I'm wondering about the alias triggered by "f", which I looked through the aliases list to find that it's supposed to look up processes running in the background. When I type in an entry such as "firefox.exe" it takes me to http://file-extension.net...ile_extension_firefox.exe. It says I should click on a link to find out more about that process, but it takes me to http://www.liutilities.co...r/fileextensionseeker/rb/, which tries to sell me a product named Uniblue RegistryBooster.
In the alias section of FARR it shows the following in the "results" window.
File Extension Seeker (Example: txt) - $$1 | http://file-extension.net...eeker/filename_extension_$$1 /ICON=icons\file_ext_seeker.ico
FILExt / File Extension (Example: txt) - $$1 | http://filext.com/detaillist.php?extdetail=$$1 /ICON=icons\filext.ico
I like the idea of using FARR to look up background processes, but this just seems like spam; and I know that FARR would never intentionally that. So is there anyone out there with the same problem, or have suggestions/advice, etc.?
As usual, any help or suggestions are very much appreciated!