Fw: READ! (fwd)

Wed Feb 12 18:49:26 PST 2003

At 21:26 2/12/2003 -0500, Chris Turkel wrote:

>On Wednesday, February 12, 2003, at 09:23 PM, Baralier wrote:
>>>>Hope this clears everything up :-)
>>>Not exactly.  Then what was it that I deleted?
>>See the other David's email below for what you deleted...
>>>>>    In this case the target file is JDBGMGR.EXE, a Java Debug
>>>>>    Manager program used by the Microsoft Java runtime engine. This
>>>>>    file is included as part of a standard Windows installation and is
>>>>>    not a "virus." (The icon for this file is a graphic of a bear like
>>>>>    the one shown to the left.)
>>>>>    If you deleted this file, don't sweat it -- JDBGMGR.EXE is only
>>>>>    important to programmers who use Microsoft Visual J++ 1.1 to
>>>>>    develop Java programs. Its absence will not cause your PC to stop
>>>>>    working or interfere with your applications, so if you're not a
>>>>>    Java developer, you don't have to worry about restoring it.
>>>>>    Consider the experience a lesson learned about the perils of
>>>>>    believing and acting upon unverified e-mail warnings.
>>The Internet: the modern equivalent of "some guy down the pub told me..."
>This just makes me praise the powers that be that I own a Mac :-)

Mac's .....  I've heard that they emulate Windows pretty well.