I can't vouch for viability of the anti virus list below.
AVG 6.0 is a Free Edition Anti Virus AVG+6.0+freeGoogle+Search
& there are a number of Free Firewall's at Free ware site
on the web I like& used Zone Alarm from Zone Labs Inc.
zonealarm Google+Search All I will say is it worked for me.
Do You need a backup software buy GoBack 3.0 Deluxe,
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...and it's free!
This group looks good, if you nee to send to
lists check them out .
Processor is THE magazine
( a paper really) to get if you are in the corporate
computer world and interested in used stuff.
Free registration for site -
Last Update March 3, 1998 by Morris Rosenthal
PAGE-RIPPOFF BY CM3 NOV 1999
Links to vendors of used, refurbished and obsolete parts.
I compiled the list from visiting their web sites, I've never directly
contacted any of these folks ( I'm not making any representations
about their service, quality, etc.. It's all caveat emptor. BTW,
some of these folks are obviously running their own servers on
slow phone lines - try reloading a few time if you get errors.
New & Used Computer Parts And Online Auction
All used stuff, well organized, good prices.
CPU's and stuff from Pentium III on down -
currently selling used 468 DX2/66 CPUs for $16
Lots of ISA stuff, many newly
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New and used IBM Notebook and Desktop
and Toshiba Notebook parts -
Refurbished and second inventory
printers and notebooks.
Refurbished Notebooks ranked by price,
cheapest 486 based start around $199 -
Data recovery and
hard drive repair -
Everything in tape drives and archival
storage, they even repair and rent stuff -
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Used Cisco routers, switches and access
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Don't send me your configuration questions. -
FYI you probabably allready know this .
"Furthermore, the paper computer and the coded machine may be used to call the
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deterministic, condemned to the executions of their programs, that computers donít
make decisions, but follow logical choices, that everything inside a computer must
be quantified, etc. We think that every new knowledge on technology being taught
should always be followed by a criticism on its restrictions and the behavior it
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have to exercise a very restricted class of thoughts, in fact thoughts that can be
inserted and correctly interpreted by the computer. This "machine-thinking" must be
compensated by intuitive thinking such as that exercised when doing some artistic
activity, which we consider the correct antidote to excess of "machine-thinking" (5).