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       2 Weeks Ago #390

    That is for a new user that has been created "now" (or is part of a domain and first logged on). But, is there a way to prevent those app from installing even when a "new" user first log's on ?

    I mean, I uninstalled and unProvisionned them in an admin account, but when a new user comes in, all those apps come again... I'd like this new user to be functional immediately after first logon, without having to go and uninstall those apps once again...

    Or better yet, is the a version of Windows without apps ? Name:  cyp.png
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       2 Weeks Ago #391

    Nar, it should apply it to any new account created afterwards.
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  3.    2 Weeks Ago #392

    fmartel said: View Post
    Great List !! thank you !
    'dunno if you noticed (or if someone mentioned it) but there's a few apps missing :
    *Microsoft.Windows.Cortana* (you can always let her be, and disable her notifications and behaviour)
    *Duolingo* (spanish learner)

    one I could never figure out what package it is, is the Translator... Can someone tell me what it is ? (Microsoft.Translator ???)

    Thank you
    Have a nice day
    I never had any of these install on my fresh OS install. Why did you?
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       2 Weeks Ago #393

    SightUp said: View Post
    I never had any of these install on my fresh OS install. Why did you?
    Maybe because I use a Pro version ? Is it because of the "native language" ? is it because of the Windows build ? (1709) ?

    I can't say. All I know is I have them, and, even with all of them uninstalled and unprovisioned, when a new domain user login, I have the speed test, duolingo, MSN News, Sway, Code Writer, Eclipse, PhotoShop Express, the Windows Tips, and the Traductor....

    All of which were uninstalled in the local admin account...

    Can't MS understand that an Enterprise doesn't want its "bloatwares" !!

    Edit : I think I may have an answer as to Why I still see some apps :

    csand said:
    the reason you can't remove those apps with Powershell is that they haven;t been installed yet - the tiles are just placeholders, one might even call them ads, the first time you click them they get installed (and thus can be removed).

    [SOLVED] Windows 10 (1709) can't uninstall Candy Minecraft - Spiceworks
    How Windows 10 Pro installs unwanted apps (Candy Crush) and how to stop it s IT Blog
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  5.    2 Weeks Ago #394

    SightUp said: View Post
    I never had any of these install on my fresh OS install. Why did you?
    I think the collection varies by country.
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