As Windows 10 begins to see deeper business use many IT Pros are tasked with making Windows 10 thoroughly business-ready. Part of that means eliminating the consumer-type applications that can come preinstalled through an upgrade.
Fortunately, Microsoft provides a couple ways to ensure that things like Twitter and Candy Crush don’t get installed automatically.
Group Policy Path: Computer / Admin Templates / Windows Components / Cloud Content / Turn off Microsoft consumer experiences
Registry Path: HKEY_Local_Machine \ Software \ Policies \ Microsoft \ Windows \ CloudContent \ DisableWindowsConsumerFeatures = 1