Here are some I came up with off the top maybe someone can add to the list. Antivirus, Spyware, data backup, and webmail protection, A good antivirus software program will bundle a combo of the above and include some others.
Hi retellect. Based on my experience on using computer and laptops.
1- Web browser ( Chrome or Firefox )
2- IM Messenger ( Pidgin )
3- Cloud Panda Antivirus
4- Winrar ( Extracting files )
5- µTorrent ( For downloading torrent )
6- DAEMON Tools Lite ( For burning and mounting ISOs )
7- Adobe Photoshop CS5 ( For editing photos )
8- Microsoft Word 2007 ( Word editor )
9- Winamp or Windows media player
10- Filezilla ( FTP Server )
If you have any questions about it feel free ask me !
antivirus, word processor, instant messenger, web browser, music player
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