Windows 10: Any Automatic uninstall programs after upgrade

  1.    02 Apr 2018 #1

    Any Automatic uninstall programs after upgrade

    Hi there Windows Gurus

    I was just wondering if after a Windows upgrade / major updates if there was any software around to automatically uninstall redundant / unused software

    Example -- just did an upgrade on a Linux system (NEON-KDE - a ubuntu derivative with KDE GUI / desktop - fairly Windows look alike).

    After upgrade was a simple automatic command to remove unused / redundant packages. If there isn't one somebody "could get rich" perhaps by writing one !!!!

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  2.    03 Apr 2018 #2

    Disk cleanup > Cleanup system files ??
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