Evaluation of User Satisfaction for Bundled Software

번들소프트웨어의 사용자 만족도 조사 연구

  • Received : 2012.02.08
  • Accepted : 2012.03.27
  • Published : 2012.04.28


Usually, bundled software is unwittingly packaged with a user's PC when purchased it. A reason of provides it is for manufacturers to increase the value of the product. However, almost users cannot recognize bundled SW. Paradoxically, sometimes the bundled SW may complain to the user. Eventually these symptoms negatively affect the product. As a result, the SW bundle could not reflect user needs. This study for installed bundled SW on users laptop and we would like to know the understanding and acceptance it of the user. Finally, how can we provides it more effectiveness and looking for ways to make was conducted. From a user perspective, these study four major countries (USA, Germany, China, South Korea) laptop users to perform a total 3,000 people were surveyed. A method of investigation was the quantitative evaluation survey and was conducted online survey approach. Through this study was an analysis to awareness of users by different ages, gender, and usage patterns. Bundle SW through the study of the laptop to the user, effectively providing a way to be confirmed. And right through bundle SW distribution is expected to increase the manufacturer's worth.


PC;Bundled Software;User Value


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