EZDictionary FAQs

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When I install EZDictionary, I get a warning that says “The publisher could not be verified. Are you sure you want to run this software?” What does this warning message mean?
A:
You get this warning message because EZDictionary is not digitally signed at this time. You can safely ignore this warning and click the ‘Run’ button to continue installation.

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When I download EZDictionary, I get a warning message that says “While files from internet can be useful, this file type can potentially harm your computer. If you do not trust the source, do not run or save this software. What's the risk?” What does this warning message mean?
A:
You get this warning message because EZDictionary is not digitally signed at this time. You can safely ignore this warning and click the ‘Save’ button to continue downloading.

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Q:
Dose EZDictionary collect and send my private information?
A:
No, EZDictionary does not gather and send any form of user information to any party.

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Q:
Except Internet Explorer, dose EZDictionary support other browsers like Firebox or Netscape?
A:
No, at present time EZDictionary only supports Microsoft Internet Explorer. It also supports Microsoft Word, WordPad or Notepad.

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Q:
My computer has firewall software installed. Does it affect EZDictionary?
A:
You need to set your firewall to allow EZDictionary to get pages from online dictionaries. Also it takes little longer time for EZDictionary to get the page at the first time.

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Q:
My computer only has Microsoft .NET Framework Version 1.1 installed. Can I use EZDictionary?
A:
No, EZDictionary only runs on the computer with Microsoft .NET Framework Version 2.0 or up installed. For more information about Microsoft .NET Framework Version and how to install it, please click here

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Q:
How do I know if my computer has Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0 or up installed?
A:
Click Start/Settings/Control Panel, and then double click the Add or Remove Programs icon. When that window appears, scroll through the list of applications. If you see Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0 or up listed, Microsoft .NET Framework is already installed on your computer.

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