Remove Unwanted Windows 10 Apps (and reinstall them if you want)

By | September 13, 2016
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10AppsManager: Remove Unwanted Windows 10 Apps (and reinstall them if you want)

We always say …why take the long road if the short road gets you to the same place, only faster? Just like you don’t have to jump into danger to prove you’re brave, you don’t have to mamby-pamby around with all kinds of arcane geeky code in Windows PowerShell just to remove Windows 10 apps, just ’cause you can. Your spouse won’t be impressed, your friends will think you’re a nutcase, and we’ll think you’re a masochist.

You wouldn’t cut down a tree with a butcher knife, even if you could. would ya? You wouldn’t use a hand saw if there were a chain saw handy, would you? No, I tells ya! So don’t be a masochist, or a hooligan on a pedantic “I-AM-SO-GREAT” trip. No! Be an erudite Windows user.  Use tools that get the job done quickly with a minimum of fuss. That leads us to today’s freeware pick: Ta Da! The not-so-colorfully named 10AppsManager created by our brethren at The Windows Club. (Great, segue, TC!)

If you don’t use all those preinstalled Windows 10 apps such as the pathetic and pedestrian Mail app, or the 3D Builder, or Maps, or Get Office ( you either got it or you don’t want it), Get Skype, Get Milk (I just put that in there to see if you’re paying attention), Phone Companion, etc., why not just get rid of them, eh? 10AppsManager makes it easy to take control of all those preinstalled Windows Apps. You can remove them and/or reinstall them with a click.  You get the idea, right?

From the developer:

10AppsManager is a freeware that will allow you to easily uninstall and reinstall the default, built-in, preinstalled Windows Store apps in Windows 10. While you can always manually install, uninstall or reinstall the Store apps, the process is not so easy for the preinstalled apps. It is easy to uninstall or reinstall 3rd-party apps, but not the default preinstalled apps. What this tool from our TWC stables does, is automate the process and let you carry out the operations in a click.

This useful tool will allow you to uninstall the following preinstalled Store apps:

3D Builder



Camera Film & TV

Get Office

Get Skype

Get Started

Mail and Calendar







Phone Companion





Voice Recorder



Are you interested? Great!  Head over here to get more info and/or to download 10AppsManager.

If you’re not exactly going ape for apps, then this is the tool for you.


6 thoughts on “Remove Unwanted Windows 10 Apps (and reinstall them if you want)

  1. Harriet McNeely

    I am not sure this is not a scam. I wrote a long email to you detailing my experience with this company. It was disturbing. I think I should have one of you use one of my “tickets” to check my computer. It was really not a good experience. But you two are indeed the best. I recommend you often.

    1. Darcy

      Hi Harriet, I see what happened. You went to the page for the app, and you clicked an ad for Reimage instead. Unfortunately, while we find MajorGeeks a great site, they are making their ads look more like advice/tips, which we really don’t condone but cannot control. The ad for Reimage that you clicked, said “Tip: Click here to repair/restore Windows Files” . We recommend you do NOT use Reimage; as you seen, they basically tried to scam you into paying them to fix your computer because they found so much “wrong”.. which was quite misleading.

      This is a good chance to once again remind folks to be careful when clicking links; the actual link to download the program is clearly marked just above this. Be sure you read what you are clicking!

      Darcy (Eightball)

  2. D.

    The Windows Club is a good place to find things once in a while like this. I have used them in the past for other things. Thanks…

  3. Susan Poston

    Will you post a picture of what we were supose to see when downloading the 10AppsManager. I was going to show you a picture of what downloaded to see if I got the right thing but can not find a way to put it here.


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