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if you want to use mods, i strongly recommend using the nexus mod manger - it makes installing and uninstalling real easy, and helps to resolve any conflicts you may have. you can also turn mods on and off without having to muck about with renaming files etc
video tutorials on how to use it here - the video is for the nexus manager which is mainly for skyrim, but works great with fallout too.
lots of quality mods here - use the 'download with manager' links for an easy life.
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