10AppsManager: Tool to uninstall, reinstall Windows 10 preinstalled Store apps

10AppsManager is a freeware that will allow you to easily uninstall and reinstall the default, built-in, preinstalled Windows Store apps in Windows 10. While you can always manually uninstall or reinstall the Store apps, the process is not so easy for the preinstalled apps. It is easy to uninstall or reinstall 3rd-party apps, but not the default preinstalled apps. What this tool from our TWC stables does, is automate the process and let you carry out the operations in a click.

10AppsManager for Windows 10

10AppsManager for Windows 10

How to use 10Apps Manager

1] Download 10AppsManager from the link mentioned below. Extract the contents of the downloaded 10AppsManager zip file and place theĀ  folder in your Program Folder and pin the shortcut of its exe file to your Start Menu. Do not separate out the contents of the Program folder. It does not require an install.

2] Next, create a system restore point.

3] Now run the executable to open the program’s UI. The tool will allow you to uninstall the following preinstalled Store apps:

  1. 3D Builder
  2. Alarms
  3. Calculator
  4. Camera
  5. Film & TV
  6. Get Office
  7. Get Skype
  8. Get Started
  9. Mail and Calendar
  10. Maps
  11. Money
  12. Music
  13. News
  14. OneNote
  15. People
  16. Phone Companion
  17. Photos
  18. Solitaire
  19. Sports
  20. Store
  21. Voice Recorder
  22. Weather
  23. Xbox.

Select the app you want to uninstall and click on it.

4] To reinstall the apps, click on the Reinstall button.

5] To uninstall 10AppsManager, simply delete the program folder.

Download

10AppsManager 1.0.1.0 for Windows 10 has been has been developed by Lavish Thakkar, for TheWindowsClub.com. It supports Windows 10, 32-bit & 64-bit. If you wish to give feedback or have questions, its developer will happy to answer you questions at our TWC Forums.

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Anand Khanse aka HappyAndyK is an end-user Windows enthusiast, a Microsoft MVP in Windows, since 2006, and the Admin of TheWindowsClub.com. Please read the entire post & the comments first, create a System Restore Point before making any changes to your system & be careful about any 3rd-party offers while installing freeware.

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