Does Thunderbird support

64 bit Windows Home Premium Vista?  Asking for a friend who doesn't use 
news groups well.
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sharon
4/29/2009 4:22:32 AM
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On 04/28/2009 09:22 PM sharon scribbled:

> 64 bit Windows Home Premium Vista?  Asking for a friend who doesn't use 
> news groups well.

That makes 2 of you that don't use news groups well.

Your subject is half a question when it should be a subject.

"64 bit Windows Home Premium Vista?" isn't a properly formed question.

And Thunderbird doesn't support operating systems, its the other way around.

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goodwin
4/29/2009 5:10:59 AM
goodwin wrote:
> On 04/28/2009 09:22 PM sharon scribbled:
> 
>> 64 bit Windows Home Premium Vista?  Asking for a friend who doesn't use 
>> news groups well.
> 
> That makes 2 of you that don't use news groups well.
> 
> Your subject is half a question when it should be a subject.
> 
> "64 bit Windows Home Premium Vista?" isn't a properly formed question.
> 
> And Thunderbird doesn't support operating systems, its the other way around.
> 
Oh blimey, not only do we all have to bottom post to satisfy the 
guardians of Usenet tradition, but we now have to use good grammar and 
properly formed sentences as well  ;-)

As far as I'm aware, TB will run under Vista Home Premium 64 bit (I hope 
this sentence is sufficiently well-formed to be understood by as many 
people as possible).

-- 
Wilf
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Wilf
4/29/2009 8:33:24 AM
Wilf said this on 4/29/2009 4:33 AM:
> goodwin wrote:
>> On 04/28/2009 09:22 PM sharon scribbled:
>>
>>> 64 bit Windows Home Premium Vista?  Asking for a friend who doesn't 
>>> use news groups well.
>>
>> That makes 2 of you that don't use news groups well.
>>
>> Your subject is half a question when it should be a subject.
>>
>> "64 bit Windows Home Premium Vista?" isn't a properly formed question.
>>
>> And Thunderbird doesn't support operating systems, its the other way 
>> around.
>>
> Oh blimey, not only do we all have to bottom post to satisfy the 
> guardians of Usenet tradition, but we now have to use good grammar and 
> properly formed sentences as well  ;-)
> 
> As far as I'm aware, TB will run under Vista Home Premium 64 bit (I hope 
> this sentence is sufficiently well-formed to be understood by as many 
> people as possible).
> 

TB is not a proper abbreviation for the work Thunderbird.
I don't think () are proper sentence structure either.

.......... Okay I had to do it.     Just for laughs.  LOL
PS I'm not even sure those two complaints above are right, I just had to 
type something!
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Big_Al
4/29/2009 9:20:59 AM
Wilf wrote:
> goodwin wrote:
>> On 04/28/2009 09:22 PM sharon scribbled:
>>
>>> 64 bit Windows Home Premium Vista?  Asking for a friend who doesn't 
>>> use news groups well.
>>
>> That makes 2 of you that don't use news groups well.
>>
>> Your subject is half a question when it should be a subject.
>>
>> "64 bit Windows Home Premium Vista?" isn't a properly formed question.
>>
>> And Thunderbird doesn't support operating systems, its the other way 
>> around.
>>
> Oh blimey, not only do we all have to bottom post to satisfy the 
> guardians of Usenet tradition, but we now have to use good grammar and 
> properly formed sentences as well  ;-)
> 
> As far as I'm aware, TB will run under Vista Home Premium 64 bit (I hope 
> this sentence is sufficiently well-formed to be understood by as many 
> people as possible).
> 
thank you
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sharon
4/29/2009 6:22:40 PM
On 4/28/2009 9:22 PM, sharon wrote:
> 64 bit Windows Home Premium Vista?  Asking for a friend who doesn't use
> news groups well.

There are *separate* versions of Mozilla products to run on 64 bit 
systems.  See:
http://wiki.mozilla-x86-64.com/Download

Irwin

-- 
Please do not use my email address to make requests for help.
Knowledge Base: http://kb.mozillazine.org/Main_Page

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Irwin
4/29/2009 7:06:12 PM
Irwin Greenwald wrote:
> On 4/28/2009 9:22 PM, sharon wrote:
>> 64 bit Windows Home Premium Vista?  Asking for a friend who doesn't use
>> news groups well.
> 
> There are *separate* versions of Mozilla products to run on 64 bit 
> systems.  See:
> http://wiki.mozilla-x86-64.com/Download
> 
> Irwin
> 
Thanks!
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sharon
4/30/2009 3:19:48 PM
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