Owners of Windows 10 probably know very well that with the new operating system you get the so-called stuffing. This software is installed by default by the manufacturer, but is usually unnecessary from the user's point of view.
Microsoft's practice is now reminiscent of the activities of Android smartphone makers. There, too, in the system, we have many programs from the very beginning that we do not want to use at all. Some of these apps can not even be uninstalled, so they usually take up space only in the device's memory.
However, there are many indications that Microsoft will stop pushing programs you do not need. This information will be shared recently by one of the testers that is not yet available for all Windows users on May 10, 2019, an update compilation.
The tester will perform a clean installation of Windows 10 marked in 1903 and, as he claims, does not find Candy Crush Saga in the newly installed system. This is one of the applications that has been delivered with the system from the beginning.
That's why Microsoft is starting to move away from the practice of installing many useless applications into a free system. This will probably be a plus in terms of system users.
The company has already confirmed that in Windows 10 May 2019 Update it is easy to uninstall many of the programs delivered with the system. The above example can confirm that window maker policy is changing.
The Windows Update May 10, 2019 hit consumers in the second half of May. Then we will find out if Microsoft will actually give up at least part of the drilled machine.
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