How do I completely delete all the files for pre-installed applications (e.g. CandyCrush) in Windows 10?
e.g. I want to remove the directory for CandyCrush
but Windows won't let me.
It says SYSTEM isn't giving me permission.
I have tried running a Windows PowerShell as Administrator and I tried running the command:
But I get "Deployment failed"
Background: I want to get rid of all the stupid .JPG files associated with CandytCrush. I deeply resent the high-handed approach of Microsoft giving us all this bloatware that none of us asked for and also making it so hard to get rid of. It is wasting the space on my hard disk. And I don't want to see those .JPGs cluttering up my search results when I use Everything Search.
EDIT01: CandyCrush does not appear to be installed. But I want to delete the installation files(!)