Microsoft to launch anti-spyware

  Graham ® 11:27 17 Dec 04
  ventanas 12:07 17 Dec 04

That's interesting, I will look out for it. It remains to be seen if they charge, but my guess is that it will be free for personal use, while commercial users will have to pay.

Thanks for the info.

  GANDALF <|:-)> 12:10 17 Dec 04

I'll stick with Adaware, it is free.


  rawprawn 12:37 17 Dec 04

I will watch with interest,but the programs I run already seem more than adequate and they are all free.

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