The most common complaint about new Windows PCs? Bloat-ware. Truly a shame that an excellent operating system running on even the best hardware available can be soiled by such poor product planning. Trouble is, what goes on a new Windows PC (other than Windows itself) is really beyond the control of Microsoft, and it really shows.
To achieve true performance from the start, geeks and nerds around the world just format the hard drive inside their new PCs and install Windows from scratch, bypassing all the bloat and trail software that the PC manufacturers install on top of Microsoft's fantastic OS. However, this is not for the faint of heart, especially if one is not very tech savvy (not that there is anything wrong with that). There is a solution for the average Joe though: Microsoft Signature. On Microsoft's online store, one can purchase PCs configured by experts and lacking any clutter. Until the manufacturers learn the hard way, the best PC experience can be enjoyed by making friends with a geek that knows how to clean out all that rubbish or, by purchasing a PC directly from the horses mouth with Microsoft Signature.