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Topic # 147164 10-Jun-2014 23:06
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Not strictly "VoIP" but I will put in this basket: why do applications still want to push toolbars down the throat of their users? Why do they want to be evil? I know there's money to be made, but toolbars are the work of the devil...





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  Reply # 1063110 11-Jun-2014 07:17
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Because nothing is free in this world...





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  Reply # 1063112 11-Jun-2014 07:22
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 toolbars are the work of the devil.


This needs to be made into a meme!!

 
 
 
 


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nakedmolerat: Because nothing is free in this world...

Obviously hadn't found the bay of pirates.




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nakedmolerat: Because nothing is free in this world...


Sure, it isn't. But Viber already offers paid for Viber Out services. Adding toolbars to downloads to try and get a few cents per install is evil.





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