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LandzDown Lounge / Re: 21st of June: Happy Music Day
« on: June 21, 2020, 08:42:41 AM »
Happy Music Day!

And enjoy the longest day of the year!





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It's something started after the 2004 update (Windows 10).

Before, I was always signed in, and never needed to enter my password. Now, every time I log in Windows, I get this warning.

Any ideas to fix it?  :-\

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Internet / Re: Automatic website translation in Edge
« on: May 27, 2020, 04:05:59 PM »
Now I can send you to Greek sites, without wondering if you will understand.  ;D

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Internet / Automatic website translation in Edge
« on: May 27, 2020, 01:03:47 PM »
I didn't know about this new Edge's feature and I like it.

See attachment.

The translation icon is at the left of the Favorites star.

Of course, you have to enable (if it's not by default) the option Offer to translate pages that aren't in a language I read.

Settings > Language > Enable that option.

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Hi. :)

I use the Mail application in one of my computers. It's simple, easy to use and gives you the opportunity to add many email accounts.

You may see this thread, and especially Aaron's reply, where there are info about the Windows 10 Mail app.

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I found it and changed the option to Notify me.

Thank you.  :)

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Open Windows Control Panel and type "Flash" in the search box and click on Flash Player when it is displayed in the search results.  That will open the "Flash Player Settings Manager".  Click on the "Update" tab and make any changes you wish to make.  Although, if you are going to keep Flash Player active (I have it disabled), I recommend maintaining automatic updates.  Your PC, your choice.  :)

You mean the "normal" Control Panel? I can't see the settings manager.

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Thank you. :)

Is there a way to change the automatic updates to the notify me option?

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LandzDown Lounge / Re: BurnAware Software....1 year Pro for free
« on: May 11, 2020, 03:46:12 PM »
Dr. M all yours and this is game over
thank you all
Gordon

Thank you!  :)

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It depends on the OS. Android or iOS?

For iOS, I use Weather for my iPod.

For Android, I hear positive comments for AccuWeather.

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Meet & Greet! / Happy Mother's Day!
« on: May 10, 2020, 03:12:15 PM »
To all the Mothers of this Forum, and to all the Mothers of the world,

Happy Mother's Day!



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Not sure what you did exactly, but I'm glad your issue is resolved.

You mean that you used all the email storage?

As for w-mail you mean wave mail or something else?

Perhaps giving us some more info would help someone else with similar issues in the future. :)

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Dr. M I done that and the people was off so I rebooted and went to gmail.com on line
and sent an email from there to yahoo and it will not send'

Doing what I said above has nothing to do with sending or receiving email via browser (https://mail.google.com/mail). It has to do with using your email account via the Windows Mail application.

What browser are you using (e.g. Chrome, Firefox, Edge)? Have you tried to open your email in another one?

You can also check the storage space you have. Go to your Google Drive and you will see the available storage space on the left side of the screen.


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I reset W-10 and signed in at Microsoft and added google.

So, you mean that you used the Mail application in Windows 10, right?

If yes, and in order to receive your Gmail when using Mail application, you have to do these:

1. Open Settings (press the Windows icon on the keyboard together with the letter I).
2. Select Privacy.
3. From the menu at the left choose Email.
4. Make sure that in the right area, the option Allow apps to access your email is enabled (together with Mail and Calendar and People).

But if you can't get your email from the browser (Gmail page), then something is wrong with your credentials, as Boz said.

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So, to address your wondering question, I think µTorrent has the µ in the name simply because the folks at BitTorrent - the company name for the developers who created µTorrent - wanted to call it that. 

Actually, I am not wondering now. I posted this just for "educational reasons".  :)

μ is for micro/μικρό, and yes, the developers chose the Greek letter for m instead of the English one, just because they wanted to do that. Just like the mathematical symbol π (3.14), which is the Greek letter for p.

Also, the u is used because it's easier to type u instead of μ, when you write in English. Although now we found both, the correct, meaning the one which gives the meaning, is μ.

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