How to Rid a New PC of Crapware
By Eric Griffith 7 Feb 2018, 6:30 p.m.
A new Windows PC typically comes pre-installed with shovels full of crapware you don't want. Here's how to deal with it.
A brand-new Windows computer should be pristine out of the box. After all, you haven't gummed it up yet with software, right? Leave that to the computer manufacturers. They'll gum it up for you with "free" software you don't want. It goes by names like crapware, bloatware, or shovelware because computer makers shovel bloated digital crap by the barrelful onto new PCs.
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