Microsoft pushes new tool to kill Windows 10 bloatware


Even Microsoft is getting sick of bloatware apps bundled in by PC manufacturers. The new tool will allow Windows 10 users to give their PC “a fresh start”. Through a wizard users will be able to either keep their personal files only (their setting and applications will be deleted though) or choose to keep nothing. A clean copy of the most recent version of windows will be installed after the wizard is completed.

Any applications that came pre-installed on the PC, those pre-installed junk apps that were actually security flaw-ridden apps, will no longer be there and Windows will finally run as it is supposed too. The tool was first released one month ago, but Microsoft finally decided to include it as part of the operating system’s second “fast-ring” test build.


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