So Microsoft has already addressed the issue you seem to be complaining about.
Microsoft also has a set of tools called AppLocker for enterprise customers to control Apps. Again, they have already provided a solution to the problem you are complaining about.
Have you thought about learning about the things you find to be issues? You might find that a solution already exists.
I have an issue with "Pro" versions and it's naming. I feel that professional use like in using for business should be dropped and real businesses should use Enterprise. Most small businesses could use Home just fine as they are mostly using it on single machines.
I use 10 Pro because it has bitlocker and Hyper-V both of which I use and I don't care about the name. Actually I'm using Server 2016 TP5 at the moment but my license is for Pro so I guess that almost counts.
You might be interested though that since the 14926 preview, apps you uninstall are not re-installed on upgrade which is a big step forward. It is offset slightly by inclusion of new pointless apps like Pandora and Farmville2 but at least when you remove them they don't come back on upgrade
Insider Announcing Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 14926 for PC and Mobile - Page 4 - Windows 10 Forums
One doesn't have these issues with apps if your PCs (Enterprise or Pro) were managed by your organization though anyway.
Home versions of Windows are designed for Home users so assume little technical knowledge on the part of the user.
The pro versions are designed for use by small and medium sized businesses, (SME), so include controls that need as modicum of knowledge to operate. They may also be joined to a Domain, ( and I've never seen any reference to Farmville )
The enterprise version is designed solely for use in major corporations, Governments, Etc these are not available in small quantities and normally require activation by specialist key servers, they include various features that are useful to management by IT departments across multiple Site's & servers Etc.
There is also now the new Education version which appears to be a mix of Enterprise and Pro versions.
We see a lot of complains on these forums about not being able to customise their Home version, this is not a fault but by design
Pro seems more of a gimmick to suck up more money, Home and pro should just be merged. I also hear from many people that use Pro in home environment on one machine and think that they are getting much more than with Home. Willing to pay much more for something they'll never use.
During upheaval in 2000 -2005, MS was giving free windows and Office to opposition parties that are in government now.