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wouldn't removing the store help prevent things like candy crush from being installed? since they are metro applications?

as far as i know, they haven't removed the ability to remove via powershell and disable it via group policy.

unless, of course, they push an update that re-installs / re-enables the store.
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I believe Google has some secret desktop project and will screw windows 10.

lol if they did make something like that the privacy issues would likely end up even worse tongue.gif
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Such as piracy, lying, depriving freedom, cheating, etc.

Just couldn't resist could you. poke.gif
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I believe Google has some secret desktop project and will screw windows 10.
If you think windows 10 is bad you don't want google to make a competitor. The only 2 companies i can think off that rival in data mining are facebook and NSA.

On another note:
With the 1 year free update being passed, is it safe to install windows 7 again with all the updates or will it bother me still all the time?
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I believe Google has some secret desktop project and will screw windows 10.

lol if they did make something like that the privacy issues would likely end up even worse tongue.gif
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Such as piracy, lying, depriving freedom, cheating, etc.

Just couldn't resist could you. poke.gif

Who, moi? hypocritesmiley.png
     
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So candy crush can't be blocked with GPOs anymore? IT folks are gonna love that...

I think some people are confusing the ad's for such programs/games like Candy Crush and a few others that show up in the Start Menu on a fresh install of W10, even Enterprise, with them actually being installed. Those are simply links to the install page of the Windows Store. They are not pre-installed and the Start menu shortcut to those can be removed with 2 clicks of the mouse. There are some things that are actually installed that need either removing manually through the store or the ones that you can't that way, can be removed with Powershell scripts. Even if they decide to take out some of the Group Policy Editor options, I'm confident the Powershell scripts will still work. I'm talking about the stubborn ones that are actually installed and can't be right clicked and uninstalled like "Note" and "Groove", they can all be removed with Powershell scripts. The rest are just shortcuts to the Windows Store, if any bother to actually click them you will see what I'm talking about. I too thought for the longest time that those "Apps/Games" showing up in the Start Menu were installed but they are not for the most part. Can just just right click and unpin from start and it's gone, never installed. You can open the store and click on all your Store apps that are installed to double check.

I have a PowerShell script that I use on every Insider Preview update to remove all of the unwanted programs and shortcuts that look like installed games/apps since they get put back in after a major update. I've gotten it down to one big .ps1 that does it all for me. It would be tough for the non tech savvy to try it one by one but with one single file, it's simple as right clicking it and run as Admin.
Edited by Strat79 - 8/1/16 at 3:02pm
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I think some people are confusing the ad's for such programs/games like Candy Crush and a few others that show up in the Start Menu on a fresh install of W10, even Enterprise, with them actually being installed. Those are simply links to the install page of the Windows Store. They are not pre-installed and the Start menu shortcut to those can be removed with 2 clicks of the mouse. There are some things that are actually installed that need either removing manually through the store or the ones that you can't that way, can be removed with Powershell scripts. Even if they decide to take out some of the Group Policy Editor options, I'm confident the Powershell scripts will still work. I'm talking about the stubborn ones that are actually installed and can't be right clicked and uninstalled like "Note" and "Groove", they can all be removed with Powershell scripts. The rest are just shortcuts to the Windows Store, if any bother to actually click them you will see what I'm talking about. I too thought for the longest time that those "Apps/Games" showing up in the Start Menu were installed but they are not for the most part. Can just just right click and unpin from start and it's gone, never installed. You can open the store and click on all your Store apps that are installed to double check.

I have a PowerShell script that I use on every Insider Preview update to remove all of the unwanted programs and shortcuts that look like installed games/apps since they get put back in after a major update. I've gotten it down to one big .ps1 that does it all for me. It would be tough for the non tech savvy to try it one by one but with one single file, it's simple as right clicking it and run as Admin.



So your telling me people still use the start menu?

