Can someone suggest a program to remove all the "Tags" ppl place in a file as it moves through there


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Demhi Moss

I have an interst in older programs (new one too I guess) but when I
download a lot of the Public Domain files, they seem to have a lot of
useless files that are the equivilant of "KILLROY WAS HERE!".
I use to have a program - Clean 2000 or Zip Clean 2000 - that would
look at the files in my Download Dir. If a file in the ZIP was on a
list ( one I could edit ) it would remove that file from the zip. If
that file was not on the list but showed up in more the one ZIP, it
would display the file and ask me what to do with it. The program
rocked, at least I thought so. However that was many generations of
Windows ago and it will no longer run on my system ( and has not for
many years.) Does anyone know of a program that will do this or do
you have a suggestion for me?
And before you flame me, I do not Bittorrent and never have ((I
couldn't' afford the backlash of trouble primairily plus I don't know
how.)


And if you have read this far, can I get any suggestions on a free
virus scanner? My Mcafee is due to expire in the next week. I
never liked it but it was paid for. I would now like a program
that ASKS me before it does anything. I have had one too many
programs "DISINFECTED" that were never infected to start with. And
when you fix something that wasn't broken, it usually breaks.

So, if any of you Gurus and Demigods that toil here can help, I'd
appreciate. And for the other flamers I am searching the net for a
program to suit my needs, no luck as yet. It might help if I knew
what those "Tags" were called. But reguardless, I do not respond to
rude messages.

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Rich Greenberg

Demhi Moss said:
And if you have read this far, can I get any suggestions on a free
virus scanner? My Mcafee is due to expire in the next week. I

Use the free Microsoft Security Essentials.
 

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