Three Windows 10 Features You Should Be Able to Disable Easily

Leaving aside the controversy on whether Windows 10 feature updates are based on user feedback or not, the operating system has evolved a lot since the first version went live in July 2015.

Every new feature update brought a ton of improvements, several of them quite significant, as well as a plethora of smaller refinements supposed to overhaul the general experience with Windows 10.

And truth be told, Windows 10 has indeed become a more modern operating system, even though this isn’t necessarily everyone’s cup of tea.

But when it comes to the features that are bundled into Windows 10, Microsoft has made several controversial changes that some adopters don’t seem to agree with, including making it harder to block certain features.

As for the reasons for this approach, it’s pretty hard to tell why Microsoft makes it more difficult, if not impossible, to disable certain Windows 10 features. But the first thing that comes to my mind is the Windows 8 Start screen, wh... (read more)

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