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post #11 of 28 (permalink) Old 05-18-2011, 10:47 AM
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2) I installed CoreTemp..... awesome!
This part made me laugh

I'm a linux nub and it took me ages to set up temp monitoring in Ubuntu, nothing is straight forward




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This part made me laugh tongue.gif

I'm a linux nub and it took me ages to set up temp monitoring in Ubuntu, nothing is straight forward redface.gif

don't you just use libsensors and gkrellm?

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Microsoft Security Essentials for the anti-virus, stay well away from AVG
Malwarebytes
Ccleaner

I second this.

Want to backup your game-saves? Introducing...
GameSave Manager

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post #16 of 28 (permalink) Old 05-18-2011, 11:38 AM - Thread Starter
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Well I have Office, I honestly think OpenOffice is awesome for something that is free, but lets all be honest and admit that it is so far behind Office.

I will be taking a look at all of these programs. Thanks everyone! Keep em coming wink.gif

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Another +1 to Microsoft Security Essentials and 7zip.

MSE works wonders. Small foot print/low on resources, integrates well with Windows, and its protection is great. Don't let people tell you otherwise. You really don't need anything else unless you feel the need to pay for something lol

7zip is a great OSS file archiver. Its fast, lightweight, and will uncompress/compress pretty much everything.

ffdshow tryouts is a great codec pack that pretty much plays any type of media format.

Media Player Classic. An excellent media player that's great to play movies with an extremely small footprint.

Foobar2000. A great music player that's really low on resources and yet has a ton of features and plugins.

Microsoft Office. Simply put, the best office program out there. OpenOffice/LibreOffice is great and all, but if you do anything serious with Documents and whatnot, nothing beats it. Plus if you're a student, you can get it really cheap.
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you will probably want office too.
Either chrome or firefox.
Utorrent
MSI afterburner
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Ccleaner
Defraggler
VLCplayer
Notepad++
You listed off my EXACT list, added VLC and Defraggler.

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So what is some really good software for making ISO'sof physical disks?


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