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Postby Timelessblur » Mon Aug 02, 2004 3:57 pm

Nathan wrote:outlook express costs money??
i think not... i got office 2003 for free


Outlook Express is free. It comes with windows.

Outlook requires you to buy MS office. I got my MS office 2003 for free though my school (other wise my collage pays all the fees on it and what not. They paid MS a good chunk of money for use to get all this stuff for free.

Also I think Rob just a MS hater and anything better than MS stuff. Personly I think IE is a very good browser it just very outdated compared to the other choices out there and it needs a massive update done to it so that it can catch up.
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Postby Robpol86 » Mon Aug 02, 2004 4:36 pm

Nathan wrote:i always thought the stuff i find on mldonkey and irc are shareware...


wtf? seriously?
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Postby fuuucckkers » Mon Aug 02, 2004 5:43 pm

Hahaha. yeah I guess my 300+ music albums I downloaded over the years are all shareware. :D
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Postby Anthony » Mon Aug 02, 2004 6:09 pm

Ya... Um... Ya...

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Postby Nathan » Mon Aug 02, 2004 6:15 pm

Robpol86 wrote:
Nathan wrote:i always thought the stuff i find on mldonkey and irc are shareware...


wtf? seriously?

yea i was serious... thats why my warez site is called freeware... hehehe
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Postby Timelessblur » Mon Aug 02, 2004 10:32 pm

Nathan wrote:
Robpol86 wrote:
Nathan wrote:i always thought the stuff i find on mldonkey and irc are shareware...


wtf? seriously?

yea i was serious... thats why my warez site is called freeware... hehehe


either you are full of BS, a dumbass, or you are blind. I have no idea how people seem to think that....

More on topic I figure I cover
primary browers: Firefox
Primary mail program : out look
Primary music player: itunes
Primary DVD player: Win DVD plat (yes it is legit came with my mobo)
Primary mpeg avi ect.: WMP 10 (yes WMP 10)

MS office programs and what they have cover me for those apps (like word and excel never really look at the others. One nice thing about Excel is you can force anything though Excel and get the answer you need) For doing hard core math stuff I perfer mathcad. A much much nice program in looks but then again I dont exept most people to fork out the cash for that program either

Alarm clock: Winamp 2.91 (vs 5 does not work right with my computer for some odd reason)


As for the browers I switch over to Firefox to try it out and I really like tab browersing. I miss some things from IE dealing with toolbars and some sites (for the sites I just got the IE exection to open up the page in IE) Personly I find firefox to be a much better browers over IE with some of the stuff it can do. I have never look at oprea though but I heard it pretty nice.
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Postby Nathan » Tue Aug 03, 2004 9:42 am

Timelessblur wrote:
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Robpol86 wrote:
Nathan wrote:i always thought the stuff i find on mldonkey and irc are shareware...


wtf? seriously?

yea i was serious... thats why my warez site is called freeware... hehehe


either you are full of BS

yes, thats it, although i thought it was completely obvious...
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Postby Anthony » Tue Aug 03, 2004 9:56 am

I did too :-?
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Postby Robpol86 » Tue Aug 03, 2004 1:07 pm

looks like i lost

i guess this is what happens when you work for customer service, either that or im a dumbass, what do you all think? be honest
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Postby Nathan » Wed Aug 04, 2004 10:32 am

if you havent noticed yet, sarcasm is something i live off of, its a curse really, it all just... comes out without me even trying to...
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Postby Jrrtt37 » Thu Aug 05, 2004 1:26 pm

Timelessblur wrote:Alarm clock: Winamp 2.91 (vs 5 does not work right with my computer for some odd reason)


i didn't even know that winamp had a alarm clock.i have 5 with the ripper and burner which i think are a pretty good,their media library for 5 is outstanding for what i use it for. (mp3 player, burning whole cds- i don't download solo songs, usually the entire cd.)
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Postby fuuucckkers » Thu Aug 05, 2004 4:12 pm

Jrrtt37 wrote:
Timelessblur wrote:Alarm clock: Winamp 2.91 (vs 5 does not work right with my computer for some odd reason)


i didn't even know that winamp had a alarm clock.i have 5 with the ripper and burner which i think are a pretty good,their media library for 5 is outstanding for what i use it for. (mp3 player, burning whole cds- i don't download solo songs, usually the entire cd.)



Winamp doesnt come standard with an alarm clock. its a plugin.
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Postby Timelessblur » Thu Aug 05, 2004 6:34 pm

Jrrtt37 wrote:
Timelessblur wrote:Alarm clock: Winamp 2.91 (vs 5 does not work right with my computer for some odd reason)


i didn't even know that winamp had a alarm clock.i have 5 with the ripper and burner which i think are a pretty good,their media library for 5 is outstanding for what i use it for. (mp3 player, burning whole cds- i don't download solo songs, usually the entire cd.)


Winamp doesnt I do it though scheduled Tasks. I would use winamp 5 but it libery keep and burner program kept giving me error message everytime winamp tried to start and since i like it for alarm clock I said screw it I am going to back to winamp 2.91 one that I know works. Only sucky part is I can not really use the TV feature on it any more.

That how I was doing it on my laptop as well. Winamp libary feature poor compared to iTunes and WMP10 libary.
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