Despite some privacy concerns, Microsoft’s newest operating system Windows 10 is still a major and exciting upgrade that many users want to download right away. Not only does it focus on familiarity but it also brings a countless new number of features and enhancements. And these specifications are likely to attract more users than both Windows 7 and Windows XP.

Besides, the American multinational technology company’s latest operating system Windows 10 comes with a lot of preinstalled apps. However, there are some apps that you never bother to use. If you want these apps to be removed to have space on your hard drive, let’s read this article 3 Methods to Uninstall Default Apps in Windows 10. In this tutorial, we show you some simple steps to remove the preinstalled apps in the system when you no longer use them.  
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Reinstalling the default apps is as easy as uninstalling them in Windows 10.

However, if you deleted all the default apps accidentally and now want to reinstall them, you don’t have to worry about it. Let us help you. Getting these apps back is as easy as uninstalling them. It takes just few minutes to restore all the apps you removed. Here is how to do it. Let’s check out now!

Step 1: Open the Start menu and go to All apps. Select Windows PowerShell and launch PowerShell as Administrator.

Step 2: Type or copy this code and paste it into the PowerShell window:
Get-AppXPackage | Foreach {Add-AppxPackage -DisableDevelopmentMode -Register “$($_.InstallLocation)AppXManifest.xml”

Step 3: Hit Enter to execute. This command will take about a minutes and will restore all default apps. If you see any error message, just ignore it and restart the computer. Check the Start menu and you will see all your default apps back again.

That’s it. You are done! Hope this work for you!


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