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Cara Mengatasi Windows 10 yang Menginstall Aplikasi/Game dengan Sendirinya

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1. Fix: Windows 10 installs apps like Candy Crush Soda Saga automatically

Many users have spotted that Windows 10 downloads and installs some games and apps automatically. Without the user even opening the Store, or asking for his or her permission, the operating system installs some apps like Candy Crush Soda Saga, Minecraft: Windows 10 edition, Flipboard, Twitter and some other apps. This is definitely unwanted behavior for most users because they never requested these apps. Here is how to prevent these apps from installing.
Windows 10 stop installing Candy Crush Soda Saga
Update: the trick described in this article does not work in Windows 10 Anniversary Update version 1607. thanks to Group Policy changes. For Windows 10 Anniversary Update, see this workaround:
Stop Windows 10 Anniversary Update from installing Candy Crush and other unwanted apps
The latest Windows 10 version 1511 includes a new feature that automatically installs apps from the Windows Store because it wants to promote some of them. These apps are installed for the currently signed-in user. When you are connected to the internet, Windows 10 will download and install a number of Store apps automatically. The Tiles for these Metro apps or Universal apps suddenly show up in the Windows 10 Start Menu with a progress bar indicating that they're being downloaded. After they finish installing they show up in the Recently installed section of the Start menu:
sodaIn my case, it was Candy Crush Soda Saga, which also started running in the background and was visible in Task Manager. It is surprising because this happened on one of my PCs running Windows 10 which had the Windows Store app uninstalled using the tutorial HEREI had only Edge and the Settings app for that user account and out of nowhere, suddenly it started installing these apps. This indicates that Windows 10 can use an alternate mechanism to install apps besides the Store.
There are some apps Microsoft automatically installs using a script to promote them to certain users. These are not provisioned apps included as part of the Windows setup image or preinstalled apps but they are downloaded using the user's internet connection.
Besides Candy Crush Soda Saga, Twitter, Flipboard and Minecraft, users report that some other apps continue to be installed automatically, such as Photoshop Express, iHeartRadio and more.
Microsoft is again going too far with pushing apps and it's hurting the user experience.
Fortunately, there is a way to prevent this madness. Follow these instructions to stop Windows 10 from downloading and installing apps like Candy Crush Soda Saga automatically.
  1. Install all cumulative and other updates available for Windows 10 so you at least have the TH2 update. The most recent release as of this writing is Windows 10 build 10586.71. Having TH2 installed is necessary for the Registry values to work.
  2. Now, open Registry Editor.
  3. Go to the following Registry key:
    HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Policies\Microsoft\Windows\CloudContent
    Tip: How to jump to the desired registry key with one click.
    If you have no such Registry key, you need to create it.Windows 10 create CloudContent key
  4. Create a new 32-bit DWORD value named DisableWindowsConsumerFeatures and set its value data to 1. Even if you are running 64-bit Windows, you still need to create a 32-bit DWORD value.Windows 10 disable apps autoinstall
  5. Restart Windows 10.
Now you can say goodbye to Candy Crush Soda Saga and all the other unwanted apps that you never wanted to try.

2. Stop Windows 10 Anniversary Update from installing Candy Crush and other unwanted apps

Many users have spotted that Windows 10 Anniversary Update downloads and installs some games and apps automatically. Without the user even opening the Store, or asking for his or her permission, the operating system installs some apps like Candy Crush Soda Saga, Minecraft: Windows 10 edition, Flipboard, Twitter and some other apps. Earlier, you could prevent Windows 10 from installing them using a Registry Tweak, but it does not work any more in version 1607 "Anniversary Update". Here is the alternative way to prevent these apps from installing.
The Windows 10 version 1607 Anniversary Updates includes a feature that automatically installs apps from the Windows Store because it wants to promote some of them. These apps are installed for the currently signed-in user. When you are connected to the internet, Windows 10 will download and install a number of Store apps automatically. The Tiles for these Metro apps or Universal apps suddenly show up in the Windows 10 Start Menu with a progress bar indicating that they're being downloaded. After they finish installing they show up in the Recently installed section of the Start menu:
sodaTo Block Soda Saga and other unwanted apps in Windows 10 Anniversary Update, do the following.
  1. Press Win + R shortcut keys together on the keyboard to open the Run dialog.
  2. In the Run box, type the following:Windows 10 open local security policy
    secpol.msc
  3. The Local Security Policy app will appear on the screen.Windows 10 local security policy
  4. Select Application Control Policies in the left, then click Applocker.
  5. Click Packaged app Rules:Click packages and rules
  6. Right click  the right pane and select Create new rule:packages and rules create new rules
  7. The Create new rule wizard will be opened. Click Next to open its next page:wizard
  8. On the Permissions page, set Action to Deny, leave User or Group as Everyone:deny everyone
  9. Click Next, then click Use an installed packaged app as a reference -> Select:select button
  10. In the app list, select Windows Spotlight(Microsoft.Windows.ContentDeliveryManager) and click OK:select spotlight
  11. Move the slider to the Package Name option as shown below, then click Create:package name slider
That's it! Note that already downloaded content in the tiles wont go away after this Applocker rule, however, there will not be any new content after this. You can remove existing unwanted apps. All you need to do is right click their tiles and remove them, they won't coming back. Credits: dobbelina@MDL.
To restore the default behavior,  you need to remove the rule in Local Security Policy you created.
A side effect of this AppLocker rule restriction might be that the Windows Spotlight feature which shows random images on the Lockscreen will not work. But this issue is very minor, since you can still change your Lock screen background to a custom image or to a slideshow.
Update: if the trick described above has no effect for you, please try another method mentioned in the following article:

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