Removing "Crapware" From Your Windows Computer

If you got a new Windows computer from a major manufacturer over the last few years, you may be aware of the sheer amount of additional software they usually cram onto your new toy. It's presented as a value add, but most of it can be charitably called "crapware". It's not "bad", but there is usually so much of it that it simply ends up confusing you and slowing down your computer. There has arisen something of a cottage industry around removing crapware, and allowing your machine to regain some of it's "oomph" again. John D has a good article to help us out:

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