I finally got what I had been looking for! I have quite a few new modules for E-Sword (only the best computer bible software for free. Over 600 megs you can download to read and study God's Word.).
First of all I got early English translations.
Then I got the LXX keyed to Strongs. Now, I have the LXX interlinear, but it is in PDF format (there is an online version too, but having it in E-Sword makes it so convenient).
And now for the NT:
The Combined Greek NT--
MM: 1550 Stephens TR, 1894 Scrivner TR, Byzantine Majority, and Alexandrian.And the Scrivner TR Interlinear.
Here's the link for E-Sword if you would like to check it out.
e-Sword Home - the best free Bible study software for Windows
I'm trying out Google's Desktop Search. It is just a beta, and hasn't reached full potential for me because they haven't added indexing for Mozilla Firefox or MozillaThunderbird. Nevertheless, it has already been very helpful.
It looks just like Google and works the same. But searching on your computer will never be the same.
There is one security concern for those who share a computer. Because there is no separate log on, someone could go through your files. But, hey, isn't that the purpose of a beta, to test?