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Microsoft's Signature Edition laptops deliver the 'clean PC' experience you really want

Mark Hachman | Feb. 23, 2015
Where can you buy a PC without the bloatware, shovelware, or adware that's characterized Lenovo's Superfish fiasco? Microsoft has an answer for you: its little-known Signature Edition laptops.

Why this matters: Let's face it: Buying a computer in an electronics store stinks. Not only will you be pressured into buying a service contract, but you'll need to weed out all the unwanted programs that your new PC ships with. (PCWorld's guide to blasting bloatware off your PC can help with that.) Microsoft doesn't offer very many budget PCs, and its physical stores aren't that easily found. Still, the Signature Edition laptops offer a shopping experience that's pretty darn appealing.

 

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