Not sure that that is correct. Certainly over here the recovery partition is, basically a clone of the Windows partition. So if you do a recovery all the manufacturer's crap goes back on as well. The only way that I know of to totally get rid of the manufacturer's rubbish is to download the Windows 7 or Windows 10 ISOs from the Microsoft web sites and then do a complete reinstall. Personally I would also delete the recovery partition and any other partitions that the manufacturer has put on and just use one complete partition on the C: drive. If I needed any other, separate storage I would use separate hard drives either external or internal. And as I have said if the OP thinks that Windows comes without it's own bloatware then he is living in cloud cuckoo land.Yes I believe with windows 10 you can just do a "Reset" and any manufacturer software will be removed. If that doesn't work, just use the Media Creation Tool to do a reinstall.
LolOkay BikerEcho although I did say I "wasn't sure" as opposed to "I know that isn't correct". What I am standing by is the fact that Windows comes with it's own bloatware and lots of it.
My installation of Win10 came with a Facebook app, a Netfix app, a Twitter, app, Groove Music, Skype, Cortana... and it is an Enterprise edition that I installed myself, not a pre-installed one.Lol
What are you calling bloat ware. Do you understand Å¥hat bloat ware is third party software added to a system by a manufacturer?
Give an example of bloat ware in the windows OS.