| | Re: San Francisco Man Stops Using his Smart Phone
On 2/1/2012 5:08 AM, mikeyhsd wrote:
> do not post items that have the extension of EXE.
> you for sure are clueless.
Read for comprehension. No one posted anything with a .exe extension.
The link had a .mp3 extension. MP3 files are audio files that you play
with an audio player such as Windows Media Player, QuickTime, or Winamp.
They will not harm a computer. You can learn about what an mp3 file is
A 'virus' can only be attached to a .exe, .rar, or .zip file (or other
archive formats that can contain .exe files.
Consider downloading an anti-virus and anti-malware program such as
Microsoft Security Essentials if you are having problems with viruses,
but understand that playing an mp3 file is not going to harm your
system, whether you play it directly from a website or whether you
download it to your system.
Also you should understand that trusted web sites will rarely be
promulgating viruses, and one of the largest public radio & TV stations
in the country is highly unlikely to be distributing viruses.
What on earth made you believe that a harmless mp3 file was some sort of