From their perspective, they will not yet support it. In some cases, tiles for suggested apps may just be pinned and the app may not yet be installed. They will not show up in any user accounts logged into that computer for the first time after the script is run. Give us the heads up, let us plan for it, help us migrate… But to bit by bit remove features currently available in Pro so as to annoy us into spending money on Enterprise upgrades? Please refrain from using the sort of obscenities which you directed at Corky in a previous blog for no obvious reason other than the fact you disagreed with the post. Still really should be able though to switch off anything store related. I suggest you give them a read; might help you make a more enlightened decision.
My first copy of Win3. Scrapped, blocked — and of course just out of friendliness, just to protect us, the users, against our own silly irresponsible mistakes. This tutorial is only for automatically installing suggested apps. If you flood their phone lines, they start to worry. As I have mentioned in a comment earlier, Windows is just a toy to play with. We're here if you have any other concerns.
If you disable this policy setting, all users are opted into the Windows Customer Experience Improvement Program. Windows is just a toy to play with! Since the apps aren't installed until a user clicks on the tile you can't run the usual PowerShell commands to uninstall them since they aren't present in Microsoft's Windows 10 images. Glad I also have Win 7 Pro Retail. By making Pro seriously less attractive, they hope to push businesses to Enterprise and everyone else to Home. And the help I can find on the net is even more confusing for me.
I found that the tiles were simply 'deactivated' on a user that had already logged in. If you are running a Home edition, skip this part and go to the next which details how you can disable the Microsoft Consumer Experience using the Windows Registry Editor instead. It will surely be yet another coincidence they they remove the ability to control privacy. Posted by on May 11, 2016 , in Category with Tags Anand Khanse is the Admin of TheWindowsClub. Does anyone know how to fix it after the fact? I would like the enhanced security of Enterprise. I have tried manually creating the noted registry key to no avail. Note that this does not remove any of the built-in apps like Calendar, Mail, or even Xbox.
Thanks Guys, We need to stop them from doing this. He's written hundreds of articles for How-To Geek and edited thousands. If your license is listed, you will need to move the Microsoft Forms toggle to Off to completely turn off user access. It powers among other things the installation of third-party apps and extra links on Windows 10. Unfortunately, Microsoft has provided no way to disable it completely using the Settings app for Home and Pro editions of Windows 10. The app store and Windows mobile is a complete failure so now Microsoft wants to shovel this garbage onto the desktop in the delusional hope they could harass users enough into using it.
Windows is usually best for games and Photoshop etc. So, the maximum deferral supported by Microsoft would be up to about this time next year. Microsoft installs or recommends the installation of certain Windows Store app like Candy Crush Soda Saga, Flipboard, and Twitter, Photoshop Express, Minecraft, etc, on a new Windows 10 system. I am failing miserably with the firsts steps, for example partitioning the harddrive. This whole thing looks to me like backsliding to what Win8 was so heavily criticised for i. When you do this, you will have turned the setting off.
Disclaimer All content provided on this blog is for information purposes only. This Consumer Experience pushes notifications and recommendation from Microsoft for users. I also turn off the Windows Error Reporting and the Windows Messenger Customer Experience Improvement. Also, it will turn of Windows Store. Anyways, thank you for your help.
I have to agree here. Or dual boot and just disable network connections. I also use Linux Mint for day to day computing. Only Big Fish games seem to work and some Pop Cap Games such as Vacation Quest and San Francisco but you have to adjust the text size or it will show really tiny like being on a smart phone. No one has reported the same issues you are describing although I did have a couple issues with the start menu not opening when I wanted it to sometimes for a few weeks until an update fixed it. If you enable this policy setting, users will no longer see personalized recommendations from Microsoft and notifications about their Microsoft account.
Time for yet another lawsuit against these lunatics. Up until now, policy availability was more or less identical for all professional versions of Windows 10. They told me that they could not confirm this info on any Microsoft web site big surprise. You have to get out there and and make things work for your own benefit! You can use any of several methods then to run this script on first run, first login, domain join, whatever trigger is most appropriate in your environment. I mean, you will get heavier discounts the less you buy, the more you buy the more you end up paying.