I've been tampering with Windows 10, trying to determine what I can customize and what apps I can strip from it without getting in trouble, often this requires me to rebuild the user profile. The machine is on a Windows domain, so my typical process would involve deleting the profile from c:\users\<profilename> and then from the ProfileList in the registry, unfortunately, this doesn't seem to fully restore the trashed profile. Windows 10 remembers something about that trashed profile, such as which apps were removed, and then that carries over when you try to login after deleting links to the old profile. I now the changes I made were user-centric since I can login with a profile I've not yet used and all the apps are in that profile. tl;dr: Windows 10 is remembering things about old domain user profiles even after going through the standard process of rebuilding the profile. I need to figure out how to completely wipe the user profile and the app associations so it rebuilds more completely.