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  1. My Dell laptop (windows 7 firefox) has been infected by the adware Enformation/Enterprise 1.1 for going on 8 months now. It feels like I have done everything I could in attempt to remove this adware but to no avail. I have run the PC Matic twice as well, but it did not seem to resolve the issue. Does anyone know how to PERMANENTLY remove this adware from both my harddrive and my firefox adons? I have tried uninstalling it from my control panel as well as simply disabling it from my adons, along with following the steps from various websites, but nothing seems to be working. Any help would
  2. Use the Reliability and Performance Monitor View the reliability history of your computer by using the Reliability Monitor. Click the Start orb and type reliability and press enter for View Reliability History. In the Reliability Monitor, you'll be able to view the overall reliability of your computer and be able to identify any past problems your computer has had. Reliability If you want to view the performance of your computer in real time use the Performance Monitor. Click the Start orb and type performance and press enter for the Performance Monitor. In the Performance Monito
  3. If you don’t like the font Gmail uses when you type an email, you will be glad to know you can easily change the default font to something you like better. You can even change the colour of the font if you want to. Step1 Open Gmail on your computer and log into your account using your Gmail email address and password. Step 2 Click Settings (the wrench icon) in the upper right-hand corner of the screen, and then click Labs. Step 3 Find Default Text Styling in the list and select Enable. Click Save Changes at the bottom of the screen. Step 4 Click the Settings (wren
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