Free Tool to Uninstall Windows 10 Store Apps
By Stephen Bucaro
Unfortunately, Windows 10 is not an operating system in the sense that previous versions
of Windows were. Microsoft has turned it into a marketing device. They are not the first
to abuse their users in this manor. You have Apple's app store and itunes music store,
and Amazon's Kindle is in reality a marketing device. All marketing devices first, operating
systems, or ebook readers second.
Then you have Cortana, Microsoft's automated voice sales person. Again, not the first.
That would be Apple's Siri automated voice sales person. And Windows search box, previously
designed to search your computer, now designed to search Microsoft's Store first. And
Window's Update, in previous versions used to fix security issues, now primarily used to
install lame apps connected to Microsoft's store.
Fortunately, there is a fee tool, called 10AppsManager, that will help you uninstall Store
apps on Windows 10. It does not require an install, simply extract the contents of the
downloaded 10AppsManager zip file. In the folder created by the file extraction, run the
.exe file (10AppsManager.exe). Then, in the application's windows, click on the icon for the
app you wish to uninstall.
You can download the tool from the TheWindowsClub website at
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