The pop-up messages are really sending me nuts! I get less of them from avira for using a product that is free. At least let me ignore future versions of messages I've read or take people who are part of the community, for who you have an email address, off the list!
It's not "marketing" anything to me but blistering arrogance about who owns this computer and the screen.
Yani, go to task scheduler highlight all Corel entries, should see 2 of them. delete and reboot.
Sorry click on task scheduler library to see them
Where can I find this as its driving me mad ......
Tap the windows button and type task scheduler
right click the "windows (start)" button, bottom left
type task scheduler in the search bar on bottom
On the left side click task scheduler library and you will see the Corel items on the right side.
Highlight and delete.
I've been thinking about you today Mr Bob. What have you been up to?
I was thinking, I wonder if Bob is still using Sony Vegas or if you had found the love of DaVinci Resolve?
Hi Yani, Glad to hear from you. Been a very long time. How you been? Lost track of you when you were in Gaza.
Vegas is a great program and I have it for bigger jobs. I have been using Corel video studio for web related work, It is not expensive and is loaded with great features.
Surprised you can't kill the pop ups. Every time you update you have to delete the task scheduler. Works well here.
Talk care of yourself and stay safe.