Before my friend GB passed away, I helped him repair the AC in his
daughter's Honda. After testing the thing I figured there was a
restriction in the liquid line going to the evaporator so I looked up
the specs on The Web and saw it had an expansion valve. We had to remove
the glove box and other stuff to get to the evaporator and change
out the defective expansion valve which costed $12.00. After a triple
vacuum and recharge with 134a, the little car could turn the interior
into a refrigerator. We figured a shop would have charged her at least
$400.00 for the repair which was quite time consuming. ^_^
On Sat, 27 Jul 2013 19:30:27 -0400, Stormin Mormon
buy a copy of MS outlook. It will be a lot better than Blunderbird.
If you can get Outlook XP (2003) it is the closest to oputlook
express, the most reliable, and not as complex as 2007 +.
For your use XP 2002 would do just fine - 2003 is better when used in
a corporate environment (and I prefer it al - round)
You can usually buy a legit pack of outlook, or even office (with
outlook) pretty reasonably on Flea-Bay.. Currently office XP Pro on
for $17 to $60.
On 7/27/2013 9:43 PM, email@example.com wrote:
Your kidding right?
I use outlook at work, not half the program that TBIRD is.
Outlook is very limited.
As far as batteries going bad, the only ones I have had go bad (leak)
are Eveready, my Duracell don't leak...
You want a 10 year old OS to match your 10 year old batteries? Have you
considered Windows 7 if the box can support it? I use Windows 2000, XP and 7
on a daily basis. They all work, although 2000 not only isn't supported by
M$, but many current applications won't even install. XP has been granted a
reprieve several times but it is headed to the same dead end.
I would not recommend 8 until they figure out what they are doing but it is
also usable after you figure out the tricks to undo the shambles M$ made out
of the UI.
Time moves on. If you can't run with the big dogs...
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