not include any automatic payments but I'm going to check anyway. Thanks again. Great stuff!

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Your PayPal Account Could Be Costing You Money. Check It Now. 2 years 5 months ago Gravwell

Unauthorized renewals is a big issue and fortunately there's a simple solution. Use virtual credit card numbers to sign up for services and to pay for most purchases on the web. I have two credit cards with Citibank. I can create a one-time-use virtual credit card number either by logging in to my Citi account online or, more conveniently by using the app (download from Citi) on my Windows computer. Once called, the app asks for my user name and password. I can then choose which card to charge the payment to and I am also presented with two additional options. I can limit the maximum amount that can be charged to that virtual number, useful if you're unsure of the integrity of the vendor, and you can set an expiration date. Once options, if any, are set the app generates a number complete with month and year and CVV number. The charge appears on your regular credit card statement and to the seller it is no different than any other transaction. Until that is they try to renew. Since the number was good for one use only it cannot be used for renewal and of course it's useless if stolen from the vendors database. You will then receive an email from that vendor telling you they had a problem with the renewal you may not have authorized at which point you can renew with another virtual number or ignore them completely. I use virtual credit card numbers with all online purchases and, with the exception of EZpass (no choice there) I grant no one access to my accounts. Not all banks offer this service but I consider it invaluable and sleep better at night because of it.

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Your PayPal Account Could Be Costing You Money. Check It Now. 2 years 5 months ago abrandt

Thank you to Rob for this article.

Thank you to Gravwell for the further **virtual credit card number** details and practical application... (archived in Evernote).
Haven't seen or read this before. I bank with State Farm Bank and Chase Bank... and will further research. THX. :)

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Your PayPal Account Could Be Costing You Money. Check It Now. 2 years 5 months ago MidnightCowboy

I have never used this service and never will having several friends and former colleagues who have been ripped off one way or another for substantial amounts. Whatever I can't buy/pay with my fraud insured bank cards or by transfer, I don't need. :) MC - Site Manager.
http://www.paypalsucks.com/
http://www.paypalwarning.com/

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Your PayPal Account Could Be Costing You Money. Check It Now. 2 years 5 months ago HisSon

This was an eye opener.

I had eleven active accounts and one cancelled account ranging from July 2001o to Feb 2016 that to the best of my recollection I never authorized to automatically take payments and none of the active accounts showed that there were any. The cancelled one was from a blog which I didn't authorize for a yearly renewal and I'm guessing the cancel was initiated by the blog.

I never do reoccurring payment accounts. Even Magazine subscriptions I pay as they come due although I forfeit the enticement for doing the automatic renewal payment.

When I got done canceling each account, it was marked inactive and advised that I would have to contact each merchant If I wanted to reactivate the account.

Bottom line, I would never knowingly authorize Pay Pal for this type transaction.

Next question. How do I completely remove the twelve accounts from my PayPal account?

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Your PayPal Account Could Be Costing You Money. Check It Now. 2 years 5 months ago eikelein

That is one of the reasons why I give NOBODY permission to automatically charge any of my accounts - well truth be told, we got the 0% car loan only with the provision that they can charge my checking account automatically. And I will watch for the correct termination of these payments, you bet.

EVERYBODY else has to send me an invoice and I initiate the transfer from said checking account to the recipient. Now that I do for convenience's sake online - but then, my computer is squeaky clean as far as any kind of malware goes.

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Your PayPal Account Could Be Costing You Money. Check It Now. 2 years 5 months ago ixan

Thank you for this! I just had an issue with Godaddy in Nov where they sent me a notice that some free thing I don't use would expire and I would be billed. I spoke to them (they don't allow emails) and they carefully said there was no money due for that month or the next. I asked them to cancel the product as I had not managed to online (Godaddy are very tricksy). They said they had. I got debited anyway. I got the money back on Paypal and they said the product was cancelled. But because of this article I looked and saw they hadn't cancelled it at all and although the payment was under $100 I had apparently approved them to take up to $500 per month. THANK YOU. Now to find an alternative site to register my domain.

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Your PayPal Account Could Be Costing You Money. Check It Now. 2 years 5 months ago classicggma65

Never allow automatic payments from any of my accounts, even my electric. This caused me a problem about 15 years ago, before I had a computer, and had to go into the bank in order to get it straightened out. Never again. This just reminds me of my past folly. Thanx.

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Your PayPal Account Could Be Costing You Money. Check It Now. 2 years 5 months ago Babsy04

i have just checked my PayPal account - wasn't going to as I knew I'd never made any arrangements with them for ongoing payments - and found SIX pre-approved payments that I never created or authorised and have cancelled them. I've always trusted PayPal and now don't know just whether I do or not. Will keep a very close eye on any transaction through them in future. Thanks for the warning!

