The latest operating system from Microsoft, Windows 10, came just over a year as a totally revamped version with new features, Cortana, a new browser, many new settings and customization options and loaded with new applications installed by default.
Many of these applications were inherited from previous versions of Windows with some improvements or new features, while others came exclusively on Windows 10. Some of them will surely be pleasing and useful for some users, however, many other surely not going to be used by the vast majority.
In this sense, among all this amalgam of applications, there have been a number of them, for various personal circumstances, not of interest to all users, and are unistaled, which is quite simple to perform. Interestingly, with the latest updates for Windows 10, every time a major upgrade is done, those apps that were originally deleted and were part of the pre-installed Windows 10, reappear.
This certainly reminds the different strategies Microsoft do to get Windows 10 to more devices during the period offered it for free for Windows 7 and Windows 8, or made to promote certain features of Windows 10 as your browser. Recall that with the arrival of Windows 10 Anniversary Update, were already many users who complained that the default browser on your computer was back to Microsoft Edge.
Many users are complaining that an ignoble way, Microsoft is reinstating many original OS apps on users’ computers that had previously decided, voluntarily, eliminate them. This is causing some discomfort between the user who is forced, once again, to erase those who do do not like the apps. This is not a serious flaw in the system, but of course that is quite inconvenient for users because after uninstalling the preinstalled applications that will not be used, must return to proceed with disposal after updating the system.
Still in mind that abusive way to push users of Windows 7 and Windows 8.1 to Windows 10 move to the new, and the subject of applications seems to be on a similar path, but in a different field. Thus it seems that Redmond are trying the user to test those apps created exclusively for Windows 10 to remain in the equipment, but previously have been removed.