Cloudeight InfoAve Weekly – Issue #868 – Available Online

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Cloudeight InfoAve Weekly – Issue #868 – Available Online

Cloudeight InfoAve Weekly, Issue #868, was sent to all our subscribers on Friday, May 29, 2020, at approximately 7:15 AM, Eastern Daylight Time (USA).

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4 thoughts on “Cloudeight InfoAve Weekly – Issue #868 – Available Online

  1. Beverley Vanderwiel

    Is Dark Reader a good thing to have or do I try to get it off my computer.
    Thanks for your help again.
    Bev.V.

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    1. infoave Post author

      Dark reader inverts the colors on web pages to make them easier to read. It makes white backgrounds black and black text white… etc. There’s nothing wrong with it, Dark Reader is not malware. I can’t tell you if you need it or not. That’s up to you.

      Reply
  2. E. M. Byorick

    This is not a comment on your current topic ,but a way to contact you for help. My Emsisoft license ZES-PAG-MIV 755 ends 6-4-2020, and in that regard I want you to renew it. I am well aware this is not the procedure used to
    conduct business of this nature, but if it will establish a connection to you, it served it’s purpose.
    Later correspondence will follow which I hope will answer the reason for this communication.

    Reply

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