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@ -6,7 +6,7 @@ There are two different means of removing packages:
1. `Remove-AppxPackage` uninstalls packages installed for the current user.
2. `Remove-AppxProvisionedPackage -Online` uninstalls *staged* packages - these packages are automatically deployed every time a new user profile is created.
**Be careful removing staged packages.** It's typically possible to redownload these packages from the Microsoft Store, but this isn't a given for every package. Windows prevents uninstalling core system packages, so you can't render your Windows installation unusable by accidentally removing a staged pacakge, but it's always best practice to assess every package presented by the script.
**Be careful removing staged packages.** It's typically possible to redownload these packages from the Microsoft Store, but this isn't a given for every package. Windows prevents uninstalling core system packages, so you can't render your Windows installation unusable by accidentally removing a staged package, but it's always best practice to assess every package presented by the script.
The `$appcsv` variable contains a single, multiline, comma-delimited string. By default, this list only includes Microsoft packages.

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