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Removing some Windows 7 bloat

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I found this yesterday and it does really work. So either I found something cool or I am the last to know. I use absolutely none of the features I turned off... gadgets, tablet, windows games. Even IE9, which I now use in a chrome extension for web design. I stopped at the add/remove older programs, that's a no brainer.

http://www.makeuseof.com/tag/5-easy-...windows-bloat/
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Man, that Soluto thing looks pretty cool! I wish I had known of it BEFORE ordering a new solid state drive haha. In either case, +rep for finding it. If it works, it'll be good for my laptop and other comps without SSDs
    
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