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Change or Delete OEM Information with Windows 7 OEM Info Editor

Windows 7 OEM Info Editor is a small, portable program that lets you edit, create, or delete OEM information of your Windows 7 PC. You can customize the system information such as manufacturer’s name, logo, support phone number, Support URL, Model, etc with this tool. This way you can give your friends or customers an easy access to your contacts or support site.

Moreover, this program can also be used to delete the information made available by some hardware manufacturers. Just run the program and delete all information from all fields and save it.

To view the OEM information of your system, simply right click on ‘Computer’ icon. You can download Windows 7 OEM Info Editor at here.


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