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I keep having Safari files that won't delete from browser, please help?

I am using AVG PC Tune up and it keeps telling me I need to delete files with the name Safari. I tell it to delete but it never does. I don't show the Safari program on… (read more)

I am using AVG PC Tune up and it keeps telling me I need to delete files with the name Safari. I tell it to delete but it never does. I don't show the Safari program on my install or uninstall listing, but when I search for safari files I show thirteen files related to safari. Don't know what to delete or what to keep. Please help as my computer is running so very very slow. The files that come up are document and setting files, mobile device support files and AVG tune up data files. I have no idea what to do.

Asked by jakesdaughter 6 years ago

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I don't like the new Google maps. It updated itself and I find it less usable than the old map function. Can you tell me if and how I can get the old version?

Google maps updated itself without my consent or knowledge. Now I have the new Google version of Google maps and I don't like it. It doesn't have the same functions as … (read more)

Google maps updated itself without my consent or knowledge. Now I have the new Google version of Google maps and I don't like it. It doesn't have the same functions as the old version. Can I get the old version of Google maps back on Firefox?

Asked by klorinczi 6 years ago

Last reply by philipp 6 years ago

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Why is Mozilla against Human Right?

I have supported Mozilla products for years. But now that the new CEO is against basic human rights, I can no longer test, offer feedback, or use any Mozilla products. I'… (read more)

I have supported Mozilla products for years. But now that the new CEO is against basic human rights, I can no longer test, offer feedback, or use any Mozilla products.

I've been with you guys for over 10 years. Now I will only support browsers and products that directly compete with Mozilla--at least until Mozilla rethinks whether or not it wants to discriminate against the LGBT community.

Everyone deserves to have basic human rights. It's a shame Mozilla disagrees and thinks that religion should be forced onto people.

Asked by Parogar 6 years ago

Last reply by Parogar 6 years ago

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Proposition 8

Mozilla's new CEO donated $1000 to Proposition 8. on his personal blog, he states that he refuses to discuss the issue unless we know him personally. Well, fine. You don'… (read more)

Mozilla's new CEO donated $1000 to Proposition 8. on his personal blog, he states that he refuses to discuss the issue unless we know him personally.

Well, fine. You don't have to talk to the millions of netizens who find this donation disgusting. We'll just all flee for the exits, and start using Opera or Chrome or any of the many alternatives to your product. After you lose a significant chunk of your business, perhaps you'll feel a bit more talkative and explain yourself to the families you hurt.

Brandon Eich, I'd like to donate some money to dissolve your marriage. I'd like to force you to divorce your wife, and lose custody of any children you might have. That's what you did to all those Californians. Applying the Golden Rule, you should be willing to have what you have done to so many others applied to you. I'm sure your family will be delighted to hear the news.

I have just downloaded the Opera browser. I will uninstall Firefox in a few minutes. Until I hear that you have left Mozilla, I will not again use any of it's products. I will make it a point to advise others to follow my example.

Asked by Referendum.74 6 years ago

Last reply by philipp 6 years ago

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Mozilla CEO's support for Propostion 8

Why should I continue to support Mozilla after I have learned that its new CEO Brendan Eich made a $1000 contribution in support of Proposition 8 in California? To my kno… (read more)

Why should I continue to support Mozilla after I have learned that its new CEO Brendan Eich made a $1000 contribution in support of Proposition 8 in California? To my knowledge Eich has not apologized for his actions or done anything substantial to make up for this unconscionable action

I understand that Mozilla has issued a statement that it is "deeply committed to honoring diversity in sexual orientation and beliefs within our staff and community." But this statement is at odds with the appointment as Mozilla's chief executive officer

Asked by librarygeek1972 6 years ago

Last reply by philipp 6 years ago

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Dumped

Sir! I have been with virgin.net for about for about 15 years. and I moved my address. this caused virgin.net to dump me. Question Why! I have paid my bills ect. J … (read more)

Sir! I have been with virgin.net for about for about 15 years. and I moved my address. this caused virgin.net to dump me. Question Why! I have paid my bills ect. J

Asked by tallertree 6 years ago

Last reply by philipp 6 years ago

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Why did you hire an anti-gay CEO?

