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Uninstall preinstalled software new computer (Bloatware apps)

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by dadecotti, Nov 11, 2019.

  1. dadecotti

    dadecotti Senior Member

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    I read that doing this, your machine will speed up a lot, do you advice that and is there any automatically way to do that?

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    perrymason Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    There's no automatic way that I know of, not sure which is your computer brand but usually regular brands such as HP, asus, sony do not include much and it is easy to manually go around uninstalling the few useless software that is presintalled.
     
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    dadecotti Senior Member

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    The LAPTOP is acer and I'd like to speed it up uninstalled all preinstaleld software
     
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    Triton91 Regular Member

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    Just install a clean copy of windows on your computer and you wont get any bloatware apps.
     
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    dadecotti Senior Member

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    The laptop come with a free 30 days trial of NORTON but I uninstalled it, I think it slow down the machine too much
    Do you agree guys?
     
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    Norton is the worst av that exists probably. So yes, good idea.
     
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    jaintb Newbie

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    in windows 10 you can remove the crappy services to gain some speed and stability
    https://github.com/mattreecebentley/win10_simplifier
    check what it disables before run it of course.
    it has a reverse script to reverse any changes
     
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