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PC Decrapifier Features
Okay, so you’ve just bought yourself a brand new computer. You’ve unpacked and installed it. At first boot (if the computer is a shelf-item) the Computer will self-install itself with the included OS. “This is Great” you think, Now I’ve got a clean computer, ready to use. But wait what is this? Why is the hard drive full ? and Why isn’t there any room to show webpages in my internet explorer ? Where did all these toolbars come from ?
Most Shelf-Ready Computers you buy today are packed with “extras” and trial-ware that you might not want – or care to use. Some of the “bonus” programs (the so-called full version programs) are outdated versions. All the hassle you thought you got away with – now returns to taunt you as you have to run “uninstall a program” from the Control Panel, rebooting the computer at least 20 times to get rid of it all .. But wait! There are options !
PC Decrapifier – Cleans Up that Brand New Computer of yours
I know, I might have exaggerated (just a tad) up there. Nevertheless It is a well-known fact that shelf-ready computers does come with extra “stuff” that might not be of interest to you. Which is why I, myself prefer to install the OS manually. But for those of you who like the “out-of-the-box” solution – PC Decrapifier might just be your rescue.
The program is designed to run on a clean, never before used computer – to remove trial-ware, toolbars, internet explorer add-ons, anti-virus trials etc. etc. (Read the full removal list here). PC Decrapifier will remove every program (in its list) from your computer for you, without all the hassle of removing one-by-one yourself. When it ‘s done – you are ready to use those brand new powers. If you already started to use the computer, use this at your own risk, as it might remove something you’d rather keep.
The program is free for personal use (and can be bought for commercial intent).
Download PC Decrapifier or read more here
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