why doesn't aol 9.7 allow roboform to work?

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Answered: Plugin that will attach roboform to aol 9.7 windows xp

One place to check is - Start - control panel - administrative tools - Services - Plug and Play. Thair will be a few things their that are disabled. That's a hard subject for me. Here things can be started and stopped. ------------- You can do a search for roboform plugin.

Answered: Why Is Roboform Not Working With Latest AOL 9.7? I ...

Desktop 9.7 uses Webkit/Gecko as its underlying browser engine, while 9.6 and 10.1 use Microsoft's IE/Trident engine. Roboform doesn't integrate with AOL Desktop 9.7's browser.

Answered: AOL Desktop 9.7 Revision 4343.2039 does not allow right click, properties

what if this is a new laptop and I dont have any previous versions??

Answered: AOL is slow and freezes up. I pay for this service and it should be

Well, first of all why do you pay for something that you can get for free? The only difference is you don't get AOL technical support, which is about as useful as a tit on a bull.

Answered: AOL 9.7 lost connection.

help, help why aol lost home connection
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AOL and Roboform

Hi Barrie: For assistance, please refer to the help article below. How do I go back to the previous version of the AOL Desktop Software?

Why Is Roboform Not Working With Latest AOL 9.7

It likes to hang with the crowd.

How to go back to aol 9.7 revision 4343.1028'

Don't Know what you mean but I'm just starting out here on aol answers so I'm staying with questions that have pictures because if I'm going to show my picture iwant a picture in return at this time .That's all

How to change AOL 9.7 Desktop default browser to Chrome?

If you are reading mail in AOL and click on a link, I think you only get the AOL browser. And I found that in AOL, the right-click menu does not have Save Target As. However you can use mail.aol.com to read mail through another browser like Chrome, and then clicking on a link should give you a tab ...