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Discussion in 'The Edge of the Forum' started by VinsCool, Dec 18, 2015.
Reinstall all over it.
Alienware = little bloatware.
The software they do include is great, though.
My asus is full of crap and multiple useless hdd partitions. Merged and splitted in 2 properly. Reinstalling windows 10 over it nyah nyah
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Aaaaaaand there is it!
All of a sudden, no more bloatware, and 2x faster boot. Now I have to install missing drivers (mouse touch pad is not working, hahaha)
My favorite is when you format and reinstall an os, and the drivers for the network adapter arnt included in the installation.
Nah network is fine. Only asus drivers are missing haha
dont mousepads usually have generic or plug n play drivers? ive only ever needed to install sound/ network drivers (and drivers for stuff i bought that didnt include drivers.
my boot time is pretty fast, in order to reach the bios config menu i have to hold shift while restarting to delay the boot times and launch whatever menu i need or else its too fast for me to hit f12 or f8
Yes but this one didn't lol. After a first update, rebooted and it worked lol
"Reinstall all over it."
Just remember to not use the discs it came with. Actually who am I kidding, computers do not come with discs any more.
I probably should sort some copies of windows 8 and 10 though. Fortunately everybody I know at this point is happy enough with 7.
Yeah. You shouldn't use the drivers from the disks either. They're most likely outdated.
the disc used to be full of crap too!
Everything is up to date now
How many years did it take to update?
Around half an hour or so.
When I re-installed Windows 8 on my laptop a while back, it took 2 hours for it to update.
I got my pc for $1000 Microsoft has a pc with the same specs for $2000
And you could build a better PC for less
lol prebuilts are crap
I would agree. I usually build my PCs, but the former factor of this pc is great, and I do a lot of travelling. I bring this pc everywhere.
How to get rid of bloatware? A better question is why you'd buy a pre-built PC.
Aren't laptops pre-built PCs by definition?