How to Disable Suggested Apps When Sharing in Windows 10 Creators Update

Microsoft is bent on including ads in as many places as they can in Windows 10. We’ve seen ads on the lock screen, “suggested” apps in your Start Menu, inside games, and even in the File Explorer. Microsoft wants you to use its apps (Edge instead of Chrome) and subscribe to an Office 365 plan so it makes more money. Thankfully, it’s not hard to keep this crap off your computer, but ads pop up in new places all the time. In the imminent Creators Update, there’s a new ad in the Share menu. In prior versions, the Share menu…

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