With windows 8 i kinda learned to use the search and it ways faster with an ssd anyways.
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I have both Windows 7 and 10 on my main rig and I don't really have a preference to either after using both for a while. It's been about 5-6 months since I started using Windows 10 and it still works the same as Windows 7 for my applications and needs. This is not to say Windows 10 is for everyone, but I would say it's not less of an experience than if using Windows 7. I think some people are too quick to jump on the hate bandwagon without trying it for themselves and these Windows 10 threads are full of people who complain just to complain.
    
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I think some people are confusing the ad's for such programs/games like Candy Crush and a few others that show up in the Start Menu on a fresh install of W10, even Enterprise, with them actually being installed. Those are simply links to the install page of the Windows Store. They are not pre-installed and the Start menu shortcut to those can be removed with 2 clicks of the mouse. There are some things that are actually installed that need either removing manually through the store or the ones that you can't that way, can be removed with Powershell scripts. Even if they decide to take out some of the Group Policy Editor options, I'm confident the Powershell scripts will still work. I'm talking about the stubborn ones that are actually installed and can't be right clicked and uninstalled like "Note" and "Groove", they can all be removed with Powershell scripts. The rest are just shortcuts to the Windows Store, if any bother to actually click them you will see what I'm talking about. I too thought for the longest time that those "Apps/Games" showing up in the Start Menu were installed but they are not for the most part. Can just just right click and unpin from start and it's gone, never installed. You can open the store and click on all your Store apps that are installed to double check.

I have a PowerShell script that I use on every Insider Preview update to remove all of the unwanted programs and shortcuts that look like installed games/apps since they get put back in after a major update. I've gotten it down to one big .ps1 that does it all for me. It would be tough for the non tech savvy to try it one by one but with one single file, it's simple as right clicking it and run as Admin.



So your telling me people still use the start menu?

With windows 8 i kinda learned to use the search and it ways faster with an ssd anyways.

Darned right there are people still using the Start Menu. There is no way I'm going to remember the names of all my programs (most of which get used only occasionally), not to mention remember the names of all my documents, no matter how carefully I tag them or organize my data.
     
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I think some people are confusing the ad's for such programs/games like Candy Crush and a few others that show up in the Start Menu on a fresh install of W10, even Enterprise, with them actually being installed. Those are simply links to the install page of the Windows Store. They are not pre-installed and the Start menu shortcut to those can be removed with 2 clicks of the mouse. There are some things that are actually installed that need either removing manually through the store or the ones that you can't that way, can be removed with Powershell scripts. Even if they decide to take out some of the Group Policy Editor options, I'm confident the Powershell scripts will still work. I'm talking about the stubborn ones that are actually installed and can't be right clicked and uninstalled like "Note" and "Groove", they can all be removed with Powershell scripts. The rest are just shortcuts to the Windows Store, if any bother to actually click them you will see what I'm talking about. I too thought for the longest time that those "Apps/Games" showing up in the Start Menu were installed but they are not for the most part. Can just just right click and unpin from start and it's gone, never installed. You can open the store and click on all your Store apps that are installed to double check.

I have a PowerShell script that I use on every Insider Preview update to remove all of the unwanted programs and shortcuts that look like installed games/apps since they get put back in after a major update. I've gotten it down to one big .ps1 that does it all for me. It would be tough for the non tech savvy to try it one by one but with one single file, it's simple as right clicking it and run as Admin.



So your telling me people still use the start menu?

With windows 8 i kinda learned to use the search and it ways faster with an ssd anyways.

Darned right there are people still using the Start Menu. There is no way I'm going to remember the names of all my programs (most of which get used only occasionally), not to mention remember the names of all my documents, no matter how carefully I tag them or organize my data.

I still use it for very few things. Mostly rare programs that I don't open a lot and not worthy of a Desktop icon or my little toolbar on the task bar I made with a cascading list that pops straight up vertically when I click it. I use that thing more than my desktop icons. But yeah, for searching and low usage programs, I still use the Start Menu. It has came a LONG way since W8 and just as much more since the 1511_10586 builds(non insider preview) that most use. The newest 1607_14393.5 build is leaps and bounds better than the initial release. I can't begin to list all that has changed and been fixed.
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Such as piracy, lying, depriving freedom, cheating, etc.

Take out piracy and you get the US biggrin.gif
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