Windows 10: Complete Guide to Windows 10 Version 1703
I just don't get why the uninstall option is greyed out, is all? If you like them and use them that great, I have no problem with that, that's what free choice is all about. If you don't use them though, an uninstall option would be nice, IMHO that is.
From the sounds of it though, they are listing. My other big beef was having all of the default Apps reinstalled on an upgrade. It looks like that won't happen anymore. So things are getting somewhat better.
Now if Microsoft would just stop changing my login from PIN to Password every time I upgrade I'd really be happy.
I agree almost totally alpha However the PIN to PASSWORD issue can only be considered a minor annoyance really, just a few keystrokes.
Your ideal Start menu looks perfect to me except I must be going blind in my old age - where is Groove Music in the screenshot of your start menu?
No UWP Apps on my Desktop PC at all!
On my tablet, it's all UWP Apps! Groove Music is the only app that will continue playing music when the tablet screen is off!
@Graphicalman: Welcome to the forums, BTW!
All I wish for Start menu is to open on mouseower, the rest I can customize good enough.
Cool idea Mike, but it could get irritating for Win+X menu users, that Start also pops up,
unless... they make a switch to turn it off for those who do not want it.
If they make it just a "Hot corner" it wouldn't have to be a part of Taskbar and wouldn't open with it. Xp used to have it like that.
Cliff S said:
I just did a D/L of "CLOVER" and scanned it with MalwareBytes before I installed it and got this. Anybody else??
It says it is a potentially unwanted program. That means you might not want it, but if you downloaded it, I would assume you do. That changes it to a wanted program, or from a PUP to an WP!
Source: Developer's Guide to Windows 10 Version 1511 Update - new videos now available on Channel 9 | Building Apps for Windows
I am looking for a comprehensive users manual for Windows 10. I have Windows 10 for Dummies, and there is much information that is not there. Is there a book out there that covers almost everything, but that us beginners can understand ???
Hey guys, I was wanting to do the same (remove the very annoying OneDrive) and while searching around the net I came across this. Note the very first post with the Batch file to remove the OneDrive from your Windows 10 install. I do not take credit...