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  1.    13 Jul 2015 #81
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    Saturday you crashed my windows,
    Sunday came I reimaged,
    Monday came and it crashed again.
    I was only googleing
    Not really surfing
    And we all played HALO for a change
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  2.    13 Jul 2015 #82
    Join Date : Nov 2013
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cliff S View Post

    Saturday you crashed my windows,
    Sunday came I reimaged,
    Monday came and it crashed again.
    I was only googleing
    Not really surfing
    And we all played HALO for a change
    LOL!
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  3.    13 Jul 2015 #83
    Join Date : Oct 2013
    North West Indianapolis, Indiana
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    Windows 7 Ultimate 64 Bit and VM

    Quote Originally Posted by alphanumeric View Post
    Those Apps don't show up in the My Apps section. I have 50 plus apps listed in the My Apps section. There are maybe 5 that I actually use. The rest I have never used and cannot remove from the My Apps section. Included in that group are MSN Sports, MSN News, MSN Health & Fitness, Windows sound recorder, Music, Video, Food & Drink, Windows alarms, Windows help & Tips, Maps, Mail Calendar People, MSN Money, MSN Travel. Windows Reading list, etc.
    If Microsoft want users to "use" Windows 10 then the user needs to be able to remove apps by some means? What about apps that are unsuitable for youngsters? What about apps that drain the wallet?. This to me is another nail in the coffin that is Windows 10. You can install apps so why can't you uninstall them? Me I don't care as I'll be denying them running on any device I allow Windows 10 on.
    It is the stupidest nail so far.......The Core OS is good, it is the add on garbage and the stuff they have deprecated that is bad. Not feeling the upgrade or actually downgrade is worth the effort.
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  4.    13 Jul 2015 #84
    Join Date : Dec 2013
    Sydney, Nova Scotia, Canada
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    Windows 10 IoT

    Quote Originally Posted by Indianatone View Post
    If Microsoft want users to "use" Windows 10 then the user needs to be able to remove apps by some means? What about apps that are unsuitable for youngsters? What about apps that drain the wallet?. This to me is another nail in the coffin that is Windows 10. You can install apps so why can't you uninstall them? Me I don't care as I'll be denying them running on any device I allow Windows 10 on.
    It is the stupidest nail so far.......The Core OS is good, it is the add on garbage and the stuff they have deprecated that is bad. Not feeling the upgrade or actually downgrade is worth the effort.
    If you read my post, it about removing Apps from the Windows Store's "My Apps" list, not uninstalling them in Windows. Two completely different things.
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  5.    13 Jul 2015 #85
    Join Date : Dec 2013
    Sydney, Nova Scotia, Canada
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    Quote Originally Posted by HippsieGypsie View Post
    I see your point, but this is not MS's fault, yes? The installation and adding to your Store account is the OEM's fault yes?

    The only apps predestined in my installation of 10 was the Mail, Calendar, News, Weather, and maybe a few others. I was surprised I had to install the People and Get Skype apps. All others I had to install.

    So far as recording them in the Store is concerned > I agree that it is a PITA having to go through the list, however, with the new Store app it is much easier than the old Store app in 8. We get to check them off to install one by one, yes?

    I agree there should be a way to strike them from the list. Perhaps that is to come. Please remember > This is new tech and takes time to develop. I'm quite sure MS doesn't want all this extra, unneeded data filling up their servers either.
    The way the Windows Store works is, any app installed in Windows on a PC you log into with your Microsoft Account, is immediately added to your My Apps section. Regardless of whether you ever used them or immediately uninstalled them. This includes the preinstalled Microsoft apps and the apps the OEM installed. I blame Microsoft for not asking first if you want to add them to your My Apps list, and not giving you an option to remove the ones you don't want. I know why they do it, its to preserve the ones you bought so you don't have to buy them again. But why do that with free Apps or trial Apps? This is one of the few things in Windows 8/10 the really pisses me off. I really hope they change it.
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  6.    13 Jul 2015 #86
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cliff S View Post

    Saturday you crashed my windows,
    Sunday came I reimaged,
    Monday came and it crashed again.
    I was only googleing
    Not really surfing
    And we all played HALO for a change
    I'll that too.
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  7.    17 Jul 2015 #87
    Join Date : Feb 2015
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    I just received this Email from Microsoft:

    Hello,
    We wanted to let you know of some changes. Three of our MSN apps will be discontinued this fall along with some features on the MSN Food & Drink and MSN Health & Fitness websites.
    If you have stored any of your data in the apps or on the affected websites, please read important instructions below to retrieve that data before the apps and features are discontinued and your data Is no longer accessible.
    MSN Food & Drink, MSN Health & Fitness and MSN Travel apps will be discontinued
    The MSN Food & Drink app on Windows, iOS and Android devices will be discontinued on September 28, 2015.
    The MSN Health & Fitness app on Windows, iOS and Android devices will be discontinued on November 1, 2015.
    The MSN Travel app will be discontinued on September 28, 2015.
    These MSN apps will be removed from their respective app stores in the same timeframe as the dates above and will no longer be accessible from your phone, desktop, and tablet devices. Although the apps are being removed, you’ll still find a wealth of content in the Health & Fitness, Travel and Food & Drink sections of the MSN.com website. Here, you'll find the latest news and special features for all three of these interests.
    You can also continue to use our other four apps - MSN News, MSN Weather, MSN Sports and MSN Money - and to find them in their respective app stores.
    MSN Food & Drink and MSN Health & Fitness website changes
    The Shopping List and Collections features on the MSN Food & Drink website will be discontinued on September 28, 2015.
    The Diet Tracker and Cardio Tracker on the MSN Health and Fitness website will be discontinued on November 1, 2015.
    How to keep your data
    Once these apps and MSN website features are discontinued, the information you've stored in them will no longer be available. If you'd like to keep your data, please take a few moments before the discontinuation date to store it elsewhere. This data includes the following:
    MSN Food & Drink: Shopping List, Collections, Meal Plans and any personal recipes you have added
    MSN Health & Fitness: Diet Tracker, Cardio Tracker, Pedometer and Favorites
    MSN Travel: Favorites
    For more details on how to save or migrate this data, please click here for tips and instructions.
    Thank you for using our apps as well as our website features - and we hope to see you soon at MSN.com.
    Best wishes,
    -The MSN Apps and MSN.com Team
    Microsoft respects your privacy. To learn more, please read our Privacy Statement.

    Microsoft Corporation
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    Redmond, WA 98052




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