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Comment: Re:Say "NO" to Bloatware (Score 2, Interesting) 554

by TruckerTom (#12912801) Attached to: Windows Longhorn and Internet Explorer 7
If you want a slimmed-down, security conscious version of Windows I'd suggest Windows 2003 Server.

Otherwise, be careful about what you install. Turn off Active X if you don't like it or want it on. Avoid downloading and installing everything you find for "free" on the Internet. "Free" software is not free, because it's usually poorly-written and leaves digital droppings all over your hard drive.

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