Windows 10 will allow for removing embedded applications

The next major update to Windows 10, code-named 19H1 and expected to be released sometime in April, will allow you to uninstall most of the built-in Windows 2019 applications. Windows 10

You do not want 3D Viewer, Groove Music or Paint 3D, why are not you using them? No problem you can remove them.

This feature has just been added to build 18262 of the Windows Insiders preview, and is available today in the fast ring. To uninstall one of the applications listed below, you can do so by right-clicking on the application shortcut in the Start menu by selecting "Uninstall".

Below is a complete list of apps you can remove:

  • 3D Viewer (formerly called Mixed Reality Viewer)
  • Computer
  • Calendar
  • Groove Music
  • Mail
  • Movies & TV
  • Paint 3D
  • Snip & Sketch
  • Sticky Notes
  • Voice Recorder

You can already uninstall some of the Microsoft applications in the same way. Here are the applications that you can quickly uninstall from now on if you are using the October 2018 Update or an older version of Windows 10:

  • Microsoft Solitaire Collection
  • My Office
  • OneNote
  • Print 3D
  • Skype
  • Tips
  • Weather

If you remove an embedded application, you can reinstall it from the Store if you need it.

Windows 10 allows you to uninstall applications that "install automatically" on your computer. You can uninstall applications such as Bubble Witch 3 Saga, Candy Crush Soda Saga and FarmVille 2: Country Escape right now by right-clicking on them and selecting "Uninstall".

With the next update of Windows 10, Microsoft can provide more options for removing applications, but some such as Camera, Microsoft Edge, and Store will still be key parts of Windows 10 and will not be removed.

Of course, if you do not want to wait, you can uninstall almost all embedded Windows 10 applications by running some commands on PowerShell.


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