various sandboxes (and other) review (KIS,AIS,CIS)...

Discussion in 'other anti-virus software' started by yaslaw, Mar 17, 2010.

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  1. yaslaw

    yaslaw Registered Member

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  2. Matthijs5nl

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    Lol, when i follow that link to the video, above the video is a banner for downloading Internet Explorer 6, rofl.
     
  3. Kees1958

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    Matthijs, I don't understand Polish either, but the banner directs to a page which seems to inform that the support of IE6 has stopped (probierz IE8 = probeer IE8?)

    groet Kees
     
  4. yaslaw

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    correct
    pobierz IE8 = download IE8
     
  5. Matthijs5nl

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    Ah i see it now, followed the link. There is a cross through the 6
    Still, i got a little scared when i saw the banner the first time =)
     
  6. korben

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    Just watch the YT videos...
     
  7. Kees1958

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    Yep,

    I thought so. Matthijs is also Dutch. Probeer means try out in Dutch, it sounded a lot like Pobierz, so that was my guess that pobierz meant try out in Polish. I noticed I even mispelled Pobierz :)

    Polish Pobierz, German Probieren, Dutch Probeer (travelling from east to west)
     
  8. Eru

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    Hi all

    I'm the author of this blog and this vid tests ;)

    The banner says in ENG something like:

    Pobierz means - Download.

    This is a polish initiative to say people thats the highest time to update their web browser or to try an alternative web browser ;)

    PS. Sorry for mistakes in grammar.
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    They are testetd day after day ;)
    Dzień = Day in ENG not Week ;)
    Week = Tydzień in Polish :D
     
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  9. yaslaw

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    Hi, and welcome in wilder's

    yup I know - but on the right side of your blog you have category view by weeks ;-)

    Besides,what is the diffirence days, weeks ;-) both are chronological :D

    Thanks for sharing with us with your videos. I hope to see more to come ;-)


    regards,
    yaslaw
     
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