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What is to your opinion, the best, low res. file compression utility?

That's a bit of a hard question to answer.

7-zip is freeware and a small installer, but to use Ultra Compression, you need at least 512MB of RAM. I compressed the OpenOffice installer last night, and it used 600MB of RAM (I've got 1GB).

The more compression you want, the more RAM you'll need (typically).

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IM = gaim

Browser = firefox

AV = Nod32

Firewall = Outpost Pro Firewall

Spyware remove = Spybot S&D

Image Tools = Daemon tools

... thats it for now

oh and windows = microwinX :P

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DHT means that there's no tracker controlling the torrent. It basically allows all the users to connect to each other instead of via a central computer (that could potentially be shutdown).

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Well... the Bit Torrent network is a P2P network. uTorrent is just a client program that allows you to connect to the torrents that are out there.

DHT simply de-centralizes the network, so there's no one server that anyone can target/attack.

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I like Azureus....works like a charm.

And I use Adobe Acrobat pro 7 cause it is an excellent tool. Sure expensive but **** it gets the job done. OOo exports to pdf but the pages are jpegs so sometimes it is kind of an inconvenience.

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