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DocFletcher is shown on my desktop as taking 14 minutes to download. Is that normal?

 

Adblock is shown as taking nearly as long.  Is that normal?

 

A computer magazine suggests dumping Flash then the next news item I wanted to run demanded that I run with just that.  What should I do?


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DocFletcher is shown on my desktop as taking 14 minutes to download. Is that normal?

 

Adblock is shown as taking nearly as long.  Is that normal?

 

A computer magazine suggests dumping Flash then the next news item I wanted to run demanded that I run with just that.  What should I do?

 

1) Depends on the size of the file and what your download speed is from your Internet Service Provider.

 

2) Same answer.

 

3) In order to view content that requires Flash, will require Flash. Google's "Chrome" broswer has Flash built-in to the broswer and they keep it updated.


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"In order to view content that requires Flash, will require Flash. Google's "Chrome" broswer has Flash built-in to the broswer and they keep it updated."  Many thanks for that.  I think that Flash was criticised because of security problems but if as you say Google keep it updated then that solves the problem.  By the way, DocFetcher was no use to mecause I found that although it could recover Outlook Express it does not recover Live Mail so I'm still looking for a Live Mail recovery application.


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You can find more info about Adobe's Flash player in the Google Chrome browser here on this Adobe page: https://helpx.adobe...._Google_Chrome_

 

As far as "Live Mail recovery application" goes, I haven't a clue. Hopefully someone that does will be along soon.


Edited by SpywareDr, 25 September 2015 - 04:27 PM.

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