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Windows 7: Need email program for Windows 7

23 Dec 2013   #11

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WHS - where do you AOL, or do you need them as an ISP??? I was on of their many testers when they first started in OZ, but havent seen them around for years, but was nice, easy and compact.
You install AOL like any other application. You can also run it directly from any browser. Just bring up and go to the letter icon. It has nothing to do with your ISP.
Thank you, will check it out, appreciate the very clear instructions and pictures :)

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23 Dec 2013   #12

Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit

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I use free AOL since many years - completely hassle free and I can still find all my mails from years back at their server. They do a much better job managing that than I could ever do. Plus I can get at my mail from anywhere - e.g. my Android tablet.

PS: And I am probably older than you are,

LOL, think the age might be a close race... My first PC was an IBM with on.y 40mg HD, and my first data entry machine at work was manual, with 12 round rubber keys 10,11, 12 & 0-9 no printing and had to manually insert the cards from right side and manually remove them from left and stack for the programmers.... fun, and believe it or not we could read all those little oblong holes without a fuss I am going to let you be older
When I started there were no HDs. All we had were tapes. RAM was a drum with 10.000 words. But my very first machine, a Zuse 11, was with paper tape input.

Those punches with the rubbery knobs were IBM 011's. We used to play reaction games with them.
Have to concede on this one, I remember the IBMs but guess we worked to hard to play, And we had a Honeywell which have a huge spool of tape like on cassette, but keying was weird had a switch to make it work and do different things and some really weird bits that I cant even remember, The "IBM" stuck in my mind cause it was so portable, just carried under arm and no power needed :)

And the Early Apple, with 2 floppies on for program and 1 for data and from memory that was easy to carry around and so light - no hard drive to give it weight. :) oh the good ole days :)
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