doesn't appwiz.cpl does the same job? it sounds good though to have a proper crap killer at hand
This will save tons of time and could be a great app for anyone. I work on computers all the time and i hate i repeat hate the crap most people put on there computer.
Just one question, does it clean/remove the associated registry entries too?
I think I'll add this to my flashdrive with my other pc utilities. Virus scans, office, boot stuff, and this for sure now.
Just got it for when family members decide to go and buy a new PC that comes with the amazing Free MS office trial and the godlike norton antivirus protection center.
That's so true. I recently acquired a laptop that had a destroyed hard drive. Popped a new one in with a fresh install on Windows 7 and I was amazed at how clean and simple it was. I almost didn't like it.
But the name of the program is awesome!
i love the neologism decrapifier. its so apt for all the crap and bloatware u get on dell and hp and what have you.
It looks interesting. I will definitely give it a try this weekend. Thanks!
Where has this been all my computer-oriented life! Someone said earlier that this is very handy when working on other people's computers, most likely due to the fact that they are unaware of what they have in their little chip boxes.
Great download this one focuses on cleaning those files which other cleaners fail to clean.
My bootleg copy of windows didn't have any bloatware. It's nice.
i don't find satisfaction in it, it's 2 or 3 hours out of my day removing all the crap from a brand new machine and setting it up to how it should be, that's 2 - 3 hrs that i could have spent doing something more productive or spending quality time with my nephew and family. it shouldn't be necessary on a brand new machine.
I don't know about you, but i'm tired of walkin into stores to buy a new laptop to find the prices hiked up because they come with an operating system pre-installed & the store won't sell you it minus the o/s. i have about 12 OEM recovery discs with windows vista or windows 7, i don't want them, i don't use them, but i am forced to buy them with the machine.
I use Linux, my 12yr old nephew uses linux, in fact my whole family is pretty much using linux (yes i'm responsible for that). why can't we just buy a laptop at reduced priced with NO o/s installed if that's what we want? instead of the stores telling us what we want!
Wow! This should help me clean up my Aunt's PC! I will try the PC Decrapifier 2.2.5 soon!
The list on their website isn't all that long tbh.
But if it removes all that Roxio stuff its well worth it. Had a ton of Roxio stuff preinstalled on a laptop once and it took me like 2 hours to get rid of all the programs and processes...
i laughed at the software name. ima download it right now, idk why manufacturers pre install so much unwanted applications and toolbars, thinking it would add to the machine's functionality. had to figure out how to take off these stuff without deleting essential drivers and files. at times its hard to recognize whether these programs are important or not. good tool. ima test it out and let you guys know how it goes
epic name for epic software... gonna try soon
I didn't even know a program like this existed, but I have dreamed of one. I wish I had this a dew weeks ago when I set up my mother's newly bought laptop, would have saved me a lot of time.
wow its a great tools for me and for my daily works. I badly need sucha tools.
I'll have to use this on my father in law's computer.
Just checked it out. I'll have to remember it for new pre-built computers and all their crapware.
Lol, nothing to remove on a XP installed 5 years ago. Anyway I'll further test this app on a brand new laptop to see if it finds anything (it came with Vista pre-installed and I presume it has many unnecessary programs).
This is a very useful tool. The amount of crap they put on new computers is so annoying. It is the first this I remove when I am on a new pc. This tool makes it so much easier.
In my experience, the more use of third-party software the more crapy your PC becomes. Afterall, I think I will try this one and see how good decrapifier it is
After you've rid yourself from the crapware they want to burden your PC with, you can optionally jump to ninite.com to pick the necessary (mostly freeware) software you do want.
Brilliant after a fresh windows install.
(I am not in any way affiliated with, nor do I receive any monentary or other gains from ninite)