- Jun 26, 2021
- November 12, 2023
- 06:47 PM
Microsoft is gearing up to roll out an update for Windows 11 that will significantly enhance user control over built-in apps. In the upcoming version, you will be able to uninstall a wider range of inbox apps.
The change, currently under testing in Build 23585 for the dev channel, will allow users to remove pre-installed apps such as the Camera app, Cortana, Photos app, People app, and the Remote Desktop (MSTSC) client.
This update reflects Microsoft's ongoing commitment to providing a more flexible and personalized user experience.
The ability to uninstall these apps addresses a common request from Windows users, who have often sought more autonomy in managing the apps that come with their operating system.
By enabling the removal of these apps, Microsoft is making Windows 11 more user-friendly and helping streamline the system for those who prefer a more minimalist approach.
This development is particularly notable for users who wish to tailor their system’s functionality to their specific needs, reducing unnecessary clutter and potentially improving system performance.