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Try google today
#1
You can do the Rubik cube
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#2
I've lost my cheat sheet.
Martin ~
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#3
I never could do the blooming thing
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#4
I get a "Snotty-gram" every time I open Chrome that says "This computer will no longer receive updates from Google because its hardware is obsolete".

I went on their chat group and said "Fine, I'll quit using it and switch to Firefox" - no reaction. I haven't been able to use Google Earth for about three years because they stopped supporting Windows XP. They are an arrogant bunch of bar-stewards. Unfortunately, one program I use frequently (flightradar 24) only runs on Google.

When I get my new lap-top in a month or so, with Win 7, I suppose all will be sweetness and light. I certainly wouldn't recommend Google to anyone if it wasn't absolutely necessary for them. I used Bing for searches, just to avoid giving Google my business.

Frank
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#5
I only use Google for looking things up and have a special link for that. Otherwise I use Chrome for everything now.
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#6
But Chrome IS Google. Sure, Internet Explorer is a turkey - takes twice as long to find things and is slow to boot up, but Google Chrome is the part of Google that I dislike the most.
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#7
But why?
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#8
Google Chrome is superb can't understand who you are having problems Frank, Vista on my PC.
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#9
If you have windows xp you will also get messages from Microsoft telling you they will not support you any more.
Martin ~
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#10
We had Vista on our lap top but hubby managed to change it over somehow.
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