- The PC Decrapifier is a program designed to remove or uninstall a specific list of unwanted software in an unattended fashion. It can be used to clean off most of the annoying software that is typically shipped with new PCs.
- Freemium • Proprietary
The program is no longer offered on the company website. Last version, 3.0.1, released in August 2016, can be still downloaded from MajorGeeks
- Should I Remove It? is a very simple website that helps users, both technical and non technical, decide what programs they should remove from their PC.
- Free • Proprietary
Reason Antivirus download (which includes Should I Remove It?) triggers several potential issues on VirusTotal. See https://www.virustotal.com/gui/file/606ccde5db8afea09fa35803a6755cc5cf278db834c3624157af8e07c2230d02/detection
- Crap Killer is a CMD script which uses a Heuristic Detection Algorithm to find and automatically uninstall "crapware" (toolbars and 'coupon printers' for example) from all current versions of Windows.
- Free • Open Source
The project seems no longer updated. Last version, released in September 2013, can be still downloaded from SourceForge.