How to delete a new york times account

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  1. How can I access Replica Edition when I’m offline?

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  1. How can I get help activating my nytimes.com access as a Replica Edition subscriber?

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If you are unable to locate your Welcome email but are a confirmed Replica Edition subscriber, you may activate your nytimes.com access here . You will need to use the email address and zip code associated with your PressReader account. You will then need to create a nytimes.com account, or log-in if you already have one.

Please contact New York Times Care for additional assistance.

  1. How can I access Replica Edition if I’m not a New York Times subscriber?

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The New York Times is going to introduce “paywall”, a system which limits visitors to 20 articles per month, globally on March 28. After the free articles a message appears (as below) that asks users to sign up for unlimited access to the contents on the site.

How to delete a new york times account

When you reach the 20-article limit and try to read more, the article loads just fine and is also visible in the page source, however it quickly gets covered by the overlay.

So here are three simple ways to block that overlay in all browsers and continue reading.

Update: The NYTimes has updated their paywall. The content is no longer hidden behind a big transparent div, but instead is now actually removed from the page entirely. It’s still simple to defeat, though. Using your favorite adblocker, block the following URLs:

Google Chrome

For Google Chrome users, there’s an extension called New York Times Paywall Smasher available. Just install it and you will have unlimited access.

Here’s a demo video created by the developer:

Install: New York Times Paywall Smasher

All other browsers

Use a bookmarklet called NYTClean NYClean. Simply visit the site and drag the bookmarklet onto your bookmarks toolbar. Whenever NYTimes block you from reading an article, click on it.

There’s another userscript available called the NY Times Paywall. This script works similar to the Chrome extension by automatically blocking the overlay. Thus allowing you to continue reading articles without having to click anything.

Those two methods will work on all browsers.

Instant Methods

If you don’t want to install anything and are looking for a quick to way to read an article, then simply remove “ ?gwh=numbers ” from the URL.

The site uses cookies to keep count of your read articles, so you can also clear the browser cache, or switch browsers to start afresh. If you are on Google Chrome, you can use an extension called Forget Me to delete cookies and cache of only the New York Times website.

How to delete a new york times account

  • Nov. 21, 2014

Call it Uber Angst.

This is a new quandary faced by customers reliant on Uber’s on-demand taxi app but unsettled about supporting a company whose attitudes toward privacy and women have been making headlines.

Margit Detweiler, founder of the website TueNight.com, is among those wondering what to do.

Last week, she was late for a conference and needed a ride, quickly. “I was faced with a moral dilemma,” she said.

The desire for punctuality won out, and she ordered a car from her Uber app. When she arrived at the conference, a friend sheepishly confessed to her that she, too, had used Uber to get there on time. “We thought we should tweet, ‘We have ‘Uber Shame,’ ” Ms. Detweiler said.

Her conflicted feelings reflect an intensifying refrain coming recently from devotees. They are re-examining their relationship with the company after reading about last week’s comments made by Emil Michael, Uber’s senior vice president for business at Uber, who suggested that the company hire researchers to spy on journalists critical of Uber’s policies and executives.

Kelly Hoey, a New York-based angel investor, deleted her account out of privacy concerns. “I don’t want them to have my information, my credit card or my name,” she said.

Mr. Michael’s comments, published by BuzzFeed, cap off a year of P.R. stumbles by the company’s leadership. Its founder and chief executive, Travis Kalanick, was quoted in GQ magazine making jokes about how easy it is for him to attract women now, and he has been derided by critics as being blasé about issues of safety for female Uber customers.

In a statement provided by an Uber spokeswoman, Mr. Michael commented on what he called “remarks attributed to me at a private dinner,” saying that they “do not reflect my actual views and have no relation to the company’s views or approach. They were wrong no matter the circumstance and I regret them.” In another statement, the company said its product is safe for female riders.

Some customers, now former customers, are not appeased. Imran Malek, an engineer at DataXu in Boston, deleted his Uber app, he said, after days “of my finger hovering over the delete button.”

He used Uber as much as seven times a week, he said. But he said it bothered him that Uber did not more severely censure Mr. Michael for his comments, specifically those related to the tech journalist Sarah Lacy, who has criticized Uber’s culture for being hostile to women.

To him, it signals a winner-takes-all culture that justifies any behavior so long as everyone is getting rich. “If investors choose to value you for billions, you are untouchable,” Mr. Malek said.

Lisa Abeyta, the founder of a tech company in Albuquerque, has been a devoted fan of Uber for more than a year. She found the app easy to use when traveling in cities like New York and Los Angeles.

Ms. Abeyta said she felt actual pride in being an Uber customer, particularly after meeting a driver in Los Angeles who told her he was able to buy a house because of the income he generated via Uber. “We had this feeling we were empowering people,” she said.

But after learning of Mr. Michael’s comments, Ms. Abeyta snapped. She not only deleted the app from her smartphone, but she sent emails to the company demanding that Uber remove her account completely.

“There is a difference between being competitive and being dirty,” Ms. Abeyta said. “It is bad-boy, jerk culture. And I can’t celebrate that.”

