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pdcagirl

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Do feeds just keep building and building or are they items that can be deleted. Have not the time to go through and read them all; they keep multiplying faster than I can keep up with.

I will never use the MSN Office feeds -can they safely be deleted. The other feed articls seem useful but they are coming in faster than I can peruse them.

So just questioning their practical use and whether can be safely deleted.
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I presume you mean RSS feeds?
You can remove them if you wish, their practical aim is to simply allow one to keep track of updates to a website without having a need to go and visit it.
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Thanks so much for the info. I tend to delete things much to fast on a PC so wanted to be sure. Thanks again.
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