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Is this Yahoo application safe?


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BARROS

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Hey,

Click here to view the page for the yahoo application im talking about.

Any Answers??

-BARROS
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yes widgets are safe (i have only tried one to date, with no problems), read about them in one of the magazines i read, seem interesting and plan to give more a try soon.
thanx
James

Edited by james_8970, 28 March 2006 - 03:50 PM.

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widgets used to be owned by konfabulator....but yahoo bought them..they are all safe(as long as you get them from yahoo not somewhere else)..they just slow your machine down running them...as a note barros....next time...give a description of what we're clicking...makes us feel safer
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ya i thought konfabulator owned them, when did yahoo buy 'em out? Must have been recently....or was it?
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some time last year i think...maybe like...late summer?
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next time...give a description of what we're clicking...makes us feel safer


I second that. Many ppl won't click links (thank GOODNESS!!) unless they darn well know what they are. :whistling:
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