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- System Process: No
- Background Process: Yes
- Application Process:Yes
- Common Path:
- Uses Network:Yes
- Uses Internet:Yes
The Micro Dialler for Freeserve has atdialler1.exe process as its executable file. The atdialler1.exe process executes the main window for the Micro Dialler application.
The program file atdialler1.exe is required if you are using Freeserve as your dial-up Internet connection for your PC. The executable file atdialler1.exe is not a root part of the Windows OS computers. The atdialler1.exe is a program that does not manifest itself as a security risk.
The Micro Dialler for Freeserve application is a program that is part of the Freeserve Connection Kit. The Freeserve Micro Dialler allows its users to change the dial-up number for Freeserve. The Freeserve Micro Dialler can change the number at any time (24 hours a day, 7 days a week) through the Freeserves tireless phone servers.
The Freeserve Micro Dialler can change the dial-up number of a users PC any time a slight problem is encountered. Freeserve guarantees user satisfaction when using the Freeserve dial-up Internet connection.
Freeserve was a United Kingdom based Internet Service Provider. Freeserve is a communication service company founded in 1998. It was a project formed between Dixons Group plc and Leeds-based hosting provider Planet Online.
Freeserve provided free Internet access to customers buying new home PCs from Dixons stores. Freeserve was one of the first of the UK's ISPs to use the usual monthly subscription payment scheme for Internet access. Freeserve collects a portion of the standard telephone line charges as well. Additional monetary revenues were gathered from advertisements on Freeserve's homepage, which was set as the default page in the users web browsers upon the installation of the Freeserve connection software. Freeserve was notorious for their ridiculously long email addresses. The format of email addresses followed a pattern of firstname.lastname@example.org. For example, a subscriber named Procopio Magalpoc would have the email address email@example.com. Surprisingly, pioneer Freeserve customers have kept their long email addresses to this day.
Additional atdialler1.exe Info:
Part of: Freeserve Connection Kit, Author URL: www.orange.uk, File Created by: Freeserve
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