Given the business credentials of the Fujitsu Stylistic M532, there aren't any games pre-installed on the tablet. The closest you'll get is a shortcut to Nvidia's Tegra Zone, where the chip manufacturer showcases games optimised for its quad core processor.
The good news is that if you want to use this for gaming, the hardware is more than up to the task. We tested out demanding 3D games such as the excellent Temple Run, and the graphics were sharp while the gameplay was fluid. We can't ask for much more than that.
There isn't much in the way of apps installed on the Fujitsu Stylistic M532 to begin with, but there are a few business apps, alongside the Norton Tablet Security app, that are worth a mention.
ThinkFree Office is a mobile office app that enables you to create or edit text documents, spreadsheets or presentations. The rival office apps on the Google Play market, such as QuickOffice or OfficeSuite, will set you back a tenner - so having this full program installed as standard is a nice tip of the hat from Fujitsu.
Citrix Receiver and VMWare View Client are both Virtual Desktop Interface (VDI) apps that enable you to access remote desktops with your tablet. Although we're reviewing the Fujitsu Stylistic M532 from a consumer-led standpoint, there's every possibility that you could be handed this device by your IT manager.
In which case, you might want to attach it to your office computer to access your documents while away from your desk. These two apps will enable you to do that, although registration is required.
You also have Adobe Reader, for reading PDF files and the usual run of native Android apps such as Gmail, Google+, Google Maps and others.