Windows 10, all editions, installs a range of so-called suggested applications to improve the user experience. In fact, it’s just advertisements, product placement, etc. that come to install on the machine without your consent like Candy Crush Soda. Learn how to disable this feature.
Windows 10 Pro/Business/Education
If you own the Pro or Education version of Windows 10, then it will be much easier for you to disable this option.
To do so, go to the start menu, enter gpedit and do Entry.
The local group strategy editor appears.
Via the left tree, unfold successively Computer Configuration, Administration Templates, Windows Components, Cloud Content.
In the right side, double click on Disable Microsoft consumer experiences, check it out Activated then do OK.
Windows 10 Family
If you own Windows 10 Family Edition, you are less well set. You cannot disable this invasive feature. You will need to uninstall applications one by one.
For this, from the start menu, enter Add or delete programs and do Entry.
Then uninstall the apps you no longer want by clicking on it then Uninstall.
Windows 10 was provided free of charge for several months to users of Windows 7, 8 and 8.1. The counterpart is to see a whole bunch of ads more or less hidden in the OS through the start menu, some options of the Control Panel (e.g. Dolby Digital Atmos for sound) etc. In marketing, when a product is free, it is you the product!