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mcleaver Language and MPC
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Last edited on 27th Nov, 2008 21:33

I note some strange spelling errors on the site... (e.g. loosing for losing).
I also note that Media Player Classic is listed as a danger. Why?
PS: What's OSI?

CFischer RE: Language and MPC
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Last edited on 27th Nov, 2008 22:26
on 27th Nov, 2008 21:33, mcleaver wrote:
I note some strange spelling errors on the site... (e.g. loosing for losing).
I also note that Media Player Classic is listed as a danger. Why?
PS: What's OSI?

I think spelling errors will happen on every page in the internet. Maybe it is easier to send it via the Contact list to the Webmaster that they will be cleaned.
Although the MPC must not be installed Secunia PSI is able to scan files which are located on your hard disc. Therefore you have also the possibility to keep MPC up-to-date.
OSI (Online Software Inspector) is like the PSI but the web version, so no need to install it local.

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mcleaver RE: Language and MPC
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on 27th Nov, 2008 22:23, CFischer wrote:
Although the MPC must not be installed Secunia PSI is able to scan files which are located on your hard disc. Therefore you have also the possibility to keep MPC up-to-date.

It is up to date - 6.4.9.1 from August this year.
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E.Jeppesen RE: Language and MPC
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on 27th Nov, 2008 22:23, CFischer wrote:
OSI (Online Software Inspector) is like the PSI but the web version, so no need to install it local.


One difference between the OSI (Online Software Inspector) and the PSI (Personal Software Inspector) is how many programs are scanned. The OSI scans about 70 of the most commonly installed programs and the PSI tries to map all programs on your PC without limitations.

If one only wants a quick introduction to patching, or doesn't have the option of installing programs, the OSI is a good alternative. Otherwise the PSI will provide added security with its more thorough scanning.
E.Jeppesen RE: Language and MPC
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on 27th Nov, 2008 21:33, mcleaver wrote:
I note some strange spelling errors on the site... (e.g. loosing for losing).


You are most welcome to let us know the location of the spelling error you have found so we can have it corrected.

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