'Bloatware' used to have a more specific meaning, having to do with 'software bloat', or the tendency for software to keep gobbling up ever more resources as a 'requirement' to run at all. What used to run on a PC that had 64MB of RAM can no longer run on a PC with 2GB of RAM.
Other words, more appropriate and specific: 'bundleware' or 'shovelware' or 'crapware' or 'trialware'.
All that stuff that's 'free' but crippled, nerfed or timed to self destruct.
Sort of like 'Windows Home Starter', or 'Basic'. Since Windoze 8 is sure to have similar 'editions', a lot of PCs will be sold with the ultra-gimped version, and therefore, windoze its self will be the worthless trialware, needing to be 'upgraded' to something actually functional.
Though Adobe actually has a subscription service for their CS6 stuff. At $50/month (annual; $75/month for month-to-month), it's approximately worth it, compared to buying and routinely updating, if you use a large enough subset of the tools. I imagine the stub of this will be installed on a lot of PCs. I mean, the ones that don't suck so bad that the Adobe software can't run at all.