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Charlie and the Icon Factory

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Why a newly-updated XP machine (from Windows 2000) might be very slow to raise up websites, the definition of the phrase "home page", how to talk with me when you call in to the show, and a prime example of how not to talk with me when you call into the show: Bob and his Maxtor OneTouch/Retrospect backup question.

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We look at how to deal with a lemon, and whether or not to give the computer company another chance (I say no), what to do when a friend "upgrades" your machine and leaves you to deal with the mess, where to find Anonymizer privacy software and Panda Software antivirus software, a quick chat with David Pogue and more.
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Why different browsers offer different features, why Mozilla is more secure than Internet Explorer, whether or not to upgrade to XP Pro from XP Home, why SP2 is now ready for primetime, the time David Pogue is appearing this Thursday at the Apple Store (6p PT) at San Francisco's Stockton Street store.

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