remove facebook messenger from Iphone 5 c

August 19, 2014 at 05:40:33
Specs: Windows 7
I do not like the messenger and I want to delete it off my iphone 5 c. Trying to ask a question is crazy on here....add more enter this ...add one more thing....spelling errors....It isn't that important to spell every little word correctly to get an answer.

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#1
August 19, 2014 at 07:19:05
Try this:

https://discussions.apple.com/threa...

There's nothing wrong with using correct spelling and sentence structure.


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#2
August 19, 2014 at 11:22:20
Sadly... often poor spelling and poor punctuation can mean no-one can clearly understand what the problem is for which help is requested; or may mean people misinterpret what was presented and being asked...

Similarly inadequate information - with regard to the kit (equipment involved) and the operating system or other software that is involved frequently makes it very difficult to know what is amiss. And that is one reason why many here will ask what is make/model of the hardware under discussion; and/or operating system, or other software that is also involved.

The "od spelink errer" is understood - it happens and often is ignored; as the overall text is clear (one hopes). But a whole stream of mispelt text, poorly puncutated and so on - many will give up and move onto the next CFH (Call For Help) post.

There are many here for whom "English" (be it "English English" or the "American version") is not their first language; and often many here can deal with that. But when it's just plain poor syntax, poor spelling, little or no punctuation (no full stops or even commas; no capital letters to show start of a new sentence...) and all that is writ/posted here is a solid stream of text (spelt correctly or not), it's often well nigh impossible to interpret what is actually being said, being asked and so on. Grammar (in every language) evolved for a reason; clarity of communication - thus allowing a clear exchange of ideas, thoughts, information and the posing of questions and answers to those questions.


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