Ask the Computer Guy
Q: Can you explain the difference between the Netscape and Outlook Express e-mail programs in terms of virus susceptibility?
A: Outlook Express is much more vulnerable. So I recommend that you use any other e-mail client: Mozilla, Netscape, Eudora or even AOL.
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I don't understand, is the argument flawed or true?Comment by Oleg at October 19, 2003 11:32 AM | Permalink
Flawed? You can read the article at:
The text is:
The combination of wide distribution and design flaws makes Outlook Express and its big brother, Outlook, vulnerable. And I'm not convinced that Microsoft has found and fixed every bug in either program. So I recommend that you use any other e-mail client: Mozilla, Netscape, Eudora or even AOL.
I build my computer from scratch...after I loaded Win 2000 my Monitor went blank.... and from then I could not get my Monitor to read
the Video signal coming from the computer... What gives?
Everytime i'm on the internet, there's this things that
pops up, saying that Iexplore happened and I
need to shut this down. How do I get rid of this?!?!?
Perhaps you got a virus. Always use Mozilla Firefox!Comment by Henrik Gemal at June 11, 2004 05:05 PM | Permalink
i have a cd which i saved some photos off of my digital camera somehow either myself or someone messed around with the properties and now
all i can view is a tiny
image i cant copy it or inlarge it or anything
the attributes on the photo say read only and is
that way for only this one cd i try to change it and it says error and it cant be done, any help?
i have an mailserver with squirrelmail now iwant my client
check mail in outlook express but they cant send mail