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SwagOnMe

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So im goign to be doing a fresh install very soon and im the type of guy who dls a shit ton for computer boosting/optimizing apps.

So when i do the fresh install i wanna trim it down to the ones that actually work and dont take much resources

*All latest version ofc

1)cc cleaner -junk files

2)auslogics boost- apparently their registry cleaner and defrag are the best

3)process lasso - for no hickups in system

4)Diskeeper 2011- not really sure if it works for the data optimizing part but it sure does keep my disk defragged

5)acronis 2011 - for backups

6)windows 7 manager - for tweaks etc

for my virus protection

1)Malware bytes

2)avast internet security

all of this along with my regular apps,documents,music,games etc

will also be doing service/task/startup tweaking to make it even better!

So is this a good list? you thoughts?

Feel free to suggest to remove/add more apps

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hey man just wana ask you a question why did you choose avast not for ex. nod32 or kaspersky or norton and dont know if you'r a torrent guy but you forgot a torrent app you can check this link and see if there is any app you want

Site: http://www.mediafire.com/

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hey man just wana ask you a question why did you choose avast not for ex. nod32 or kaspersky or norton and dont know if you'r a torrent guy but you forgot a torrent app you can check this link and see if there is any app you want

Site: http://www.mediafire.com/

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ya i will be adding utorrent other apps obviosuly... These apps are for my computer servicing

Avast is really light and fast and provides decent security unlike the rest. Plus it just works out of the box for me unlike eset or norton

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