Not sure if this is the correct place to post this, but hopefully someone will see this and respond.First,I have AOL dial up unlimited. I am running XP S2 home edition. I have had AOL for about 3 years but recently switched service from $17.95 to $9.95 a month[supposedly the same service, just a better price]. I am suspicious of AOL being behind this. I just started noticing this since my switch as I never had this problem before. I can be using software that is installed on my computer and after about 1/2hr I noticed that I am disconnected and have an error window from AOL saying that I was disconnected due to inactivity. This has gone beyond annoying. It also leads me to believe that they have to be monitoring my keystrokes to even know that I have not been "surfing the web" for any amount of time.Isn't there a way to program my computer to NOT allow AOL to kick me off for whatever reason? I will not telephone AOL as most of the time, it is far too long for me and after a long wait and repeated security questions, I am transferred over to someone that does not speak english. Contacting them via the internet is not something I prefer either as the last time I did, they seized my computer and I had to literally cut the power supply to regain control. Guess they thought I was swearing or was it that they were reading my mind? Any suggestions? Short of changing my internet provider?
Use Advanced Windows Care 2.10.26438 and TZ Connection Booster 2.6 . This is the best 1-2 combination i have come across in 3 years of using dial-up.