Bloatbox allows you to uninstall built-in and pre-installed apps on your Windows PC

Windows 11/10 comes with pre-installed or built-in apps including Tips, the Mail app, Calendar, Mail, Notes Center, OneNote, and more. Some of these apps are useful, while there are many others that most of us rarely or never use. Even worse, there are hidden apps in Windows 11/10 that we are not aware of. These bloatwares unnecessarily take up disk space and you cannot uninstall them from the Microsoft Store of Settings app because there is no option to uninstall or directly remove these apps. Therefore, we need other means Uninstall built-in and supported apps Under Windows 11/10.

There are good third-party crapware removal tools that can help us get rid of built-in and hidden Windows 10 apps. One of these tools is ‘Bloatbox“. This open source A tool that helps to remove bloatware from Windows 10 easily.

You can add apps of your choice first and then remove all those apps in one click. It’s also a file portable A tool that you can run without installing. Before using this tool, you need to create a system restore point so that you can work around the unwanted changes.

Note: This tool works well but it cannot remove some built-in applications such as Microsoft Edge. In this case, you should use our free 10AppsManager or use the PowerShell script to remove the built-in apps. Also, it can display some hidden apps (like LockApp which shows the lock screen in Windows 10) but it also can’t remove these apps because they are part of the operating system and they are required to experience Windows0.

The image above shows the interface of the tool in which you removed some built-in apps from your Windows 10 PC.

Uninstalling built-in and supported apps in Windows 11/10

Download the Bloatbox zip file and extract this archive from the link given at the end of this article.

After that go to the extracted folder and run bloatbox.exe with administrative privileges. You can do this by right-clicking on the Bloatbox.exe file and using it Run as administrator to choose. if it was User Account Control Pop-up box, press yes to run the tool.

Run bloatbox.exe as administrator

It has a simple interface and there are only three sections. First you need to use the left section. This section displays the list of supported / hidden applications.

To view system apps, tap View system apps located at the bottom of this section. Now you can see the total number of applications (my apps list) that you can uninstall. All you have to do is select the apps of your choice.

Select System and hidden apps and add them to remove the list

Next, use the middle section and tap add your choice button. This section also allows all applications to be added to the removal list. However, not all applications should be added to this list as some applications may be useful to you. Even if you added some apps by mistake, you can remove all apps or a group of apps from the remove list using the middle section.

Now you can see the list of apps that you need to uninstall in the right section. Again, if some apps have been added by mistake, select them and use a file remove selection located in the middle section to move these applications to my apps List.

This is the last step. Click on uninstall Button, sit back and relax. This will silently uninstall these apps and complete the process.

Uninstall selected apps

You can follow the above steps to delete more apps.

You can get this Bloatbox tool here.

In addition, this tool also provides an option community version Which uses the Windows10Debloater PowerShell script to unblock Windows 11/10. If you wish, you can download its community version using the link on the interface of the tool and run this script. Other than that, you can only use the standard and portable version of this tool and remove built-in apps from Windows 11/10.

This tool is easier to use and can be very useful in removing backed, hidden and built-in applications from your Windows PC. Just select the apps you don’t want or use and remove Windows 11/10 apps with one click.

Uninstalling built-in and supported apps in Windows 10

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