The start menu of Windows 10 is a bit different to other Windows versions. Sometimes, you will see suggested apps whether on the left panel or on the right panel as live tiles, on the start menu. If you don’t want something like this to happen, you can disable it so Windows 10 will stop suggested apps from appearing.
Suggested app itself is one of the form of ads in Windows 10. When you first login to Windows 10 (after installation), Windows 10 will automatically install apps like Candy Crush from Microsoft Store and keep suggesting apps until you disable it. Disabling suggested apps is one of ways to customize start menu in Windows 10 and make it looks simpler.
To disable suggested apps in Windows 10, open Windows Settings by clicking the gear icon on the start menu.
On the Windows Settings window, head to Personalization -> Start and slide the button beneath the Show suggestions occasionally in Start option to disable it.
That’s it. Starting now, you should not see the annoying suggested apps on the start menu any more.