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    Welcome to 10Forums JLBH :)
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    Welcome to TenForums @JLBH. Good to have you aboard :)
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    Welcome to all new members, enjoy your time with us at the best Windows 10 help forum. :)
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    Many thanks to all those who have been kind enough to welcome me to this forum. I am looking forward to picking everyone's brain ..... mines getting a bit ancient now!!
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    JLBH said:
    Many thanks to all those who have been kind enough to welcome me to this forum. I am looking forward to picking everyone's brain ..... mines getting a bit ancient now!!
    Welcome to Tenforum's JLBH :) You will find lots of help on here, and some of the members are of the Older type, so your not alone. :)
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    Welcome all new members :)
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    Should have said Hi earlier, but better late than never. Been around computers since 1986 (Commodore) wrote some basic programmes, and move to my first Windows computer (486 Win95) in 1997. Started building my own not long after and move to using DOS. I know a little about hardware and software but far from being expert in either. Put the free W10 on my PC when it came out but rolled back not log after, and when the free period ended was please to know I was registered to install at any time, so a couple of weeks ago move back to W10 dual booting and a second drive with W7.
    I have picked up most of the abbreviations used on this site, but what does OP stand for, I am sure its obvious but it seems to have been used in different contexts so I am still unsure.
    BTW many thanks for a great and useful site.
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    Jimmyb said:
    Should have said Hi earlier, but better late than never. Been around computers since 1986 (Commodore) wrote some basic programmes, and move to my first Windows computer (486 Win95) in 1997. Started building my own not long after and move to using DOS. I know a little about hardware and software but far from being expert in either. Put the free W10 on my PC when it came out but rolled back not log after, and when the free period ended was please to know I was registered to install at any time, so a couple of weeks ago move back to W10 dual booting and a second drive with W7.
    I have picked up most of the abbreviations used on this site, but what does OP stand for, I am sure its obvious but it seems to have been used in different contexts so I am still unsure.
    BTW many thanks for a great and useful site.
    Original Poster I would think.
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