Bundler - A definition

A Bundler is any software that bundles (includes) additional software components in the installer file. The additional software components are often called Third Party Software or more generally Bundled Software.

Developers of free software with large distribution sometimes get paid to bundle third party software with their software. The bundled software is in most cases mentioned in the End User License Agreement.

Examples of bundlers: Kazaa Media Desktop, iMesh, Morpheus and KaZoom.

Related links

Bazooka - Free scan for spyware, adware, trojan horses, keyloggers, etc. Detects more than 500 potentially unwanted applications. Freeware!

The File Database - Search the file database for more information. Free!

PopUp Blocker Test - Find out if your pop-up killer can handle all pop-ups. Free!

Kephyr Labs - Find out what is going on at Kephyr. Try products in an early stage of development.

Read more about FreeFixer, Kephyr's latest spyware removal tool.
Home & Products |  Legal |  Privacy |  Search

© Kephyr, 2003-2012. HtmlTidy, HTML 4.01, CSS andy@kephyr.com