Hi, yes Thomas it is possible to do what you want, actually on this machine all apps you want removed are gone and many more as well (inc Cortana).
How you do this is by no means a task for anyone without considerable expertise, and you do need to employ a small powerful third party registry app, not well known or easily obtained. We do not do this for performance reasons rather it is done for security, all elements of MS telemetry are removed and updates only happen when we wish them to.
I am not a tech as such rather I am a computer scientist with over 45 years of experience, and I was there when the first registry was written.
You should also be aware that running DISM and sfc /scannow will return some of what you have so painstakingly removed, this limits your repair functionality, and needs to be taken into account. We charge for our services and importantly what we do can be undone.
I have seen some pretty good web sites that will assist you to do this, they come with overrides and appropriate warnings, so a good google might help, it does take some time, and BTW will need to be repeated after the creators (fall) update, and require some changes which we have already discovered.
Honestly I agree with the concept of modification for your needs, my university would enable you to perform what you want. All that's required is a degree in computer science... OR pay someone to do it for you.
Win 10 is easily the best OS, and as shown can be modified, we cannot however, on a modern powerful computer show any appreciable performance benefits from these modifications, so as a motivation for doing them it makes little sense. . In third world markets where older and second hand machines are more common then yes the load reduced can maintain performance at acceptable levels, and indeed this practice is more common, if somewhat prone to problems that require clean installs to fix.
As suggested if you have a good spec machine just ignore those app's you don't want and enjoy your computer.