The big one is the Turn off Microsoft consumer experiences policy. It powers among other things the installation of third-party apps and extra links on Windows 10.
So, if you did not want Candy Crush to be pushed to your operating system, you'd disable the policy to block that from happening.
You can also use the advanced find search functionality to search for the trace log records.
When a trace is logged, a new record is created containing specific information that could be beneficial for not only debugging but also for code optimization.
Turns out, this is no longer the case when the Windows 10 Anniversary Update is released.
Some policies contain a note stating that they only apply to certain editions of Windows 10, with Windows 10 Pro not being listed as one of them.
Out of the box, the Plugin Trace Log functionality is disabled.