Shovelware

this is a derogatory term for software and other data of inferior quality that is used to 'pack out' a CD-ROM and make it up to 600Mb, or whatever, to convince the potential purchaser that the disc is worth buying
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Shovelware

Text, graphics, and images taken from company marketing materials (e.g. printed brochures) and placed on Web pages with minimal adaptation to the unique characteristics of the Web as a medium.
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Shovelware

Shovelware is a derogatory computer jargon term that refers to software, noted more for the quantity of what is included than for the quality or usefulness. The term is also used to refer to software that is ported from one computer platform or storage medium to another with little thought given to adapting it for use on the destination platform o...
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Shovelware

Shovelware is software that is inflated in value by 'shoveling' in all kinds of information, usually
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Shovelware

Cheap, poorly programmed games that often flood the market to take advantage of a new trend or system.
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Shovelware

A derogatory term for content which is put directly on to a web page, e.g. from a magazine, etc., without changing its appearance to make it suitable for the Internet. Also refers to pre-installed programs on some computers, which have little value to the user
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