Most devices with Windows 10 come loaded with bloatware. The bloatware is a rather subjective term that can contain everything from your OEM applications to Microsoft applications that do nothing but take up valuable space on your computer.
In Windows 10, you can remove some of the unwanted applications by selecting "Uninstall" in the list of applications. This works for various Microsoft applications, such as Skype, Office, News, Calculator, Calendar and more.
However, you can not remove most applications added by OEMs or even Microsoft.
Below we will present some tools that will help you get rid of them bloatware OEM and Microsoft.
With Fresh Start, you can remove most of the OEM applications and get a new copy of them Windows 10 from Microsoft servers.
To use Fresh Start, follow these steps:
Follow the path: Settings - Update & Security> Recovery.
Click "Restore this computer" and select "Start".
Select "Save My Files".
Select cloud or local and click "change your settings".
Define resetting pre-installed applications? in No and click Next.
To use Fresh Start via the command prompt, follow these steps:
Open a command prompt window with administrator privileges (search for cmd and right-click on the black icon to select run as administrator).
Give the following commands and change C if Windows is installed on a different partition:
cd C: \ Windows \ System32
Then copy and paste the following command and press enter.
After a few seconds, the Fresh Start screen will open. Click the Next button to begin the process.
remove that bloatware using open source applications
You can download it Bloatbox.zip from Github and export it to your desktop. Once exported, double-click Bloatbox.exe and follow the instructions.