Discussion in 'Windows 10' started by dranzer006, Mar 18, 2017.
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The screens on the page you link to show machines with all the modern apps junk. I read it to mean no trialware of Norton stuff etc that is usually pre-installed on branded machines.
Microsoft been doing that since Windows 7. It limited to laptops brought from Microsoft. But you can simply remove all bloatware apps & programs yourself.
yeah recently bought a dell from microsoft store and was win 10 home signature edition with just dell drivers and minimal software for dvd player
It means that it is just Windows 10. Remember many people like, and use apps from the store. I know I do. What you don't want you just unpin from Start Menu.
is NOT the same thing that REMOVE ALL craps embedded on it
I didn't realize dumping the bloatware was that big a deal. Sure, I'd rather not have it but it took maybe five minutes to get rid of the "unwanted" bloat and that was that. The problem is what I considered unwanted was not what some clients wanted removed and in those cases I had to put some back. But even then, it was quick and easy.
I like an uncluttered desktop and start menu. But I know plenty of people who just love to have their screens and start menus chock full of icons and shortcuts. Yet they still want cutesy wallpaper they essentially cover up ... whatever. Now days, if it's not my personal machine I just leave the "bloat" (one man's bloat is another man's treasure) and let the user deal with it.
@PhaseDoubt yep you is correct, but in another hand always have some type of users that LOVE all craps showing on desktop and maybe dream with all them same when sleeping oh my beloved M$!!