Some great technical writing here, just the facts from Mike Galvin on the necessity of helping manage UWP apps and Pre-provisioning of them on Win10-1709 (Creator Update). Looking forward to the finalizing of the RTM version soon, and pulling down the .iso files to start my own test .wim for use at work.
Update 30/03/2018: Minor maintenance update. Reworked some sections to be more clear and instructive. Added some new information from my own testing and fact checking.
Update 17/10/2017: Updated post with the list of apps included in Windows 10 1709 (Fall Creators Update) by default.
Update 03/08/2017: I’ve re-written much of this post to answer some questions that have come up and to help clarify the process. Thanks to Jörgen Nilsson over at ccmexec.com, with his original post that inspired me to write this one.
When deploying Windows 10 1607/1703/1709 you might want to remove some of the included UWP apps to help speed up the log in process, save storage space, bandwidth etc.
Remove All UWP Apps
Note: This process is destructive and non-reversible. Please ensure you have appropriate backups before proceeding.
To simply remove all the apps possible for the current user…
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