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It seems to be game over for Candy Crush Saga now that Microsoft have chosen to remove the “bloatware” from the start menu of freshly installed devices.
As public interest changed and the program became nothing but a waste of storage space for most, Microsoft have made the decision to not include it in the May 2019 update.
Fresh installed Windows 10 *Home* May 2019 Update doesn't have Candy Crush Saga on Start Menu. pic.twitter.com/jyVxiQ7Soc
— Tero Alhonen?? (@teroalhonen) April 20, 2019
The move came after Microsoft made a number of other pre-installed applications, such as Mail and Paint 3D also un-installable, and also follows a a number of other concessions Microsoft is making regarding automatic updates, suggesting in 2019 Windows 10 users will finally be the big winners.