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  1. Thanks for the advice! I just went through and uninstalled the bloatware one by one. I think it much simplier that way.
  2. I recently bought a desktop from Asus. As per the norm these days it came with a lot of bloatware. I've been told to do a fresh install of Windows 7 to get rid of it all and clear my computer of that nonsense, and then download the drivers after. How do I go about doing this? The computer did not come with a Windows 7 install disc. What should I do? Any help would be greatly appreciated!
  3. I've been eyeing Lenovo computers for some time now. Those look great! Thanks for your help Mr. President!
  4. Hey Mr. President, I actually have a laptop that's about a year and a half old; one that I am very happy with. So that laptop will be perfect. It is however a basic laptop despite it meeting normal needs. However, I like desktops because of a more 'engrossing' experience. I also like to game on my desktop too, very much so as a matter of fact lol and my laptop cannot meet those needs. I also have a large collection of vinyl and cds that I am currently transferring over to my current desktop and the storage capacities end up being a lot more generous, as do the sound abilities through the
  5. Pete_C, I was looking for a desktop before I start grad school this August. I know building your own PC can be a better bet, i.e.: choosing quality parts yourself, lower cost for more, no bloatware etc. However, I am pressed for time and don't know if I want to devote the time to building my own rig. With that said is there anyway I could see a great lists of desktop PCs specifically? I am looking to spend around 1,000 dollar's. I have checked Tom's Hardware, PC Mag, CNet, and it's hard to get definitive list. Any help would be amazing!
  6. Hello All, I am currently running Windows 7 with SP1. I have an Asus Essentio CG5275. The 1TB HDD is split into two partitions I believe. The first partition is almost full and I figured now would be a great time to start moving things to the second, unused, partition. Do I simply just drag and drop? What files are better to be on one partition or the other? OR should I just delete the unused partition and expand my primary one to use the whole drive? If that option, how is that done? Thanks in advance for the help!