-News, May 10th 2014-
As some functions aren't working as I intended, my next goal is to convert the tool from cmd.exe-base to powershell. So if you're having trouble now - the next release should clear up some stuff. Although it could take a while, since I don't have much time at the moment.
Version 0.55 is out, with Windows 8.1 Update 1 support.
I set up a small page: <http://www.f-tools.eu/>
The Windows 8 App Remover is a GUI for the Windows own tool "dism.exe".
With my GUI you can easily read out which Apps are installed and remove the ones you want.
- List installed / integrated Metro Apps
- Remove the apps you don't want
- Mount / Unmount .wim Images
Worked great for me. Simple and straight-forward...does exactly what it says.
A little unintuitive, Read me file clears up the confusion, but having it scan and present the installed APPs for the running OS initially would be better. Then, have a drop down to change where to look for a file for the more advanced users. But, worked as stated, which was great.
I followed the instructions and it removed apps that I had not checked and did not remove other apps that I did check. Seemed to get confused.