Adobe and Google insist on install crap on several folders, like update checkers and things like that.
This is the crap I have identified by Adobe.
also crap from TeamViewer
crap like this run when the system starts and load bloatware on the memory with useless stuff.
I would like to prevent this from happening.
My first idea was to replace the original files with blank ones and set chmod to 000 but when I have to legitimate install some software from them, they replace my file with a new version. The problem is that the installation runs with root privilege.
Is there a way to block my tricky files from being replaced by an installer with root privileges?
I know what you will say... root privileges... but may be there is a way...😃