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    Cleaning your PC effectively with PC Decrapifier

    You just bought a new PC and you thought you had an all clean? You're wrong! Many software evaluation or full versions are preinstalled on your computer. Some may be helpful, others are useless and clutter and slow down your computer. Come clean and promptly remove all such software polluting your new computer.

    Even before its launch your new computer is filled with demo versions of antivirus, office suites and other utilities burning through packs connection to certain providers of Internet access, unnecessary toolbars integrated with your Web browser, advertising icons on the desktop, etc..

    One of the first things to do is to make cleaning your new computer. To not spend hours and simplify your life, you can use the free PC Decrapifier. This will allow you to get rid of these programs, both cumbersome and useless, polluting your PC and slowing it down.

    PC Decrapifier detects and allows you to remove including Norton Internet Security, Norton AntiVirus, Norton Symantec Live Update, Microsoft Office Trial, Roxio Express, Trend Micro PC-cillin Internet Security, Yahoo Toolbar, Orange Internet, MusicMatch Jukebox, McAfee, Google Toolbar, Google Desktop, Dell URL Assistant, AOL, etc..

    PC Decrapifier will also allow you to uninstall bundled software installed that you do not use. A feature you can also use a PC that is not new.

    Installing PC Decrapifier:

    PC Decrapifier is a free program you can download from here.

    • Click on the above link and Select the folder where to download PC Decrapifier in Downloads for example, and click Save.

    • Once the download is complete, click Run.

    • Click Yes to allow the software to modify your computer.

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    Re: Cleaning your PC effectively with PC Decrapifier

    Select programs to remove:

    PC Decrapifier will automatically detect software that pollute your computer. It will also allow you to uninstall the software once you will not use unnecessary. Here is how to this all:
    • Triple-click the Next button.

    • Select Yes to indicate your computer is new.

    • Click Create Restore Point to create a restore point. In case of problems, so you can easily go back.

    • Click OK and click Next.

    • PC Decrapifier list then the software has found that pollutant. Check the boxes to the software to delete and click Next.


    • Click OK.

    • The software is removed from your computer.

    • Click OK.

    • PC Decrapifier list then any other software installed on your computer. Check the boxes to the software to uninstall and click Next.

    • Click OK.

    • Tools uninstall selected software then open as you go. Follow the instructions to uninstall any software.

    • When software is uninstalled, the uninstall wizard is launched the following software and so on.

    • Finally, click OK.

    • Click Finish to close PC Decrapifier.

    • Finally, restart your computer.

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