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Where for free, can I find.....

January 2nd, 2009 at 02:47 am

I used to have a free virus checker and then for free it would clean up anything it found--spy wear or bugs.....
I lost it, (accidently deleted it and then even emptyed the recycle bin) and I can't remember the name of it.

On line I can find free scanners, but haven't come across one yet that will repair for free. I have windows XP. Any suggestions??

Today was a NS day. Never even left the house. Tomorrow I will get a gallon of milk when I go in for my interview. Then, later in the day I will take the girls shopping for a wedding gift for a wedding we are attending on Saturday afternoon.

I have 4 watchers on my ebay auction. I am selling some boots the twins outgrew. I should be selling 2 pair, but DD4 lost one of hers--it is somewhere in her bedroom, so it should hopefully resurface soon and then I can get the other pair listed as well. I am going to start small, and try to list one thing a month on ebay.

The next thing I would like to do is join a coupon train, but I can't find one ready to take passengers, but will keep looking.

My other blog (about homeschooling and farm life) has over 500 hits on it now, so I am thinking of adding some things to it. I haven't decided what yet.

8 Responses to “Where for free, can I find..... ”

  1. disneysteve Says:

    The most popular free anti-virus software is AVG. Google it and you'll find it.

    Also, Ad-aware and SpyBot are great free programs for, respectively, Adware and Spyware.

  2. mom-from-missouri Says:

    Thanks! I will try it now.

  3. HouseHopeful Says:

    Good Luck with the interview.

  4. toyguy1963 Says:

    I have Avast and it supposedly works better than AVG but I don't know that for certain.

  5. nanda603 Says:

    Couponmom.com may have a train.

  6. CouponAddict Says:

    Startsampling.com is taking new riders;

    but you have to create a account and be a member for 6 weeks by posting weekly in a request tread, this is so they know you will check the threads and not hold up the train.

  7. crazyliblady Says:

    Try Trend Micro at http://www.trendmicro.com

  8. tzigane Says:

    you could always see if any of the readers of your blog wanted to start a coupon train with you. just a suggestion.

    i just started reading and so far have enjoyed it. thanks for tips and stuff

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