Unfortunately, even if you do a clean installation, Windows 11 still comes with a bunch of software and services that may continuously run in the background, wasting system resources, and battery life, and collecting usage data (telemetry) without an option to turn them off. Although you could spend hours trying to figure out the things you can remove and more time using PowerShell commands, there is a tool known as “LoveWindowsAgain” that makes it easy to debloat Windows 11 quickly. The tool is available through GitHub, and it’s a simple piece of software to uninstall many components, including those that are not available through the “Installed apps” settings page. In this guide, you will learn the steps to use a simple to make Windows 11 as lean as possible by removing components you may not need.

Remove bloatware apps from Windows 11

To remove all the bloatware apps from a Windows 11 installation, use these steps:  Once you complete the steps, the tool will run the necessary scripts to remove the selected apps and services to debloat the system.

Although the tool works well, it cannot remove many components like Microsoft Edge as they are essential, and removing them will break other features that depend on those components. All content on this site is provided with no warranties, express or implied. Use any information at your own risk. Always backup of your device and files before making any changes. Privacy policy info.