fatware

fatware

[′fat‚wer]
(computer science)
Software that is overly laden with features or is inefficiently designed, so that it occupies inordinate space in disk storage and random-access memory, and requires an inappropriate share of microprocessor power. Also known as bloatware.
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In addition to undercutting the growth of bloatware hardware and fatware software, it is necessary to bring the new systems in well under the cost of the old.