Win10 Update Will Let Users Remove Pre-installed Apps

Win10 Update Will Let Users Remove Pre-installed Apps

Since Windows 10 shipped back in 2017, users have been wanting to uninstall some of the pre-installed applications. As with any operating system, this version of Windows have several software packages pre-installed. The list includes: 3D Viewer, Paint 3D, Voice Recorder, Skype, OneNote, Weather, Mail, Calculator, Tips, Calendar, Edge, Solitaire, Groove Music, Sticky Notes, and many more. Many users have wanted to install the apps that they don’t use, but most of them cannot be removed. An upcoming Windows Update, due in April of 2019, will allow users to uninstall many, but not all, of the pre-installed applications. Many users will be happy to see this functionality.

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