• Microsoft offers to kill more bloatware with a new Windows 10 build

    26 days ago - By PC World

    Microsoft took a step toward eliminating more app bloatware-well, some of its own app bloatware-with one of the earliest builds of next year's upcoming Windows 10 “19H1” update. For Insider build 18262 of Windows 10, Microsoft said it would allow users to uninstall several of its own apps from within the Start menu. The build isn't part of “Redstone 5,” officially known as the October 2018 Update, which Microsoft is working to finalize. Instead, it will ship as part of the next, unnamed update due sometime in the first half of 2019. To read this article in full,
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  • Microsoft will let users bin more of Windows 10's pre-loaded junk

    Microsoft will let users bin more of Windows 10's pre-loaded junk

    26 days ago - By The Inquirer

    But you've got another, er, six months to wait
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  • Microsoft's latest Windows 10 19H1 test build enables removal of more preinstalled apps

    Microsoft's latest Windows 10 19H1 test build enables removal of more preinstalled apps

    27 days ago - By ZDnet

    Microsoft is adding the ability to remove even more of its 'inbox' apps from Windows 10 in its latest test build of the 19H1 feature update.
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