I built my dad, 52 years old, a computer which I'll be able to give to him in March (lives a few states away). Got it running just fine and the system specs will more than suit his needs, Win XP and middling specs, the usual. I was wondering if I could get some software reccomendations. As far as I know he only uses his current computer (which has 32 MB of EDO RAM and no sound, and runs Windows 98) to sign onto dialup and check his e-mail occasionally, play solitaire, and a few other things. He used to listen to music when the sound still worked, too. He's not going to be doing any programming, autocad, or anything of the sort, but we're sort of out of touch and I have no idea what kinds of things someone in his generation might find useful/enjoyable. Any ideas?