Microsoft is adding a new feature to Windows that will help prevent installation of bloatware in Windows 10. It’s a similar to what Apple introduced with macOS to prevent unsigned and non-store apps from being installed. This feature will help preventing installation of bloatware and malware on Windows 10 PCs.
This feature is obviously disabled by default, but users can enable it really easily if they want. I will repeat in case you didn’t understand it the first time: this feature is completely disabled by default in Windows 10.
Microsoft offers two different options for the feature: you can completely prevent installation of Win32 apps, or you can allow users to install them anyway from the dialog as you can see in the screenshot below.
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