Need to try to get rid of those hallways though. Hallways are wasted space.
While I understand what you're saying... I think they are often critical to good design.
Personally I don't want my master bedroom touching the living room/family room at all. That space is where people will be even after you go to bed. If you don't isolate the bedrooms away from the living space, then you could easily have a noise problem.
in the case of your posted plans, I would put the closet and bathroom between the bedroom and the kitchen/living rooms.
I made a PowerShell script to run that cleans it all up automatically. Well a .bat that runs it. I have it somewhere on SW, but it's out of date. I'll find the one I have that's more up to date and edit this post.
I honestly do not care if the crap is there or not.
But sysprep fails with some of it there. That is the problem I have with it. I just want a fucking image with my basic stuff pre-installed. I could care less if the user has Candy Crush. That is a managerial issue.
That's basically all the powershell script contains. Removes about 30 different things. Probably more with the Creators update. But you need to uninstall it from both the "allusers" and "online". You'll have to reboot for it to be completely gone.
If you don't remove the app using the bottom "-online" part, it'll be there for new users.
I'm going have to update my scripts as I just gave a presentation on this last night. Thanks.
Also, if you look at the fullpackagename property of the appx, if the suffix is cw5n1h2txywey then it is system dependent and cannot be removed. The some of the XBox appx packages are that way.
Started watching the new Twin Peaks last night, but didn't realize it was a 2 hour episode. Watched half and went to bed, but I have high expectations. Plus it was cool to see most of the original cast back on the show.