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#16 lyall ONLINE  

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Posted January 19, 2014 - 08:45 PM

you still need to get your pc cleaned

the program I used at work as a pc tech

Advance System Care by IObit

there is a free version and a paid version

I used the free version at work

then I used IObits MalwareFighter (free version)

then used CCleaner by  Pirifom (free version)

you can download them 

http://www.iobit.com/ and http://www.piriform.com/ccleaner

 

I used all three to clean the pcs/laptops 

they cleaned the pc/laptop good enought that I could get it back to the user

if it was very bad and the programs did not clean the pc/laptop I had to re-image the harddrive

if I have to re-image the harddrive it would take up to 6 hours to get it set back up for the user

because of how we set the pcs/laptops up for them

 

when I retired I told them that if they call me back mine rate is $500 per hour and 4 hours minimum

they asked why so high

I said Windows is a money pit

I had been using form  or the other of Unix - Linux for the past 10 years and can be just about anything that you can do with windows and it is free- but you will have to learn a little to understand it

 

with Unix - Linux you can use it on old pcs/laptops that are around ten years old

it might be a little slow - but it works

I am using Mint Linux Debian edition now - I like it better

most Linux edition update they edition about every 6 months and sometimes you have re-install it

with the Mint Linux Debian edition I do not weary about re-installing - it just works - like a pc should

 

if you need help with a Unix - Linux they have a forums site that will help

just like we do here

 

just something to think about in the future


Edited by lyall, January 19, 2014 - 08:48 PM.

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Posted January 20, 2014 - 03:12 AM

Hi Brian, try XnView. It remembers a lil bit on ACDSee


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Posted January 20, 2014 - 11:47 AM

You get what you pay for. Free is free

 

Adam, That is true, but there a several FREE programs out there that do as well as or better then some of the other PAID FOR programs.

 

I just missed one of the ADD ONS as I was setting up the down load.



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Posted January 20, 2014 - 02:40 PM

http://photofiltre.f...r/frames_en.htm c'est tres bon! And available in english. Makes transperancy in an easy way - I use this one, too.


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