Windows 10: candy crush saga and other games keep reappearing in start menu
candy crush saga and other games keep reappearing in start menu
it really disturbs me i right click on them and uninstall them and after a system reboot they are in the start menu again
uninstalles like candy crush in the powershell with the command didint help
and when i click on them it says pic releated
it doesnt download anything (i think) but i dont want it there, send help
the apps that i cant remove are: candy crush soda saga, solitare colection, minecraft windows 10 verison and royal revolt 2
i'm having the same issue
Hi scidrov and AzureHedgehog, welcome to 10F!
Follow Option Two in this tutorial: https://www.tenforums.com/tutorials/...dows-10-a.html It will involve merging a registry file that Brink has created but it's pretty easy.
Apologies guys, I slipped up , try Brinks suggestions here in post #2
Just in case, do a restore point before you start and it will also backup your registries.
Like Brink says, the first tutorial is no longer valid.
Last edited by Anak; 12 Jan 2017 at 22:27.
Reason: Getting used to a new OS
You're welcome, glad it worked!
nevermind its back again i even applied 2 of the regedits
The reg changes worked for me, but that's not good for you , what is your complete OS description? Like mine is; 10 Home 64-bit | v1607 | Build -14393.693 See: https://www.tenforums.com/tutorials/...d.html#option3 to find.
You may be able to use the original tutorial if you have the cloudcontent key.
In that original tutorial, in the warning box at the top is this link that may hold some promise: Manage Windows 10 and Windows Store tips, tricks, and suggestions (Windows 10)
win 10 enterprise 64 v1607 build 14393.693
i didint had the clount content key i created it made the dword32 with disablewindowsconsumerfeatures and set its value to 1
Well the build's the same, thanks for supplying it.
I'm not sure if creating that new key will have an adverse affect on your system or not, use your machine for awhile and see how it acts, if you begin to have startup problems removing that key would be the first thing I'd do.
Read more: Candy Crush Saga gets sweet update WinBeta
Download: Candy Crush Saga - Microsoft Store
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I thought win 10 supposed to have this game.
Installed win 10 utilizing the MS media creation tool.