A person plays Candy Crush Saga developed by British King Digital Entertainment, on March 6, 2014.
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By Helen Regan
August 20, 2015

To the excitement of some and ire of others, the massively popular gaming app Candy Crush comes pre-installed on Microsoft’s new Windows 10 operating system.

While this may be good news for many fans of the addictive game, some users—worried about the time they may be tempted to waste—have complained about the automatic app in their Windows 10 upgrade and want the game removed.

If right clicking on the app icon in the Start Menu and selecting uninstall doesn’t work, then the website Tech News Today has a handy step-by-step guide to making your computer Candy Crush-free.

Check it out here.

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