AND I think there might be less freeware / open source type stuff out there, maybe I'm wrong there though. There would have been in the old days, but now it's all unix under the hood, who knows. Nic P surfed on by earlier to say that you do have to buy software for it :-(
I think I'm going to get another PC first, I don't want to be confusing the wife, she wants exactly the same setup she uses at work for when she needs to work from home.
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