Browser, Kazaa and Spyware Eliminator links - reposted from Provincial

Brad

Member
Nick Koutras said:
My system combines the following:

Best Browser
http://www.mozilla.org/releases/
No Adds, No Cookies past this session, No security problems.



Best Kazaa
http://www.k-lite.tk/



Best Spyware Eliminator
http://spybot.safer-networking.de/index.php?lang=en&page=download


Combine the above with Norton Firewall
and you have an unpenatratable system
Nick's provided some great links that may be of interest to all. I have downloaded K-lite and Spybot and both are better than what I had bfr.
When I get a chance I'll try Mozilla.
 

thornc

Member
Brad said:
Nick's provided some great links that may be of interest to all. I have downloaded K-lite and Spybot and both are better than what I had bfr.
When I get a chance I'll try Mozilla.

Try mozillafirebird instead!!
 

Brad

Member
... last couple of weeks I've been downloading, uploading, sideloading, un and installing, defragmenting, bugchecking, wiping, swiping and .... phew ... time to reload and recharge my batteries.

Thanks for the input Thornc ! One of these days I'll be able to keep up with you guys ... or not ;)
 

thornc

Member
Brad said:
... last couple of weeks I've been downloading, uploading, sideloading, un and installing, defragmenting, bugchecking, wiping, swiping and .... phew ... time to reload and recharge my batteries.

Thanks for the input Thornc ! One of these days I'll be able to keep up with you guys ... or not ;)
I should have elaborated more on my suggestion.

Mozilla is taking a huge spin on they development, they are going from being a monolithic one program does it all, to small specialized apps.

MozillaFirebird is the new name of the once called Phoenix browser, which is the Mozilla browser without any other apps. So it has all the functions of the browser but no email and other apps so it's a lot faster!!

It's the one I've been using for a while, I only revert back to IE when I need to, that means when some stupid site admin forgers to follow the estabelished standards and follows MS rules instead! :dang:

My best advice to you is choose a series of programs that do what you need and stick with them, only upgrade for security reasons or for some feature that you really really need! That way you keep things stable!
 
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