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#1 shelf life

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Posted 11 December 2004 - 03:21 PM

Jan 2005 issue PC World mag. a article about using HJT to remove spyware mentions TomCoyote Forums

" One good resource is the large group of dedicated volunteers on the TomCoyote Forum"

http://www.pcworld.c...d,118508,00.asp
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Posted 26 December 2004 - 02:06 AM

I would like to say thanks for all the education i have recieved since finding your site. Wether you guys (or gals) know it or not there must be lots of silent surfers just reading the threads. I have been able to make informed and i believe good decisions by just reading everything of interest that i could find. i noticed the amount of replies (help) being offered and the quality of the advise, but also the general tone of those advising. I have read through many other sites for different troubleshooting ( such as decrypting dvds) and i am emmbarrased and angry to read the tone of those supposedly helping. I am happy to be here, and from what ive seen so far i wouldnt be afraid to ask questions. IGNORANCE does not mean that you are stupid- It only means that you do not know something. Get an education. ask your questions. Thanks :thumbup: javascript:emoticon(':thumbup:') smilie

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