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    Nice freeware tool

    I been using this along with CrapCleaner...this Glary Utilites seems to do more and I haven't had one problem so far>>> http://www.download.com/Glary-Utilit...-10508531.html it does a great job of cleaning up cookies and other left over crap on your pooter....Mike
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    Hi Moe,
    You might want to take a look at this program,
    http://www.iobit.com/advancedwindowscareper.html
    This is a good little program as well.
    http://www.iobit.com/iobitsmartdefrag.html
    Both are free to home users.

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    Alex..that first one you suggested is sweet....are ya using the freeware or the paid ver.
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    Hi Moe,
    To be honest I am using the last free version at the moment.I was using the last beta version prior to that.It had all the options of the paid version.Not really a lot of difference for me as I do not like programs running in the background without my consent so turned of the auto settings anyway.
    This program has come on leaps and bounds in the last year.It is as good as any payware product I can think of even in it's free form.
    I have dvd at home that has all the software you could need to run a PC for anything you can think of.From DTP,burning discs,antivirus/malware and graphics to full office work.Everything on it is legally free.
    No need to really buy any software anymore.
    Yes it may not be the latest and greatest software but it is fully functional for home use.
    I set it up because a friend of mine who was out of work was given an old PC but coud not afford to buy much software.He got XP home with it but that was all.

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