A new utility called Bloatbox has been launched, which allows Windows 10 users to remove the clutter from the operating system by removing pre-installed applications. As you know, Windows 10 ships with several universal applications, and there is no way to remove them using Settings or the Control Panel. For example, some apps, like Your Phone on Windows 10, usually cannot be removed.
Bloatbox: remove the apps that are the most in Windows 10!
You can now install the Bloatbox utility to remove everything. This application should have been made available with the Spydish app, which is especially oriented towards the privacy of Windows 10. However, it ended up being launched as an independent program.
The use is very simple. First download the Bloatbox.zip on here and extract it to the work area. Once extracted, double click on Bloatbox.exe.
When you start it, you will see that Bloatbox has a very simple layout. That said, the first column lists the installed applications and the second column shows the available functions.
This list contains all installed applications, even those that Windows 10 does not allow to be removed. Then choose the applications you want to remove and click the Uninstall button.
Once the process is complete, you will see an image similar to the one shown below:
And then the unwanted application has been removed and you don’t even need to restart your computer.
However, since we are talking about the Microsoft operating system, an optional cumulative update for Windows 10 version 1903 and 1909 has started to be made available with several fixes. Direct download links are also available for offline installers of the new Windows 10 update KB4559004.
Windows 10 has a new update and hasn’t spoiled anything yet!
KB4559004 is an optional update for Windows 10 and takes systems from version 1909 to Build 18363.997. For those who use version 1903, they will be entitled to Build 18362.997.
Microsoft states that this optional update is only compatible with Windows 10 version 1903 and version 1909. So, if you happened to update to the Windows 10 May Update (version 2004), another optional update will be released for your device, still this week, with identical bug fixes. You can read more about it here.
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