How to delete a new york times accountBypass the paywall of The New York Times website by clearing browser cookies.

The New York Times has enabled their metered paywall in U.S. and all other countries. That means if you are to read stories on the nytimes.com website beyond your free quota, which is about 10 articles per calendar month, you’ll have to buy a digital subscription.

The details of the various subscription plans are available at nytimes.com/access. The basic plan costs around $15 per month and that will give you unlimited access to all content on the NYT website from your computer and your mobile phone. If you would like to read the NYT on a tablet, like the iPad, the plan is $20 per month.

Get Around the Times Paywall by Clearing Cookies

The New York Times currently uses browser cookies, and not IP addresses, to keep track of how many articles you have read on their online website. That means if you are reading the NYT articles in Google Chrome and then switch to Firefox or IE, the limit is reset to zero because cookies aren’t shared across browsers.

If you would like to stick with one browser, you can still get around the NYT paywall by clearing the cookies that are associated with nytimes.com (there’s no need to clear all the browser cookies). All web browsers let you remove cookies through their Privacy settings but a easier way to get this done is through a cookie bookmarklet.

To get started, drag and drop the following Paywall bookmarklet to your browser’s favorites bar. Then open any story on the New York Times website and hit the bookmarklet to reset your read counter to zero.

Here’s a video demo:

You should only run the bookmarklet while you are on a page of nytimes.com. If you would like to know whether the cookies have been successfully cleared or not, copy-paste the following code into your browser’s address and hit enter.

The browser may also be set to completely disallow cookies from the nytimes.com domain but that won’t work because The New York Times website requires cookies.

Bypass the New York Times Paywall with Google

If the previous workaround isn’t working, you can easy bypass the Times paywall with Google as a proxy server. While you are on a Times web page, remove everything from the URL that’s after the ? (question mark).

Now replace nytimes.com in the following URL with the full URL of the story and it should open without issues in your browser.

The last workaround is Google search. Copy-paste the full title, or even the URL, of any NYT story into the Google search box and click on the first result. There’s a daily limit of 5 articles that you can read through Google beyond the free monthly limit.

Julie McCormick is a writer, and co-owner of The Cleveland Leader, a Technorati Top 1000 site. Read full profile

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I get that the newspaper and entire print industry is going through a rough time with advertisers dropping left and right and their subscriber base dwindling, but I’m still not sold on the idea of charging for access to news stories online as the way to save the news industry. Nevertheless, the New York Times made the decision to begin charging for access to their online news stories and features, and that went into effect on Monday afternoon. You’ll still be able to read up to 20 articles per month for free if you come to the NY Times’ website via a search engine such as Google, but if you dial up the site directly you won’t have that option. My motto has always been, “Where there’s a will, there’s a way”, and in this case, if you’re willing to do some finagling, you can still read much of the NY Times’ content online for free. If you’re lazy and have the extra cash to justify a subscription, then by all means, get a subscription. But if you’re like me, a casual reader of the NY Times who probably reads more than their 20 articles a month but not enough to justify paying $35 every four weeks, then you’ll want to check out some of these work-arounds that will help you achieve your goal of reading the NY Times for free online:

Use Social Media Feeds

The NY Times loves social media and makes good use of it, having more than 250 Twitter accounts that covers just about every section and blog and every writer. If you haven’t signed up for Twitter yet, now’s probably a good time to do so. Clicking through their Twitter feed links will take you to the full article, without harassing you to pay. But it’s not just the NY Times’ official feeds that will let you click through for full access to an article — any link shared on the site will put you through. The same trick will also work on Facebook. The NY Times does not want to stop people from sharing a big or interesting story with their friends and acquaintances by putting up a paywall, so for now this is an easy way to get around it.

Use the NYTClean Bookmarklet

Another way to beat the system involves utilizing the NYTClean bookmarklet. Sure, it will require an extra click for every article, but you’ll accomplish your ultimate goal of reading the New York Times’ for free online. To get started, point your browser to this page on the Euri.ca Blog and then click and hold on the NYTClean link located in the middle of the page and drag it to your bookmarks toolbar. Anytime you hit a page on the NY Times’ website asking you to cough up some cash to continue reading, simply hit the NYTClean bookmark in your toolbar. Magically, it works and you’re redirected to a free version of the article.

User the NY Times Paywall User Script

If the bookmarklet process described above sounds too complicated or time-consuming (it’s not really), or you’d rather just automate the process of getting to the free version of a NY Times article every time you hit a stop page asking you to subscribe, a user script is just what the doctor ordered. Install the NY Times Paywall user script from UserScripts.org. Firefox users will first need to install Greasemonkey, and then click “Install” on the script pages. Chrome users just need to click “Install”, while Safari users can set up Greasekit to manage user scripts. For Internet Explorer the Trixie add-on should help you manage user scripts.

Install the New York Times Paywall Smasher for Google Chrome

Chrome users have another option for automating their free access to New York Times’ online content. Introducing the New York Times Paywall Smasher browser extension.

