"Microsoft Signature PCs" - Microsoft's vision of computing perfection

Microsoft Store is selling PCs without any "crapware" pre-loaded. Under a new initiative called "Microsoft Signature PCs," Microsoft has removed those programs from computers it's selling, and has fashioned "Signature PCs" out of machines from a variety of PC makers, including Sony, HP, Dell, Acer and Lenovo. According to Microsoft Store description, programs that come […]

Microsoft Store is selling PCs without any "crapware" pre-loaded. Under a new initiative called "Microsoft Signature PCs," Microsoft has removed those programs from computers it's selling, and has fashioned "Signature PCs" out of machines from a variety of PC makers, including Sony, HP, Dell, Acer and Lenovo. According to Microsoft Store description, programs that come on Microsoft Signature PCs include:

Microsoft Security Essentials, Silverlight, Bing 3D Maps, Zune 4.0, and the slate of Windows Live Essentials programs, including Windows Live Messenger, Windows Live Mail, Windows Live Photo Gallery and several others, in addition to Adobe Flash and Adobe Reader.

Source:→ TechFlash