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Why is Face Book Continually Updating


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#1 Jove

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Posted 27 July 2011 - 05:42 PM

Why is Face Book Continually Updating,

My fire wall keeps telling me the FB is updateing,

is that normal ?

A little while ago I received an invitation on FB for the

video chat thing where you can talk live via chat, (I don't have a Cam), so I accepted it
but I am sure it did not install, . . anyway
I am beginning to wonder what all the time it is updating about ?

I mean from what I am hearing about FB, I'm sorry to say I wouldn't put anything past them.

Of course that isn't the absolute truth, . . actually I'm not sorry to say.

But I will appreciate any explanation you can give me and if you really are feeling generous maybe you can help me get that video conference thing installed.

Me I'm just an artist, not really that adept at inter-connecting hyper terminology with the outer realms of binary digitalitous communications, but somehow I need my bleeping computer all the time, and I hope I can keep it going without getting to far behind the crowd.

Edited by Jove, 27 July 2011 - 06:13 PM.

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