The PC Decrapifier is a zero-install application that easily removes the most common pieces of junk that clutter up a new Windows PC. You can run it from a USB drive, which is especially useful for desktop support technicians. The PC Decrapifier has two low-priced purchase plans, one for commercial use and one for individuals.
Five apps for getting rid of aggravating crapware
by Justin James | December 5, 2012, 1:33am PST | Image 2 of 10
The PC Decrapifier
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Better to turn off auto-update and manage updates though group policy, scripts, third party applications or whatever works best for you.
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And the point is?
Looks pretty crap to me.
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