Started playing around with my new scanner and I am looking at getting the best software to do the job that I have in mind. I am looking at a couple of options and thinking about whether or not scan speeder is going to be able to do what I want. You can download it here, http://download.cnet.com/scanspeeder/3000-12511_4-75446103.html, but honestly I have been reluctant to use cnet since I had a very bad experience with them after I bought my new computer last year. Actually I bought all of the parts and then this friend of mine helped me to put it together. It was a lot cheaper that way and I got a really good computer that I never could have afforded if I had bought it off the shelf of a big box store. In fact I do not think that you can really buy this good of a computer, because all of those HP type outfits are out there using the cheapest parts that they can get hold of without regard to whether or not it is a good deal.
The thing that happened was that I bought this computer, but it was not ready to use because it did not have any of the software on it that I needed to make it work. So I got the computer home and I plugged it up and hooked it up to the internet and I started to download all of the stuff I needed for my day to day operation. Of course if you go to CNET they ask you if you want to download or install a bunch of other stuff. Obviously I declined, without paying much attention to what it was. It gave me the stuff all the same, something called Babylon which is a hellishly problematic browser hijacker.