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    Active Member the illest is on a distinguished road
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    Recommended Freeware

    Browsers
    Avant - http://www.avantbrowser.com
    Internet Explorer - http://www.microsoft.com/windows/ie/default.mspx
    Mozilla - http://www.mozilla.org
    MyIE2 - http://www.myie2.com
    Opera - http://www.opera.com

    FTP Clients
    SmartFTP - http://www.smartftp.com

    Games
    GunBound - http://www.gunbound.net
    Little Fighter II - http://www.freewarefiles.com/progra...&ProgramID=4314
    PlaneShift - http://www.planeshift.it

    HTML, PHP, Etc. Editors
    1st Page 2000 - http://www.evrsoft.com
    Textpad - http://www.textpad.com

    Internet Explorer Add-ons
    ieSpell - http://www.iespell.com
    Google Toolbar - http://www.toolbar.google.com
    MSN Toolbar - http://toolbar.msn.com
    Yahoo! Companion - http://companion.yahoo.com

    Spyware/Adware Removers
    Ad-Aware - http://www.lavasoftusa.com
    Spybot Search & Destroy - http://www.spybot.safer-networking.de

    Virus Scan
    AVG Virus Scan 6.0 - http://www.grisoft.com



    What freeware do you guys recommend?

    I love freeware.

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    Awesome. Mozilla is my current browser.

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    Active Member the illest is on a distinguished road
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    I'm still stuck on IE. lol

    Though I use FireFox quite a bit too.. and it isn't even on my list. lol

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    Is that better than mozilla? I don't like how you can't save pictures onto your computer in mozilla, but currently my internet explorer is down.

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    You should try it.. it's smaller, quicker, but has less features, but it's still awesome.

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    Account Disabled Optigamer is on a distinguished road
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    I really hate browsers with too many features. All I need is Bookmarks and I'm good.

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    Then try FireFox.

    It's a smaller, less feature-full version of Mozilla basically. It can import your bookmarks too, so you won't have to worry about that if you switch over to it.

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    How about opera? It touts itself as the world's fastest browser although I personally use netscape 7.x though.

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    It actually runs slower than all the other browsers on my computer. heh.. I don't really like Opera too terribly much, but it's still pretty good.

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    I primarily use Opera and IE to test sites when I'm designing them.

    I also use IE when a site i'm needs it to operate properly.

    I don't really like IE much though.
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    IE has too much bloat for me, I'm firefox 100%!
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    "too much bloat"???

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    yeah I'm a pure firefox fan too

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    too much bloat means that there is too much stuff you don't need like the annoying built in side panel windows media plus all those other annoying features I don't want!
    Fabo@VolantaStudios.com
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    Oh, yeah, I don't like that stuff either.

    I love my toolbars though. Especially the Yahoo! Companion because with it I can take my bookmarks anywhere, only problem is it only works in IE.. and I did get it to work in MyIE2 once.. but never again.

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