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Outlook Express (??)

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Quicken for Windows

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Microsoft Office

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WINDOWS MAIL ! EASY TO USE ,YOU CAN IMBED MUSIC , INSERT PHOTOS , WHAT MORE DO YOU NEED , EVEN HAS A SEARCH BOX!!!!!

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MS Office because of its versatility.

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Solitaire

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Windows Media Player

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I'm the guy around here people call to fix their computers, otherwise I'm always downloading something for realatives/friends, thus the Opera browser gets top votes. If you are talking about just what is built into Windows (XP in my case), Windows Explorer, if you want to consider it a program is what I use the most, getting my vote. Got to manage all that crap I downloads somehow.

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Corel Draw, NoteZilla

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Open Office

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RoboForm, for sure.

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format.com

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My favorite windows program is yahoo widgets

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I'm in Outlook more than any of the others, but Excel has been my favorite for work for years now. (After Lotus 123 went away.) I can't live with out PDExplorer either. I still haven't found anything as good as XTree though.

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Adobe Lightroom

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