Cloudeight InfoAve Premium – Issue #751 – Available Online

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Cloudeight InfoAve Premium – Issue #751 – Available Online

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Our Cloudeight InfoAve Premium, Issue #751, was sent to all subscribers on Friday March 2, 2018 at approximately 8:50 AM, U. S. Eastern Standard Time (USA).

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  1. Nancy Wainwright

    Just finished a very lo- o -o -ong session with Darcy. Remarkable patience. Even though this was setting up a new computer, the connection was very uncooperative but Darcy remained unfazed. It was such a treat to sit here and see things set up properly the first time. As one who’s done it myself in the past, I can easily say “Never without Darcy” in the future. I’d have been here for hours more setting up Emsissoft, Thunderbird, and Windows. Thank you again Darcy!



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