Windows 10: Delete items from the Start Menu / All Apps that you do not want

  1.    10 Feb 2016 #1

    Delete items from the Start Menu / All Apps that you do not want


    On my Start Menu, the All Apps doesn't always include the items I want (I solved that problem) but MS added a bunch of garbage/stuff that I do not want. If I want them, I'll add them myself. I don't need all the clutter.

    Examples are Java; Get Office; Calculator; Get Skype, etc. Some aren't even installed. I don't need this stress in my life. I'm a simple man that only runs a few programs.


    Any help?

    thanks
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       10 Feb 2016 #2

    These are only links, as you yourself state, "not even installed".
    If this causes stress either stop using W10 or get some tranquilisers.
      My ComputersSystem Spec

  3.    10 Feb 2016 #3

    I just use the right hand side of the start menu (mostly), pin to it the things I use often

    Then I only rarely need to go to the all apps part for things I might occasionally use (or just search for other apps)

    Windows has always come with things pre installed that some people don't need
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