PC Decrapifier 2.2.7

Is your PC running slow? Even brand new PCs often come with LOTS of pre-installed software that can cause that new machine to come to a crawl. Others may have a PC that's a couple years old and we're the ones that installed a bunch of junk! It happens to the best of us. We try a bunch of programs over time and forget to remove them.

The PC Decrapifier is a program designed to remove or uninstall a specific list of unwanted software in an unattended fashion. It can be used to clean off most of the annoying software that is typically shipped with new PCs. The PC Decrapifier will uninstall many of the common trialware and annoyances found on many of the PCs from big name OEMs. The PC Decrapifier is free for personal use, if you use this program for commercial purposes, you will require a commercial license.

Download: PC Decrapifier 2.2.7 | 1.3 MB (Free for non-commercial use)
View: PC Decrapifier Website

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Apparently the following is crap on my computer:

MSN Messenger (hey hey!!! I have fond memories of this program)
Quick Time Task - never touched it in my life...
Sidebar - I use the currency converter.
StartCCC - I guess it's alright.
SunJavaUpdate Scheduler - It's alright.

and that's all that was on the list. go figger.

Izlude said,
Apparently the following is crap on my computer:

MSN Messenger (hey hey!!! I have fond memories of this program)
Quick Time Task - never touched it in my life...
Sidebar - I use the currency converter.
StartCCC - I guess it's alright.
SunJavaUpdate Scheduler - It's alright.

and that's all that was on the list. go figger.

This is meant for OEM computers which normally have A LOT of 'crap' on them. (The developers of the crapware pay the OEM to pre-install it).

Atreus said,

Any program marks quick time as crap is a good program.

I'm on the web a lot and NEVER need Quicktime anymore. What's it good for? Always setting itself to startup with Windows and putting that crappy tray icon in there? I haven't used in a LONG time, so maybe they quit that. I generally install Quicktime Alternative or Lite. if needed.

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