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bundled software

(1) Applications that are included with new hardware. For example, a PC often comes with several applications, many of which may be lite versions or full versions with no limit on usage. Others may be only 60- or 90-day trial packages. See bundle.

(2) Two or more applications packaged and sold as a single unit.


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