Microsoft's maps, on the other hand, aren't always as good as Google's. However, there is something you can do to help improve the app in a small but important way, and that is to report any issues to Microsoft.
If you don't want this, go to Start > Settings > Privacy and turn it off or adjust any permissions you don't like. You can adjust various easy-to-understand options on an app-by-app basis by selecting from the list of categories down the left-hand pane.
Apps, games, films, music, TV shows, and everything else are available for purchase at a reasonable price in the store. Simply locate the Store icon on your desktop – or search for it – and click it. The purchasing process is simple, and everything is linked to your Microsoft account.
But don't worry: Microsoft hasn't accidentally removed the productivity suite from your computer. The solution is to search for Office apps in the Start menu and then right-click on them to pin them to the Start menu.