Perhaps the most despised feature in the Windows 10 system is advertising. They will appear on your application list, the lock screen interface, and even on the start menu. And even more sad is that the upcoming Windows 10 anniversary in the summer of this year's on-line update Microsoft plans to double the number of Promoted applications in the start menu. More accurate, the number of recommended applications will be raised from 5 to 10. At the same time, the number of "fixed" applications (which have already been selected in the start menu) will fall from 17 to 12.
Apps Promoted is considered to be a programmable magnetic stickers, although it seems that this application has been pre installed on your PC, but will jump to Store to download and install the. From the slide below you can see some of the applications are already pre installed on your PC, which is the most obvious Crush Candy game, after Microsoft has promised to pre install Windows 10 PC on the road. Another familiar magnet is Microsoft's Collection Solitaire. Naturally, all of these applications are easy to uninstall, and choose not to screw on the start menu.