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Question about Timeout in BC's Forum After Logged In


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#1 Nicholas_Kang

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Posted 11 July 2018 - 08:53 AM

Hi all,

 

I would like to make an inquiry about the timeout for BC's forum if I uncheck the "Remember Me" option when I login to the forum.

 

Simply put, how long would I be logged into this forum before I am automatically logged out of it again if I uncheck the "Remember Me" option when I logged into this forum?

 

Thanks.

 

Nick 

 

 


"When the product is free the real product is YOU."
 

An offer of free anti-virus or anti-malware software is essentially a marketing techniqueBottom line...it's all about generating revenue and finding new and creative ways to do so. As such, users may have to deal with occasional nagging pop-ups, nuisance advertising and prompts to upgrade to the paid version or purchase other products.

By using such free programs, you are essentially agreeing to the terms of the vendor's service which includes those annoying pop-ups and ads.
 
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#2 Grinler

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Posted 11 July 2018 - 09:45 AM

I believe its an hour.

#3 Nicholas_Kang

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Posted 11 July 2018 - 05:44 PM

Noted with thanks, Grinler. :)


"When the product is free the real product is YOU."
 

An offer of free anti-virus or anti-malware software is essentially a marketing techniqueBottom line...it's all about generating revenue and finding new and creative ways to do so. As such, users may have to deal with occasional nagging pop-ups, nuisance advertising and prompts to upgrade to the paid version or purchase other products.

By using such free programs, you are essentially agreeing to the terms of the vendor's service which includes those annoying pop-ups and ads.
 
Read more here...





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