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switched to ff,,maybe to thunderbird


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[font=Arial] i have switched to ff2,,love it,,am thinking about switching to thunderbird from oe,,can i delete any of the updates and hotfixes and delete oe,,or am i just confused,,i am wanting to free up space on drive

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FF rocks! :whistling:

To answer your query... I would leave OE alone for now until you are satisfied with Tbird.

If you want to clear out some hd space, you might try deleting the contents of your Temp folders (both Windows and your user account under Local Settings). Also empty your Temporary Internet files. Once you're done, a defrag wouldn't hurt.

Edited by makai, 23 January 2007 - 03:55 PM.

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java script:emoticon(':whistling:', 'smid_18')
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thank you for the reality check lol..
i was just greedy with anticaption that i maybe able to free up space.. i use cc and clean out temp files etc on a regular basis. but i may sound duh,, is local settings called something else..java script:emoticon(':help:', 'smid_23')
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The Local Settings folder is "hidden". To unhide it, open any folder (or my computer) and go to Tools>Folder Options>View... Select "Show hidden files and folders".

Once you do that, the Local Settings folder will be visible under your user account in Windows Explorer.
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