With the new Windows 10 update, Microsoft aims to avoid unnecessary apps that have already been installed.
Many Windows 10 PCs on the market, as you know, are sold with unnecessary applications (bloatrware) pre-installed by Microsoft and device manufacturers. Even when installing clean Windows 10, unwanted apps such as 3D Viewer and Paint 3D are also available to users. However, according to the latest shared reports, we see that Microsoft plans to avoid these unnecessary applications with the new Windows 10 update.
The software giant, which initially planned to reduce the number of such unnecessary applications, implemented the change with its recently released Insider compilation. Microsoft will leave it up to users to decide whether to include these applications in the operating system, thus creating a pure Windows 10 experience with the new version.
As you may recall, Microsoft, together with its Insider compilation released on February 24, 2021, had hidden by default the 3D Objects file, which attracted users’ reactions and was very difficult to delete.
Microsoft now plans to remove unnecessary preinstalled applications from the operating system, and is expected to implement these changes with update 21H2, which is expected to be released by the end of 2021.