finding software

Posted: 01-27-2009, 02:22 PM
I use XP on a desktop and have been forced onto my wife's laptop with Vista.
We use Roboform for password entry. Recently, Roboform disappeared from IE. I
cannot find the software or files for roboform because I do not know how to
do a search on the hard drive for it. I could transfer, but she has
different passwords than i have on my desktop

How does one find files in a manner similar to xp 'computer"

finding software


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Gordon
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Re: finding software
Posted: 01-27-2009, 04:47 PM
fkosmakos wrote:
> I use XP on a desktop and have been forced onto my wife's laptop with Vista.
> We use Roboform for password entry. Recently, Roboform disappeared from IE. I
> cannot find the software or files for roboform because I do not know how to
> do a search on the hard drive for it. I could transfer, but she has
> different passwords than i have on my desktop
>
> How does one find files in a manner similar to xp 'computer"
You don't. Roboform is not a Microsoft application. It must have either
been bundled with the XP machine, or you downloaded and installed it.
get it here:
http://www.roboform.com/

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fkosmakos
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Re: finding software
Posted: 01-27-2009, 05:11 PM
Thanks. I don't know what to say except thanks for youir response. It is as
if they, i.e., MS, want to make it difficult for people who are not working
in the computer industry, but who have been using them daily for over 25
years.

"Gordon" wrote:
> fkosmakos wrote:
> > I use XP on a desktop and have been forced onto my wife's laptop with Vista.
> > We use Roboform for password entry. Recently, Roboform disappeared from IE. I
> > cannot find the software or files for roboform because I do not know how to
> > do a search on the hard drive for it. I could transfer, but she has
> > different passwords than i have on my desktop
> >
> > How does one find files in a manner similar to xp 'computer"
>
> You don't. Roboform is not a Microsoft application. It must have either
> been bundled with the XP machine, or you downloaded and installed it.
> get it here:
> http://www.roboform.com/
>
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> Asking a question?
> Please tell us the version of the application you are asking about,
> your OS, Service Pack level
> and the FULL contents of any error message(s)
>
 
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