18262, enables the removal of apps such as Mail, Calendar, Movies & TV, and the Groove Music app.
The ability to remove these apps doesn’t really mean much in terms of disk space or convenience, as none of them are very big. The move may be of more interest to corporate deployments; an organization that has standardized on Outlook, for example, might want to remove the Mail and Calendar apps to reduce user confusion.
Elsewhere, the new build also updates Task Manager; an optional column in the Details tab will show which applications handle mixed DPI systems and what API level they use for that support.
Microsoft is also planning, but has not yet enabled, a new Windows troubleshooter. This will examine diagnostic data and automatically perform any fixes or reconfigurations that appear to be necessary. Windows already has troubleshooters, but presently you have to find the one that’s appropriate to your problem and then walk through a number of steps to use it. The new approach should make this process much more streamlined.