Discussion in 'Windows OS and Software' started by Bullit, Sep 21, 2010.
My laptop came with Easybits Shared Services for Windows
What it does?
Checked out the website. Seems like bloat to me. Honestly, you can do everything the software provides by creating a limited account in Windows 7. Using an administrator account, you can enable parental controls on the limited account. For Skype, you can enable parental controls on an account by creating a sub account under your main account.
Yes and it is worse than evil. The service Started even being disabled! Seems i have to go to registry...
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