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    Posted: 09 Jan 2009 at 9:32am
Hey there guys,

I am just curious if anyone made a list of software you would install to your computer when it comes? Kind of like "starter software" that you usually install on any PC so that you can function.

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I download ccleaner, bitdefender (since I paid for it otherwise AVG or Avast), I ditched zonealarm since I hate the slowdown in performance but if your paranoid its good.

Laptop:  Toshiba S4527 upgraded to 2 gigs runningMcafee free one year in vista ultimate, in my home edition of vista i use komodo and bitdefender in laptop which is in a dual partition mode. Spyware Doctor starter edition and adaware anniversary edition free version. I also am running malwarebyte's antimalware on both partitions because I run my laptop most of the time.

Cyberpower computer I bought from here winxp3 and Windows Vista (they still gave me a damaged case but oh well I went nowhere fast with them and I could never reach tech support):
On Vista I use AVG free and CCleaner and Foxit PDF Reader.
On XP Advanced FileCleaner with BitDefender.
I didnt buy Vista or a graphics card from them I bought those two separately because of issues other people have with them, and I'm glad I didn't but FYI I bought a HIS 4850 coupled with a Apevia XQpack 2 case with athlon 5000 black and I partitioned the 320 gig Hitachi drive in half and running xp3 and Home Edition of Vista on it with 4 gig ddr2 ram.

Sorry for the long post:

Oh yeah and I run Bitdefender on my emachines T6212 clocked at AMD 3200+ 64 bit with 3gig of ram and MSI 4830 it has a 320 gig  WD eide drive running vista home edition and running Windows 7 64 bit edition on a 40 gig eide seagate drive dual boot.  Windows 7 will only accept Norton 360 running 15 day beta on it then I will figure out what will run it in a week or two so I can replace it.

All partitions are run using EasyBCD which means I can edit the boot entries in vista when I need to delete a partition.

I also download Winzip on all of them just in case I need to download something from the web.





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If I had a computer that has just come, I would firstly install Chrome, AdBlock Plus and uTorrent. Also it is good to have a good media player, VPN service and antivirus. 
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