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StarShip

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Hello and Good Cheer.

I've been visiting as a guest for some time. You seem to be able to come up with correct answers, a lot of the time.

So here I am. :tazz:

I've got a question nobody seems to be able to answer.

I'm currently running SpySweeper. My understanding is that it's always running.

A friend, whose opinions I value, has suggested that CounterSpy is a better choice.

Am I reading it right? Does CounterSpy also run all the time?

If so, will there be a conflict if I run both SpySweeper and CounterSpy at the same time?

I have XP Home

Thanks
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Metallica

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Hi StarShip,

Counterspy and Spysweeper are both great programs to use.

At this moment I would say Spysweeper has the better detection rate.
There is no reason not to use both byu the way, as long as you don't run them both resident. That could lead to slowdowns and conflicts.

Regards,
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