Installing software is a common action, simple in appearance. Yet it has small traps that beginners know badly and could easily avoid. Proper installation of a program will avoid unnecessary shortcuts but also increase the startup of windows.
At the beginning of the installation by clicking on the .exe icon or the installation icon we have access in most cases to a license of use. It is a legal text imposed by the publisher which leaves us only the choice to accept otherwise the installation will be interrupted.
Until then, no difficulty, subsequently the installation offers us a choice of destination folder, ie the location of the installation of the software. It is necessary to check that the path is C: \ Programs Files \ …. (if your main hard drive is named C), some programs can choose another location, but it is suitable for simplicity,
The installation, then, offers us a choice of shortcuts. In the majority of cases, with the exception of security software (anti-virus, anti-spyware, firewall ….) shortcuts in the quick launch bar or in the start menu have no use. They only slow down the startup of windows. The proposed choice may be in several forms such as the following:
In some cases, the software may contain additional applications, most often Yahoo, Google, etc. toolbars that are, if not useless, otherwise already present on your system and would only increase Your PC.
Finally, some software vendors offer to inform us about software updates or various offers from its partners.
The application of these simple rules will allow you to keep a quick start, to avoid an overload of unnecessary tools and a good functioning of your system.
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