Remove Click-To-Run Office (MS Store version) (and other crap) From New PCs

If you’re a sysadmin, help desk, or anyone that builds new machines for a company that uses anything other than the OEM version of Microsoft Office, you’ve probably noticed that it’s become more difficult to remove the pre-installed (click-to-run) version of Microsoft Office from the machine (and Candy Crush, and Skype, and Zune — I mean really — who still uses a Zune?!) What’s worse, if you clean it up for the logged in user (manually go in and and right-click > “uninstall” for EACH app), then log in as another user, they’re all back! I mean come one!