Users who have recently updated their Windows 10 have noticed that some of their applications are no longer on their computers. Though some thought it was a bug, Windows 10 is removing apps it considers incompatible or outdated.
An example of Windows removing apps from users’ computers was the big November update, as mentioned on How-To Geek. Users have also reported that apps including CCleaner, HWMonitor, and CPU-Z are also missing after the recent update.
Currently, Windows have not commented on why they have been removing outdated apps in turn for the new update. But for now, if you want your apps back, you’ll have to reinstall them manually. Check out the How-To Geek’s post for more details on how to potentially recover your files as well.