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    Quote Originally Posted by seagoon View Post
    I don't recall that situation ever cropping up and I've been a Firefox user since it came out in 2002.
    Me neither, user since 2002 also....it would take quite a lot to move me off Firefox...and it's free and more importantly Open Source...responsive development, always improving, reliable ( had a couple of glitchy updates couple of years ago, but seemed to have navigated through that .... dependable now).
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    Quote Originally Posted by seagoon View Post
    Yeah, Mike.....I know that ...which was why I was reinforcing your statement that Ad Blocker doesn't stop the reCaptcha pop-up.

    Do you also take the battery out of your phone when not using it, so "they" can't trace your whereabouts?
    Yes Bruce i was reinforcing your reinforcement of my statement

    No but i do use Express VPN on all my connected devices, buddy.

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    Getting slow again. Beginning to wonder if it's worth trying.
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    Firefox 4.42 was the last one I downloaded in 2012. That one disabled all my extensions so Firefox could clame a higher speed. Lots of people dumped Firefox because of it, they obviously took notice.

    Paul :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by charland View Post
    Firefox 4.42 was the last one I downloaded in 2012. That one disabled all my extensions so Firefox could clame a higher speed. Lots of people dumped Firefox because of it, they obviously took notice.

    Paul :-)
    Firefox current version is 101...harkening back to ver 4.42 would be like still talking about how bad OR is because V1816 had problems.
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    If you read the thread I asked about pop-up blocker, hadn't heard of it before. It's something you can get for Firefox and I had a problem with it so switched to Opera years ago, that's all.

    Paul

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    I read the thread, some pop up blockers are really a pita...
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    Quote Originally Posted by haverfordwest View Post
    Yes Bruce i was reinforcing your reinforcement of my statement

    No but i do use Express VPN on all my connected devices, buddy.

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    Fair dinkum cobber.

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    Quote Originally Posted by haverfordwest View Post
    Fair dinkum cobber.

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