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    Windows 10 Apps

    I had started a discussion about Windows 10 OneNote that I had installed on my computer, thinking it was a 2010 upgrade. After looking it over, and finding that opening my 2010 notebooks was more of a chore than I felt worth the modest gains, I decided to go "back" t using OneNote 2010, That being the case, I wanted to uninstall the Windows 10 version, which turned out to be a bit of a chore, or so I thought.

    I came across a program on the Windows Club site, "10AppsManager", which handled the issue neatly and in an instant This program can be used, as the name says, for any of the apps embedded into Windows 10, and is, in my mind, well worth a look.

    The link is http://www.thewindowsclub.com/10appsmanager-windows-10 .

    Hope it is of use to others as it was and is to me.

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    Chuck Billow
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    Chuck: Thanks for the reference to this app. I just uninstalled Xbox. It always annoyed me that it was there and I couldn't get rid of it.

    Rob

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    Yea Rob, there was a comment that the "new" apps are put in like that so you'll be inclined to keep them. Yea for the Windows Club.

    Chuck
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