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With 3 computers in the house and a husband and 2 teenagers using them, we have had a few problems. The GTG volunteers are always very nice and helpful and get me through my problems . My computers always end up running like new again. Thank you so much for this site.
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the kids probably aren't that hard on the machine..but you should deffinitely keep the husband away from the computers...we tend to do the most damage....and as always...thanks for the compliments...we like hearing that we helped
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Normally you would be right about the husband part (LOL) but most issues I have had have actually been because of my children. Lucky for them (LOL)you guys are here for us.
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Thanks Tony (the tiger) :tazz:

Glad we could help, but it would be even better if we could help you from having troubles again. Have you read this topic?
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Yes, actually I have. I do have some conflicting info though. I am not sure if I have a firewall with my anti-virus. My husband and I both have EZ Trust anti-virus. The exact same one(which is free). When I got help on my computer I was told it had a firewall, but the person helping my husband on his said he did not have a firewall. So, how do we know if it has a firewall?
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That does not have a firewall. I like the free version of Kerio.
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