Here is a guide on how to get rid of all the unimportant programs on your newly purchased computer. Often when you buy a new computer, there are a lot of programs that you either do not know what is, or will never use. These programs use a lot of your computer’s power, and will eventually slow it down. The reason why all the programs are in the Nye is that the manufacturers of the programs pay for their software to be installed on the new computers. If you are not a computer shark, it can be difficult to understand which programs you can delete and which ones can not be deleted.
Fortunately, there is a program that can help solve the small problem, the program is called PC Decrapifier and is free. The program will automatically scan your computer through, and then evaluate what should be saved and what should be removed from your computer.
Download the program here: PC Decrapifier
1. Once you have installed PC Decrapifier, it is great idea to check for updates. This is done by clicking “Chech for updates”
2. If you receive the message below, everything is okay.
3. Now you need to accept the license, press “Next”
4. Now it informs you that you should check the program itself, and not just press “Next”. It may be the program makes a mistake and it has put Microsoft Office on the list.
5. Now you need to choose whether it is a new or old computer. In my case I have an old computer, so I choose of course “No“and press “Next”
6. As for security, you can get the program to create a Restore point, if now that everything goes wrong. It’s always a good thing to be able to go back! Pressurize “Next”
7. Now you can see what it found by searching my computer through, but I only choose to delete/remove “Adobe Reader 9.ink”. It’s the Adobe Reader icon on my desktop, so I think it’s good enough. (how often do you start your Adobe Reader without you doing it via a PDF document?? ??)
8. I’m gonna warn you one last time.
9. Here you just receive a message that it has been handled without errors.
10. Before you are completely done, you just have the option to manually delete the programs that are installed. It’s the same list that you can see in the Control Panel out “Add and remove programs”
11. Finally, you can write some info about your experience of the program.
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Here is a guide on how to get rid of all the unimportant programs on your newly purchased computer. Often when buying a new computer, a lot of programs lie…
Written d. 29 apr 2010-1 Comment