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You can configure the Send/Receive behavior for your RSS feeds in a similar fashion as for your mail account.
You can open the Send/Receive settings in the following way; Note: As an alternative, you can disable individual feeds at the bottom of the dialog so you can still leave some RSS feeds enabled which are important to you and only disable your “low priority” RSS feeds.
So in this default situation, Outlook will check for updates once per hour.
Firefox is Mozilla's next generation open source web browser. I have used it since it was released recently, and I had to come back and give my opinion of it.
Firefox's features include a popup blocker, tabbed browsing, a smarter search, better security and privacy options, hassle-free download manager and much, much more. LMFAODoes this have all the missing things Firefox 13 cut out before i was able to stop the missing plugins prompt taking over a page by selecting a box and also the desktop icon is hidden can anybody tell me why? All add-ons work, its running on the same identical code as regular FF and is 64-bit and benchmarked to be 10% faster. I is faster to load, works well with Vista, and exceptionally well with win7. If you are using an earlier version, and your computer hardware and O. Not memory hungry now, and loads fast, it is a winner.
It is a little more stable, but it is getting to be a large program and it does take a little while to load, but it has some good features, however, it automatically downloads some add-ons and has installed them, one I am trying to delete, as it is memory hungry, and when you are net surfing and it decides to down load an app. The weakness of most software companies is that they dont really support third party plug ins very well. I just tried Firefox's newest version and it was ridiculous.
it slows pages you want to look at.#.5 was better overall, or the latest stable version is quicker. Often majorly important functionality missing from the browser ends up being provided by someone working in their backroom who may not have the time or inclination to update it for free. It's not Mozilla's fault some Add-ons stop functioning after updating versions of FF. Unless I find a better browser, I plan to stick with FF products. Then the Roboform password thing did not respond well. Every page I logged into I got a script not responding error and it wasn't only once but continuous and I had to keep clicking on stop script before it would even deign to respond and even then it was still generating the script not responding error.