• Molli10

    Molli10

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    • I hope it’s not necessary to pause updates- otherwise Windows Defender will not receive definition updates, which are crucial.

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    • in reply to: Are we ready for the new Windows 10 1903? #1861058

      Upgrade 1903 went to update automatically. Now it seems to be stuck at 100% and still downloading. It’s been doing this for more than four hours. What’s wrong? I really need help with this problem.

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    • in reply to: Bit Defender. Is it Genuine? #1849909

      Thank all so much. I’m sorry I forgot to say I’m using Windows 10.

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    • in reply to: Microsoft finally got OneDrive right #1847747

      I uninstalled OneDrive/Cloud – I assume they’re one and the same – because there was a red blotch on the cloud icon which indicated something was wrong. I clicked on it and it said it couldn’t sync some files. Since I wasn’t using it anyway, I uninstalled it, thinking I could go to Microsoft and reinstal it. But that wasn’t the case though. I couldn’t find it anywhere so I installed something similar from Microsoft store but I’d prefer the original cloud which came with Microsoft 10. Does anyone know if I can reinstall the original OneDrive and how I might go about it?

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    • Windows 10 Home version 1809.

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    • in reply to: When is one ready for version 1903 #1846375

      To add to my previous post re Windows 10 update 1903 -if I may. Following a scary experience with Windows Defender I clicked ‘Learn more’ and was confronted with: ‘Your version of Windows 10 is out of date. Download and install the latest version’ or words to that effect.  I don’t know what to do and am so non-plussed as there is a suggestion that I upgrade to windows 10 Pro.

    • A couple of days ago I turned on my computer and was informed by Widows Defender that it had run a scan and that threats were found but there was no need for immediate action. If there was ‘no need for immediate action’, then why refer to what was found as ‘threats’?? Any other antivirus would have quarantined those threats or at least dealt with them immediately as anivirus apps are supposed to do. As what I call my backup antivirus app had decided (previous to this incident) to stop doing its job, I had uninstalled it, then tried to reinstall but for some obscure reason it could not activate. Now I do not feel secure online and think I should try to install another antivirus app- but which one? Someone mentioned Mcafee Live Safe. Any opinions would be greatly appreciated.

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    • in reply to: When is one ready for version 1903 #1840968

      Thank you Susan. Much appreciated.

    • in reply to: What are all of these weird Firefox Plug-ins? #1789054

      Thank you all so much for going to the trouble to look up web pages and taking the time to explain those plug ins. I really appreciate it. The typos mentioned were my own, so hopefully I don’t have malware on my device.

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