Access the Site Using a Proxy

The NY Times checks your IP address to see how often you’re visiting their site and reading their articles. So, you could use different computers in different locations to read their articles, but that’s probably quite a hassle. Instead of physically relocating yourself, simply re-route your web queries using a proxy. There are a number of free proxy websites online, such as HideMyAss.com, which mask your actual IP and make it appear as though you are accessing a site from elsewhere.

Use Google to Read 5 Articles for Free Daily

This method still limits you somewhat, but you’ll get a lot more free content than you would if you simply went directly to the New York Times’ website.

If you’ve stumbled on any other ways to bypass the New York Times’ limits on free access, please share in the comments.

New Tab is an adware program that will display advertisements every time you open a new tab on your browser, whether on Firefox, Chrome or Internet Explorer. New Tab is completely useless except for the fact that it earns money for its author and also spies on websites you visit on the Internet so that it can flood you with advertisements and slow down your Internet browser. You must remove it from your computer right away and we explain how you can do that below.

How to delete a new york times account

How to remove New Tab ?

Step 1 – Remove New Tab from your browser

Step 2 – Remove New Tab with Adwcleaner

Reset your browser (if necessary)

If after following the above steps New Tab is still present on your computer, you can reset your browser by following the instructions below.

    Chrome Firefox Internet Explorer

  • Open Chrome.
  • Click on the three stripes button in the right top corner.
  • Select Settings.
  • Scroll down to the end of the page, search for Show advanced settings.
  • Scroll down once again to the end of the page and click Reset browser settings button.
  • Click Reset once more.
  • Open Firefox
  • Go to the orange Firefox button in the top left.
  • Go over to the Help sub-menu, then select Troubleshooting Information.
  • Click the Repair Firefox button in the upper-right corner of the page.
  • Mozilla Firefox will automatically restart.
  • Open Internet Explorer.
  • Click on the wrench incon in the top right corner the select Internet Options.
  • Select the tab Advanced and then on the Reset button.
  • In the Reset Internet Explorer settings section, select the Delete personal settings check box, then click on Reset button.
  • Restart Internet Explorer.

AdwCleaner is a tool that searches for and deletes Adware, Toolbars, Potentially Unwanted Programs (PUP), and browser Hijackers from your system. If you use AdwCleaner you can simply remove many of these types of programs for a better user experience on your pc and while browsing the internet.

Don’t need that administrator account on your Windows 10 computer anymore? This tutorial will show you 5 ways to remove the administrator account from Windows 10 quickly.

  • If that administrator account is removed, some of the data, like personal settings for that account will be erase.
  • You can’t delete the normal administrator account when you are login with it. So, you should sign in with another administrator account (has administrator privilege), and then remove that one you don’t need.
  • Built-in administrator can’t be truly removed from your Windows 10 system, but can be disabled and hidden.

5 ways to remove admin account from Windows 10: Disable built-in administrator account in Windows 10Remove administrator account from account settings directlyRemove administrator account via Control PanelRemove administrator account through Command PromptHow to remove administrator account in Windows 10 without password?

Disable built-in administrator account in Windows 10

If don’t need the built-in administrator account any more, it is highly recommended to disable and hidden it. Here is the easiest way to disable default administrator account with cmd:

1. Run Command Prompt as administrator.

2. Type in the command: net user Administrator /active:no , and press Enter .

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Remove administrator account from account settings directly

1. Click on “Start” , select “Settings” в†’ “Accounts” .

How to delete a new york times account

2. Select “Family & other user” , under Other users, click on the user account that you want to remove, and then click on “Remove” button.

How to delete a new york times account

3. Click on “Delete account and data” , and then the account is removed successfully.

How to delete a new york times account

Remove administrator account via Control Panel

1. Press “Windows +X” , select “Control Panel” .

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2. Select “User Accounts” .

How to delete a new york times account

3. Click on “User Accounts” again.

4. Click on “Manage another account” .

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5. Select the user account that you want to delete.

6. Click on “Delete the account” .

How to delete a new york times account

7. You can select the option “Delete Files” or “Keep Files” .

Remove administrator account through Command Prompt

1. Open Command Prompt as administrator.

2. Type in the command: net user username /delete , and press Enter .

How to delete a new york times account

The methods above need to login system to remove administrator account, however, if you are locked out of the Windows 10 computer forgot password, how to add or remove the administrator account?

How to remove administrator account in Windows 10 without password?

Follow the steps below to delete administrator account from Windows 10 without password:

1. Boot your computer from a Windows 10 setup or recovery disk.

2. When goes to the Windows installation screen, press “Shift + F10” .

How to delete a new york times account

3. Use the following command to replace “osk.exe” with “cmd.exe”.

d:\
cd windows\system32
copy cmd.exe cmd.exe.ori
copy osk.exe osk.exe.ori
del osk.exe
ren cmd.exe osk.exe

4. After running the command above, eject the media device, and restart computer with the command: shutdown -r-t 00 .

5. When boots to the logon screen, click on “Ease of access” , and select “On-Screen Keyboard” . This will bring up the system Command Prompt which is not the same command prompt application as above.

6. Now you can delete the administrator account with command: net user username /delete .