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The annoying tendency of Windows applications to clutter up your desktop, quicklaunch bar, and start menu with multiple shortcuts to their software without bothering to ask permission first, as if you're only too happy to be burdened the convenience of having to click on your mouse one or two fewer times to run the software. Also applies to shortcuts to third-party programs bundled with the installed software, usually unasked-for and often unwanted.
Adobe just auto-updated itself the other day, and boom! more desktop graffiti to delete.
by MatthiasFW February 11, 2008
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