Windows 10 Creators Update has CleanPC CSP to remove pre-installed bloatware with one touch

Microsoft started rolling out Windows 10 Creators Update aka Version 1703 to everyone starting April 11. Creators Update brings lots of changes and new features to Windows 10, which you can read by clicking here. But there are some unmentioned features which keep popping up via official documentations.

Now a very welcome feature has arrived with Creators update that allows removal of pre-installed Bloatware. By just tapping on a Toggle you can choose to keep or remove user data with removal of pre-installed bloatware. While this is more helpful for Enterprise customers, this option should be made available for consumers too by vendors.

A CleanPC CSP has been added with Windows 10 Creators Update aka Version 1703.

The CleanPC configuration service provider (CSP) allows removal of user-installed and pre-installed applications, with the option to persist user data. This CSP was added in Windows 10, version 1703.

In Version 1703, Windows Configuration Designer includes several new wizards to make it easier to create provisioning packages. Desktop Wizard supports an option to remove pre-installed software.

Source: Microsoft

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