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Disable Windows 10's Microsoft Consumer Experience to take control of your Start menu


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More on eliminating data usage you don't want with Windows 10.




"Microsoft's use of the Start menu to promote 'recommended apps' is nothing new, but recent builds of the operating system take things a step further. Install Windows 10 on a new computer, or create a new user account, and you'll find that a number of extra apps -- including Candy Crush Soda Saga, Flipboard, and Twitter -- appear in the Start menu.


Getting rid of these Start menu entries is simple enough, but the Microsoft Consumer Experience feature which is used to push the apps could be used to add links to more third party apps in future. Here's what you need to do to disable the Microsoft Consumer Experience and regain control of your computer."


Step by step instructions here: http://betanews.com/2016/03/02/windows-10-microsoft-consumer-experience/

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