1. Subscribersonhouse
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    26 Jul '05 21:35
    Hi all. I just took a look at program list in the control panel
    (win 2000 at work) and it showed a program called
    "ORG50" Anyone here ever hear of if? I googled it in and
    found nothing seeming to do with a computer, environmental stuff
    but nothing indicating a program. Don't want to kill it if its needed for
    my dell comp at work but I don't recognize it either. Thanks for
    any help. BTW the program is 4.29 Mbytes.
  2. Standard memberBowmann
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    26 Jul '05 21:52
    The top Google result may give you a clue...
  3. Subscribersonhouse
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    26 Jul '05 22:30
    Originally posted by Bowmann
    The top Google result may give you a clue...
    omg
  4. Subscribersonhouse
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    26 Jul '05 22:32
    Originally posted by Bowmann
    The top Google result may give you a clue...
    Did you find what I found? very busy girl?
  5. Standard memberBowmann
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    26 Jul '05 22:34
    Originally posted by sonhouse
    Did you find what I found? very busy girl?
    She's probably beavering away on your hard drive right now...
  6. Subscribersonhouse
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    26 Jul '05 22:43
    Originally posted by Bowmann
    She's probably beavering away on your hard drive right now...
    hehe, Wonder if she dates?
    Well I solved the riddle. Its not that! The previous owner of this
    comp used a program called ORIGIN 50, a math analysis suite
    for graphing and predo analysis, etc. A junior version of
    Mathmatica.
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    27 Jul '05 08:26
    oh for fukcs sake....that's on my bloody history now...what do i do when my parents want to use the computer?!?!?!?! HELP ME!😳😳😳😳😳😳😳
  8. Standard memberXanthosNZ
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    27 Jul '05 10:37
    Originally posted by Freddie2004
    oh for fukcs sake....that's on my bloody history now...what do i do when my parents want to use the computer?!?!?!?! HELP ME!😳😳😳😳😳😳😳
    Firefox: Tools -> Options -> Privacy:
    Click all the Clear buttons.

    If you still use IE then you deserve to be caught.
  9. Subscribersonhouse
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    27 Jul '05 16:34
    Originally posted by XanthosNZ
    Firefox: Tools -> Options -> Privacy:
    Click all the Clear buttons.

    If you still use IE then you deserve to be caught.
    If you use IE, go to tools, internet options and the new window
    box comes up and the general tab has a box that says clear history.
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    27 Jul '05 16:43
    Originally posted by XanthosNZ
    Firefox: Tools -> Options -> Privacy:
    Click all the Clear buttons.

    If you still use IE then you deserve to be caught.
    They may wonder why all the history is now gone...
  11. Subscribersonhouse
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    27 Jul '05 18:13
    Originally posted by Coconut
    They may wonder why all the history is now gone...
    "history is gone? Wow, that must have happened when
    windows does its automatic upgrade, it has to reboot...."
  12. Standard memberBowmann
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    She'll be back.
  13. Standard memberBowmann
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    27 Jul '05 20:28
    Originally posted by sonhouse
    The previous owner of this comp used a program called ORIGIN 50, a math analysis suite for graphing and predo analysis, etc. A junior version of
    Mathmatica.
    Is that what he told you?
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    28 Jul '05 21:36
    Originally posted by sonhouse
    Hi all. I just took a look at program list in the control panel
    (win 2000 at work) and it showed a program called
    "ORG50" Anyone here ever hear of if? I googled it in and
    found nothing seeming to do with a computer, environmental stuff
    but nothing indicating a program. Don't want to kill it if its needed for
    my dell comp at work but I don't recognize it either. Thanks for
    any help. BTW the program is 4.29 Mbytes.
    Just go to start programs and it should be in there. Run it and enlighten yourself 😲😲😲
  15. Subscribersonhouse
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    29 Jul '05 15:58
    Originally posted by jimslyp69
    Just go to start programs and it should be in there. Run it and enlighten yourself 😲😲😲
    Some programs you dont WANT to run! Looking, well , oggling
    the one implied by google, left me with, as my romanian boss says,
    "limited enthusiasm" to start the program for fear of trojans,
    keyloggers, etc., all the crudware that creeps into your system.
    I finally got up the nerve after using norton antivirus on that folder
    and found out it was indeed a mathematical graphing and analysis
    program used by the previous owner, a PhD in Chemistry, so I
    feel a bit better now!
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