Today the Office Applications are listed separate again (not bundled):
Microsoft Access (Current Channel)
Microsoft Excel (Current Channel)
Microsoft OneNote (Current Channel)
Microsoft Outlook (Current Channel)
Microsoft PowerPoint (Current Channel)
Microsoft Publisher (Current Channel)
Microsoft Word (Current Channel)
@tom Both versions (x32 and x64) are delivered as a package.
So if both apps are located in the following sub-folders:
...\PortableApps\SQLiteDatabaseBrowserPortable\App\SQLiteDatabaseBrowser32\DB Browser for SQLite.exe
...\PortableApps\SQLiteDatabaseBrowserPortable\App\SQLiteDatabaseBrowser64\DB Browser for SQLite.exe
Then they are 100% from PortableApps.com and both apps can be bundled.
So please update the rules.
The files you see under "Microsoft\Windows\Containers" belong to one of your virtual machines or containers, thus they shouldn't be bundled with any application on the host machine.
I Really have no idea why NVIDIA GeForce Experience was found in that folder.
I have a VM, but I did definitely not install NVIDIA GeForce Experience there. @VulnDetect Do you have any idea why NVIDIA GeForce Experience is found in that folder?
Now I see just one entry in the list, so the issue is solved.