I will no longer support Mozilla and your products, the best browser out there, but you hire an anti-gay CEO. When every other company is moving forward human rights, you… (read more)

I will no longer support Mozilla and your products, the best browser out there, but you hire an anti-gay CEO. When every other company is moving forward human rights, you are going backwards. Next thing we will hear is that your gay employees that are married were fired. Shameful!

Asked by webdude30 6 years ago

Last reply by James 6 years ago

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Security Issue with Brendan Eich's Blog

I posted a response to Brendan Eich's blog and my email address is being shared PUBLICLY. Brendan's blog clearly states that email addresses will not be published. One w… (read more)

I posted a response to Brendan Eich's blog and my email address is being shared PUBLICLY. Brendan's blog clearly states that email addresses will not be published.

One would hope that the CEO of a major technology organization could properly implement security. Brendan has proven yet again that he is not the right CEO to lead Mozilla.

Asked by thomasjoseph158 6 years ago

Last reply by user633449 6 years ago

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I have permanently deleted FireFox until you begin to support true marriage.

I will not use Firefox or any other of your products until you start supporting true marriage as exclusively between one man and one woman. Please let me know if and when… (read more)

I will not use Firefox or any other of your products until you start supporting true marriage as exclusively between one man and one woman. Please let me know if and when you do.

Asked by MozillaNoMore 6 years ago

Last reply by John99 6 years ago

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Expressing my freedom of speech, I disapprve of same-sex marriage. Should I stop using a company that doesn't allow its executives to express their views?

I certainly do not believe in discriminating anybody. Anybody, whatever their views. I would strongly object to a homosexual being discriminated against as a person. Howe… (read more)

I certainly do not believe in discriminating anybody. Anybody, whatever their views. I would strongly object to a homosexual being discriminated against as a person. However, I do not believe that this small section of society needs particular protection - indeed their views and wants are more than just taken into consideration. They become part of the defining stance of political correctness and woe to anyone who dares have a different view. People with Jewish, Christian or Islamic principles are literally spat upon. Doesn't speak well of the 'tolerance' of people of different opinions. My view, which I believe I am entitled to, is that homosexuality should certainly be allowed and not homosexuals should not be discriminated against. However, it is an abnormal, hedonistic activity and hardly to be praised or set out top be the same as a normal relationship. That is my view. It was also the view of your brave co-founder who has been hounded out for his opinions - in the 21st century. Therefore, having such unacceptable views, should I and the other 2 billion Jews, Christians and Muslims be required to stop using your organisation?

Asked by Gosh 6 years ago

Last reply by AliceWyman 6 years ago

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Why isn't Brendan Eich allowed to have his own personal faith? because the witch hunters got him...

A clear case of wrongful termination. If a right wing org had fired someone for believing in abortion, all Hell would break loose. Apparently there's different rules depe… (read more)

A clear case of wrongful termination.

If a right wing org had fired someone for believing in abortion, all Hell would break loose.

Apparently there's different rules depending on which side of the Washington Post politics you are...

Asked by PersonOfFaith 6 years ago

Last reply by AliceWyman 6 years ago

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How to support new CEO Brendan Eich ?

As the LGBT free to choose and express their own lifestyle, the new CEO Brendan Eich should be free to choose and express his own personal stance. He deserves to be the C… (read more)

As the LGBT free to choose and express their own lifestyle, the new CEO Brendan Eich should be free to choose and express his own personal stance. He deserves to be the CEO. He has the skills. It is completely intolerant to pressure him to step down as a CEO due to his private and personal donation to prop 8. It is not Mozilla's money.

This tolerance-by-force thing has become anti-productive and un-American.

How to express support for Mr. Brendan Eich?

Asked by j350n 6 years ago

Last reply by James 6 years ago

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Is it true Firefox has a new CEO who is opposed to marriage equality? Bad choice. I have used Firefox for years - I will go elsewhere.

I'm not sure if this is the appropriate forum but couldn't find anywhere else to ask the question. Seriously, open source is about resisting the demands that society make… (read more)

I'm not sure if this is the appropriate forum but couldn't find anywhere else to ask the question. Seriously, open source is about resisting the demands that society makes on us to conform and you want to make somebody like that your CEO? I will go elsewhere.

Asked by ghbridge 6 years ago

Last reply by AliceWyman 6 years ago