1. CyberTech

    Microsoft Microsoft Under Fire for Re-Installing Windows 10 Bloatware After Every Update

    Microsoft Under Fire for Re-Installing Windows 10 Bloatware After Every Update Bloatware in Windows 10 isn’t quite a new thing, and users have been complaining about this for several years already, but the problem is once again going viral after the release of the April 2018 Update. A...
  2. LukeLovesSecurity

    Q&A Should I root my Android device? (Read before voting)

    I want to root my android device for a few good reasons. Firstly, I want to be able to have a firewall that is on 24/7. I can not use a no-root firewall as it won't allow me to use a VPN. Secondly, I want to delete the bloatware that comes preinstalled with the device. It takes up space and acts...
  3. S

    Users are Forced to use Avira Launcher - Avira 2017 without Bloatware?

    Updated: Prior to submitting my post I was intrigued by the fact Avira Launcher is mandatory for Avira Antivirus. "Avira Launcher is an important component of the protection package. Therefore, starting with the latest update, Avira Antivirus Pro as well as all the other Avira products require...
  4. frogboy

    These big-name laptops are infested with security bugs – study

    Bloatware creates easy pwnage Computers from many of the biggest PC makers are riddled with easy-to-exploit vulnerabilities in pre-loaded software, security researchers warn. The research from Duo Security shows that bloatware is not just a nuisance that causes a lag in system boot-up, but a...