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Old 06. Mar 2014, 12:46 AM   #30 (permalink)
windyctyprog
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Joe,

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Originally Posted by Joe A.TT View Post
I have a Lenovo too. IMHO, I don't think you should interfere with the D drive. I don't like bloatware either but I'm careful not to get carried away and delete things I don't know about. In this case, I don't know what the D drive is for so I leave well alone.

windyctyprog, in an earlier post sicknero advise you to make a backup. I think that's very good and sound advice - you should always have a way back.
I appreciate your concern, so thanks...

I already made the backup after I downloaded all the updates for both Windows and Office.

As for the D Drive, I am not going to touch the drivers, I think they are all system drivers.

The 4 applications in a separate folder are crap, as far as I can tell through my research - I think they are all trials.

ReadyComm is a Lenovo wireless and Ethernet manager - Windows already does that, why do I need a duplicate?

Do I really need facial recognition software?

NitroPDF, nope, have to pay for it, it is inferior to Sumatra.

Frankly, I should have wiped the drive and installed Win7 and Office, moved Firefox and Thunderbird over, and called it a day.

I never thought about it until it was too late.

Part of the problem is that the user manual is a big zero, completely useless.
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