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PC Decrapifier 2.0.0

by James 20 January 2009 No Comment

Overview

PC Decrapifier is a freeware utility that cleans useless software that might be installed in your PC if you bought it from one of the big OEMs.

Review

Your brand new PC comes with all sorts of completely useless stuff installed. You can find yourself up to your neck in “crapplications” that you don’t need or want. Initially the program was made to eliminate the “crap programs” from Dell computers, but now it has developed and it supports most big manufacturers. PC Decrapifier has a list of around 50 useless programs that it can remove from your PC, from trial applications like Norton Antivirus to all those AOL programs.

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The program is very easy to use. As you can see it wasn’t of much use to me because I don’t have a new computer, but if you use it on a new PC you will be able to get rid of all those useless programs in only a few minutes. You have to be careful though not to uninstall some programs that you really want to use, that might happen.

You can check out the list of programs that PC Decrapifier removes on the author’s website (link below).

Version Tested

2.0.0

Author

PCdecrapifier.com

Operating System

Windows All

Download link

Summary

 Extremely easy to use.

 Opposed to the applications that it removes, it’s really useful.

Rating

Verdict

OK 

If you buy a new PC your first freeware download should be PC Decrapifier

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If you have any trouble with this software just leave a comment, I’ll help you out! If you know better free programs in the same category, please let me know!

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