My Lenova Think Pad has Windows 7 Prof (configured as XP) on it, and Firefox and Thunderbird. I use it mostly for email, to play simple computer games, such as solitaire and word search, and now and then to look up an address or website. I do not know anymore about computers. Everytime I got an update, something would change and I would have to go and find someone, and PAY them to tell me what happened, and fix it, and put it back the way it was. For a very long time now I have not downloaded any updates, and just press the dismiss, or not now button.
Why do you need to change things the whole time, when it is all running fine. I am now too scared to download anything in case it alters something from the way I am used to. I do not use facebook or twitter or any of those things people are always talking about. I just use it for email, to keep in touch with others, since I cannot hear on a phone.
I am a technologically challenged octogenarian, who did not have a chance to finnish school in the 50's. Will I eventually not be able to use my computer? Or will you keep it running?
Lucy - Lifemagician
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Hello. Are you referring to the automatic updates for FireFox? You can turn it off in the settings to keep the version of FireFox as it is. Besides, it's not a bad thing to try something new. Because the world is evolving, so when something is stagnant for too long it is equivalent to being behind. Developers need to keep adding new features and optimizing the experience of their products to get more users and help them move forward better. Hope this helps you.