How to install Spybot-Search&Destroy 

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From the Tech Support Pits: From: Hubcap Re: How do I install Spybot Dear Webby I would like to download Spybot search and destroy on my Vista home premium computer from you web site but don't know quite how to do it. Any help appreciated. Hubcap Dear Hubcap Just click on the Spybot-Search&Destroy button in the left side menu. Scroll down to where it says DOWNLOAD and click on the blue cube. That gets you to the Mirrors. Depending on your connection speed, pick the one closest to you. It will ask you where on your computer you want it. Most people are fanatic Easter Egg Hunters and tell it to put it ANYWHERE, and then go hunt for it later. I tell it to put it into E:\TOOLS\Spybot After it has downloaded, tell it to RUN. It will again ask you where you want the program to be set up. Again, tell it to do it in a place like E:\TOOLS\Spybot or let it go to the Windows default place at C:\Program Files\Miscellaneous\Stuff and Such\Programs\More Stuff\ In your case it probably makes little difference, since it produces a desktop icon anyway. When it finishes the installation, run it. It will show you what it found, and you can un-check stuff that you might want to keep, for example the cookies from your bank. Then hit the "Fix It" button, and it does. That's all there is to it. Have FUN! DearWebby
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