hey what about me

Discussion in 'Port Explorer' started by Mr.Blaze, Nov 26, 2002.

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  1. Mr.Blaze

    Mr.Blaze The Newbie Welcome Wagon

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    :mad: hey whats the deal my cool important qustion is if port explorer is newby frindly and are the text in newby format

    :Dmy legitement qustion was way worth more than some lame guy going by some childish name called copycat

    what surprises me is you let little kid bring you at there thinking level which had to hurt brains like you guys by haveing to dowengrade yourself to comunicate to such a childish slander with no presedents of such a silly attack on tds good name.

    Your Galvin and wayne even all the bad guys respect you in cyberspace your names are as big as nortion when it comes security

    so the fact that you let someone get underskin surprises me that you even took the time to reply to such a person.

    so why does such a lame poster who attacks get all the darn attintion

    and someone like me who only ask the most important qustion :cool:

    :cool:is port explorer newby frindly?

    :Dis the help manuals newby frindly?

    :Di will be expecting an answer soon newbys would like to know

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  2. Jooske

    Jooske Registered Member

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    Dearest Blaze, i'm sure by now you downloaded at least the evaluation version of PE to look at it and the very nice helpfile, to realise if you really want to play around with the full functionality of it only a fully featured (registered) version can serve your needs.
    As i see in the sytem requirements it can run even on 486 systems, imagine those might be used by older generations of people who might in cases be less quick in understanding the new stuff of today, as well as all versions of windows above 3.11, even the newer today's XP, yeah, it must be newbee / newbie / newby proof.
     
  3. Jason_DiamondCS

    Jason_DiamondCS Former DCS Moderator

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    Just recently Mr Blaze a "newbies" guide was added to the Help File. Most of Port Explorer is newbie friendly, when you first start Port Explorer it shows you the list of sockets on your system, resolving most of them to a process. That way you can tell what programs are doing what, I think that is fairly easy to use but some of the advanced tools like Socket Spy might require a little knowledge. Its hard for me to say if its easy or not because I think it is, so I hope some other people who have used it can tell you.
    -Jason-
     
  4. Phil

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    The help files are clear, concise, and cross-linked -- easily understandable even for those without a working knowledge of ports and protocols. The app navigation is simplicity personified, a very nice bit of programming. Even the people that ride the short bus could be running Port Explorer like an expert without much trouble at all. Why not dl the trial and see for yourself?

    Phil
     
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    Jason_DiamondCS Former DCS Moderator

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    Thats some good advice there :cool:
    -Jason-
     
  6. Mr.Blaze

    Mr.Blaze The Newbie Welcome Wagon

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    :Dcool newby frindly :Ddrewllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll yummy
     
  7. Hank

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    beg your pardon,but which frindly language is this above ? o_O :D

    Hank
     
  8. Pilli

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    Welcome Hank, "Angloblaze'ish" You get used to it after a while :D
     
  9. Jooske

    Jooske Registered Member

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    Hi Hank, call it Blazy? Seems to have some english in it.
     
  10. Hank

    Hank Registered Member

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    Hi Pilli,hi Jooske,

    being a comic-fan I often asked myself how the tasmanian-devil
    is speaking in his mother-language.
    Is it that ?

    -Hank-
     
  11. Pilli

    Pilli Registered Member

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    :D I'll let TD answer that, he's usually around this forum somewhere....
     
  12. Frank

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    Ohh absolutely yes - especially in combination with Tiny PFW !!!
    Don't think about it ,TD - äh Mr.Blaze.This was a special greeting to my australien
    friend Jason :D
     
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