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Hey, anyone know how to disable the popup message in Firefox asking "Do you want to save this password?" every freakin time? It only gives you an "X" to close it, but I cannot disable anywhere in the settings or preferences. Please help. Just that alone drives me nuts so much I avoid using it.
I have little experience with linux, I am checking it out hopeing to get a good 64os. Windows 7 is starting to drive me crazy. Purchased at office max after 1st copy was said to be invalid after 2 years. now getting same message with new copy. Claims regestered to someone else. now disableing 64bit programs unless I buy new number. not again. What does Linux have compareable to win.7 ultimate