Is your brand new computer full of garbage and trial software? Have an older computer that could use a good cleaning? PC Decrapifier can help make the process as quick and painless as possible.
PC Decrapifier requires no installation…just double-click the exe file to get things started.
The first screen introduces you to the program and gives you the opportunity to check for a new release. Click “Next” when ready…
The second screen has the EULA.
The third screen provides a warning to be careful regarding software that you may have purchased and installed yourself. You definitely do not want to accidentally remove the good stuff.
This screen asks which type of computer you are running. Choose the appropriate response…for our example we went ahead and checked “Yes”.
You will have the opportunity to create a “Restore Point” before going any further with the removal process. It is recommended that you do so before going to the next step.
You will be notified as soon as the “Restore Point” has been created…it may take a few moments depending on your individual setup. Now you are ready to check for “garbage software”. Click “Next”…
Our Windows 7 install came up clean but that is not the end of things yet. At this point you will have the opportunity to remove other software that is not in PC Decrapifier’s list yet or was added after you got your computer. Click “Next” to see what is found.
As you can see PC Decrapifier shows a list of the other software on your computer. Here you can see non-OEM installs of Google Toolbar and Musicmatch Jukebox have been selected. It is a good opportunity to remove unwanted software that is cluttering up your hard-drive. Select the particular items that you would like to have removed and click “Next”.
You will be provided with a final opportunity to cancel the removal if you are uncertain about any of your selections.
Then all that you have to do is enjoy watching that unwanted software being removed for you… You may be occasionally prompted to confirm removal of non-OEM software in uninstall windows…
In the final window you will have an opportunity to provide feedback to the software author if desired, otherwise click “Finish” to close PC Decrapifier.
What Does It Look For?
If you are curious about the list of items that PC Decrapifier looks for, there is a list (three pages) provided at the author’s website (link provided below). Here is a sample from the first page…
If you are looking for a good way to clean up your new (or old) computer, then PC Decrapifier can help make it as painless as possible.
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