You buy a shiny, brand-new PC. You expect it to be clean, lean,
and mean. Wrong! Buy any new PC, and you’ll find it full of
“craplets”–software installed for no reason other than that the PC
maker gets paid to put it there. These craplets slow down your PC
startup and its general operation. Dell is particularly notorious
for filling new PCs with craplets.
The free PC DeCrapifier removes dozens of craplets
automatically. Using this program is exceedingly simple. Just run
it, and it does its removal work automatically. Don’t expect it to
completely clean your PC, because it removes only a specific set of
craplets and trialware programs, those that are specifically put on
new PCs, such as QuickBooks Trial, Wild Tangent Games, Dell URL
Assistant, and many others.
For a full list, go to http://www.pcdecrapifier.com/removes.
Note that when using this program, it’s a good idea to tell it to
first create a restore point, just in case it removes something
that you wanted to keep.