Quote: Originally Posted by TVeblen
Why don't you just fire it up and see?
Most of the techy people here will just wipe a new laptop and reinstall Windows 7 fresh and not have any of the bloatware that comes preloaded on these things around.
So can you delete it? Sure. Windows is very configurable by itself.
But what can it hurt to check it out? Just don't make any changes unless you know what they do and want them. You could always create a Restore Point beforehand.
Yeah, i did check it out. I didn't see where I needed it for anything but was just checking since I'm new to Windows 7.
The thing with re-installing windows 7 is that I would have to purchase Windows 7 again, right? The thing did't comw tith a regular Windows 7 disk, it came with a set of three restore disks which basically puts everything back on as far as bloat.
And then I had to pay extra for those as well because if not I wouldn't have had anything.