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Old 10-18-2009, 03:15 PM   #2
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franca: Any other favorite free software downloads?
Yes...RevoUninstaller...very nifty free (Windows-based) uninstaller tool which will in addition to uninstalling the obvious bits and pieces of software, will also clean out the Registry of associated bits and pieces--this is controled via an option when doing the uninstall and user choice (based on a display of the Registry keys)...

And Malwarebytes Anti-Malware which is antispyware software. In addition to it allow for both deep and quick scans, what I particularly like about it is that when you click on the Update tab and chose to update the antispyware files, if the software has been updated, it will download and install the software update--this makes it particularly useful for people who find software installs difficult...'-}}

I've been using both for a number of months and I'm quite pleased with them...

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