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- noun computing, informal
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It is basically the actual adobe reader, with the crudware stripped out (such as toolbar gunk, etc.). lbrtdy
It is basically the actual adobe reader, with the crudware stripped out such as toolbar gunk, etc.
And in the year or so since then, it's grown slower and slower, with only more and more crudware being heaped on it.
It has more crudware installed on it than is proper for a machine of any era or OS, and the real software that is installed on it - things like Office and Norton Systemgunk - are just too heavy (in my personal opinion) for a lowly K6-2.
More recently security firms have begun adopting their technology and working with service providers to filter out user-generated crudware.
I agree with uzi this is defintely not for novices but has helped me in the past in identifying and removing crudware where Spybot S&D, Spyware Terminator, AVG and others have failed. uzi