If you’re a Windows user, there’s a good chance you’re familiar with the concept of bundled software — you download an application you want, launch the installer, hit the “Next” button a few times, and find that you’ve inadvertently installed a spammy app that will haunt you for the rest of your PC’s life. OpenCandy is a startup that’s looking to reverse this trend by offering users bundled apps that they may actually want to use . Today, the company has closed a $5 million Series B funding round led by Google Ventures, with existing investors Bessemer Venture Partners and O’Reilly Alpha Tech also participating.
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OpenCandy Raises $5 Million Series B For Bundled Software You Might Actually Want