To use Bloatbox it will be enough for you download the .zip file from the GitHub page, unpack the archive and do double click on Bloatbox.exe. The interface goes straight to the point: on the left you will see the list of installed apps and on the right those selected for removal, in the center you will find various buttons with the specific functions of Bloatbox.
Once you have clicked on “Remove select” you will see it appear a confirmation popup and unwanted applications will be gone, no restart required. Bloatbox is simple in both design and use, it is therefore suitable for all types of users from the most experienced to the less savvy.
Have you ever needed to remove some of the apps pre-installed in Windows 10? Do you find Bloatbox an interesting solution or do you know different methods? Let us know below in the comments!
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Bloatbox, the open source tool that eliminates bloatware from Windows 10