If you have been reading Winaero regularly, you may already know that Windows 10 Creators Update includes a new Share Pane. It has come to our attention that it might show 'ads' to promote some apps directly in the user's face.
Windows 10 is known for promoting some Store apps in the Start menu and also on the Lock screen. Windows 10 Creators Update takes these promotions to the next level. Now, recommended apps can be displayed in the Share pane. When you share a file from Explorer, an image from the Photos app or some other content from an installed app, the Share pane may look like this:
Image credits: Vitor Mikaelson
Take a look at the Box app item. The app is not installed, but Windows 10 promotes it as a possible sharing option.
So, don't be surprised if you see some unexpected apps in the Share pane that you don't even have installed after Windows 10 Creators Update arrives on your PC. The final version of Windows 10 Creators Update is expected in April 2017.