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doctormac

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  1. Greetings. Many thanks for your reply - I've learned a little more about the Windows Firewall now. Best wishes, Dr. Mac
  2. Greetings folks I was "surfing" around MDGx's brilliant website and found this information about the Windows Firewall : It said that after installing XP SP2, the Windows firewall not only protects incoming data, but now also keeps an eye on OUTGOING data. I know one of the biggest minus factors used to be that the XP firewall only worked with incoming data. I wonder if some of you technical experts could confirm that with XP SP2 the Windows fFirewall now protects both ways. If this is indeed the case, then I don't have to worry about installing a different firewall. Thank you folks. Best wishes, Dr. Mac
  3. Greetings. Thanks for your replies folks. Much appreciated. Dr. Mac
  4. Greetings folk I'm "bumping" this up because opening (or trying) to open Office 2007 files is becoming a real pain. Has anybody yet worked out a solution that really WORKS for those of us using Win 98se and Office 2000? PLEASE share your solutions. Thanks. Dr. Mac
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