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Your PayPal Account Could Be Costing You Money. Check It Now. 2 years 5 months ago dwainwood

I have used the virtual card from CitiBank for years, but not all services will accept it. Somehow some services recognize it as a virtual card.

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Your PC Can Read Any Web Page To You 2 years 1 month ago dpn

did NOT work well in SLIMJET tho it has a much better voice program is no longer updated chrome speak worked well

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Your PC May Have Been Uploading Windows 10 to Others without You Knowing It 3 years 11 months ago vandamme

That's funny. Microsoft already got you as a beta tester for 10, now they have you as a distributor. I only think it's funny because I don't use it.
I torrent Linux distros, but I have to opt in, of course. It's the least I can do to help spread Linux. The problem is that I have cable internet, and the upload is a tenth the speed of the download.

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Your PC May Have Been Uploading Windows 10 to Others without You Knowing It 3 years 11 months ago mchldpy

At first I thought, this almost seems illegal, M/S using my OS to spread their crapola around on my dime. Then I remembered, it's their OS. At least they graciously allow me to turn it off so I don't have to break the terms of my legally binding agreement by reverse engineering.

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Your PC May Have Been Uploading Windows 10 to Others without You Knowing It 3 years 11 months ago caktus

How nice of MS to spread this little xxx around for FREE. I figured there had to be some kind of catch. I'm glad I decided to wait for the "bugs" to get worked out. I'm thinking perhaps I'd better wait 10 or 11 months before downloading the "free" Windows 10. Or perhaps it's time to start buying retail versions, but those might be bugged as well.

I recall MS stepping up to the plate and issuing a fix to fix the Sony fix, that was supposed to fix the Sony fix, that was supposed to fix the Sony rootkit. Now it sound like the MS heroism may have just been a big confidence scam as I am sure MS new full well that this little update bot scam would eventually crash and burn. Makes me wonder what other little blunders they've got in store for us.

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Your Portal To The Best Free Online Tools 3 years 8 months ago pvilan

Thanks Rob!
I am convinced that presently there is no need to download or install software on our PCs to get done most of our daily tasks.
That is why your advise to use iTools is a very valuable one.
Regards
Peter

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Your Portal To The Best Free Online Tools 3 years 8 months ago crosseyedlemon

I hope Rob wasn't serious when he stated he still uses the Yellow Pages....makes you wonder if he has a pet dinosaur too. Never hurts to have a variety of links to utility tools so I will add this to my other bookmarks.

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Your Portal To The Best Free Online Tools 3 years 8 months ago crosseyedlemon

Seems somewhat strange that you would be visiting a site like this if you felt downloading software was unnecessary. In any event it's a win/win situation because they offer articles here on how to get rid of the pre-installed bloatware that comes with most computers.

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Your Portal To The Best Free Online Tools 3 years 8 months ago MidnightCowboy crosseyedlemon makes a very valid point but just a word of caution regarding software such as PC Decrapifier. Often the results when using such tools are ambiguous to say the least and you can soon break parts of your Windows system or inhibit the ability to restore it should the need arise at a later date. I would advise researching any potentially unwanted components individually before attempting to remove them. MC - Site Manager. view
Your Portal To The Best Free Online Tools 3 years 8 months ago YossiD

A good start, but lots is still missing from iTools (unless I just couldn't find it). Where are the websites for online:
* PDF creation
* Audio/video file format conversion
* Graphics files format conversion
* Drawing tools
* etc., etc. etc.

I'm guessing this is a work in progress, so I'll check back from time to time to see.

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Your Portal To The Best Free Online Tools 3 years 8 months ago reikipete

iTools.com seems great, BUT not all pieces are free, as you will find if / when you go to any portion of SPOKEO. I see 3 month & 6 month subscriptions on one inquiry. 'nuff said !

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Your Portal To The Best Free Online Tools 3 years 8 months ago eikelein

The responses from crosseyed and MC seem to talk about different things. I have yet to find a computer that brings PC Decrapifier pre installed with it from the factory. And naturally I second the notion that every brand name computer should be cleaned up BEFORE it's put on the Internet the first time.

I strongly second the warning against PC Decrapifier; a customer had bought it some time ago and I saw it on his machine.
In the end it presented a list with remove/leave alone choices that the poor customer could not make. And that was what he had spent money on. Maybe newer versions are somewhat better but I doubt it.

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Zoner Photo Studio Free 2 years 9 months ago Fairportfan

Version 18 only offers "Rotate to match EXIF" in the "PRO" mode. Much as i need this capability, as a purely amateur photographer, i cannot justify paying $99 for the program to get only this function.

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Zoner Photo Studio Free 2 years 4 months ago Geir

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