Add-On's In Windows XP.

Add-On's In Windows XP.

Post by R3JlZ29ye » Fri, 25 Nov 2005 05:47:02


Hi! While browsing the internet this evening a Windows message appeared in
the middle of my screen.It was in connection with add-on's,explaining how
they can close down a browser if not either updated or disabled.There was a
list of around 6 programmes,such as Yahoo Messenger for example.Without doing
anything i clicked ok and the message diappeared.However what do i next time
should the message return? As far as i could see nothing needed updated,if i
disable one then something will not work.Any helpful information would be
appreciated.Thanks.
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Any thoughts? IE7 seems very limited in what it will let you add as far as
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