Removing Built-in apps from Windows 10 WIM

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If you are creating an image for Enterprise deployment then you may not want all the junk apps that come built into Windows 10. We are talking about Candy Crush and Metro etc…

So, how do you get rid of them from the WIM file that you have created for your image?

Luckily there has been a Powershell script created that can help you out with removing unwanted apps from a WIM file.

Click the link below to go to the TechNet page for this Powershell script:

Removing Built-in apps from Windows 10 WIM

 

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