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PC Witchdoctor

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I have three brothers and a father who have all seen combat. But they are all intimidated by their computers. Since I am the only one in the family with enough courage to open the case I am the designated family PC Witchdoctor. That means, literally every time, I visit on vacation I am asked clean/tune/repair/upgrade somebody's PC. A pre-Christmas article in the Washington Post described this syndrome (I am not alone) and mentioned that many of these people travel with CD's full of useful stuff to help.

Aside from the obvious (Zonealarm, SpyBot S&D, Ad-Aware SE, and AVG Free) I would like to know what the "geeks" think I should add to my traveling tool kit.
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Wuz up LthrnckPA, there are many but here's a few:

also try:
Other Stuff

Enjoy :tazz:
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