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I recently tried to catch up on his Windows10 Debloat and optimize stuff. He has a wealth of great shared stuff, a bit chaotically organised!. Some setting adjustments are mentioned a few times, not always done in the same way. He has changed slightly a few of his ideas and opinions, some of which is reflected in him changing some things.
One example , I think, is that he is more inclined to emphasize not blocking the important security related updates. Also is added Chocolatey package manager to the script for easy program installations. Application Tweaks This script will keep the core of Microsoft Office, but most other Microsoft products that are sideloaded are removed. OneDrive is a big one that some use, so if you want that functionality check the customization section.
MicrosoftOfficeHub” Does that mean you are somehow stopping, deleting, removing or de installing or otherwise messing with Microsoft Office? I thought I noticed on a previous video that you removed that line because you did not want to remove Microsoft Office.
For one thing MS Office from is getting progressively worse, and many people go back to their stable MS Office and lower. Like me they have a valid licence and the original DVD, but Microsoft only let you re install it a few times, after which the valid key is not accepted, and you can forget trying to talk to Microsoft about it.
Explain again the modifying of the script, possibly as part as a general walkthrough of the entire script. And explain again how to download the file and run it in the old way, That would encourage someone to check and tweak the script before using it. After this he did a live stream… Says he will make a new page for that but then he did not do it, or maybe just for a short time: This is actually a combination of debloat script and disasembler????
Some time later the entire live stream re appeared almost a year later!!! I followed your instructions yesterday and I just wanted to say WOW! I have a desktop running windows 10 Pro 64bits and I swear that it keeps getting faster and easier to work on. So far it is great.
Much apprecaited. Travis Mc Farland 1 year ago I should add that after a couple of weeks, my hard drive is fried! Not blaming but I feel I should report this as well. I now have no means of continuing to offer my services as a graphic designer or a job. In SA it is literally a sentance leading to homelessness. My HD was perfect before I went and followed your advice. I regret it and will never get another opportunity to say so.
This script will optimize Windows and can be run multiple times if you have an update ruin all the optimizations. I have also made it very easy to launch. It does have two prompts based on user feedback. He has changed it a few times since then.
Sometime for example, I have a stable older version of a software, and I keep a copy of that exe file to re install from, if and when needed, and I prefer to choose when I update the software to the newest version, if at all. I think the answer to that is two fold. Best is to check the script and tweak it if necessary, as I try to explain in my a few replies below. But the script currently brings up a GUI giving you button options both to do things and also to then undo what you did, in case anything causes problems.
This is an approximate list of the more recent videos where Chris has developed the Debloat script further. He is adding a lot more options to do other things as well as Debloating, and so just recently he tends to refer more often to the thing as a Tool rather than a Debloat script.
But I will try an explanation, and I will number the replies so you can see if they all post. This is 1 of First forget about the one line to run command. Instead you need to go to the place where Chris has his script and download a Zip file containing some files including the main ps1 file that you need. I cannot unfortunately write here where it is, as that always triggers a YouTube comment to be deleted. You need to unzip the downloaded zip file and note where you have chosen to put the unzipped master file containing all the files including the ps1 file.
Actually, we are only interested in the ps1 file It does not matter where you put it, but you need to make a note of the path to it because its needed later in a command line. As example for me, I have always had to make sure that I comment out any lines in a Debloat code section containing Microsoft. To get the support from Microsoft to re install a valid licensed software they often charge you more money than the cost of new software.
Once you are happy with that ps1 file and have saved it then you need make a note of where you have the file, and then follow the steps given to run it, for example in this previous video.
You ignore that bit, because you would have done that already if you have done what I tried to explain in the last few comments 9 of Usually Chris has this folder named something like win10script-master, but he might change that now that windows 11 is here. These are typical command lines. Your path will vary to where you have chosen to pot the unzipped master folder. But that is a useful way to check that things are going as planned, as the dir command will list out all the files in the master folder, and you should see , amongst other things, the important.
The script from Chris is intended to work with both windows 10 and windows So you may find that he changes the name of those files and folders as he continues to improve and develop it. Lots of simple to answer questions left unanswered in comments of the videos. Attempts to answer them with a reply often results in the reply being deleted. Not a big issue. Just saying. There is not a lot of point in anyone commenting if they have a question.
I will take a guess that a lot Hate comments was caused by the last script or scripts. Chris seems to have gone quiet on it for almost a year, and I would not be surprised if he removed some comments in the meantime…. Chris next responded to comments to restore the small square action centre thing at the bottom right what the previous scripts removed. While he was at it he made further options to restore Cortana and to hide tray icons At the start he was very vocal about how he responds positively to comments, which further suggests he may be trying to gloss over the problems caused to people by his scripts Let me know what you think below!
I’d like to know your thoughts on these. Just looked this up, this is a throttling effect that is very similar. I’ll have to add this modification as well. Windows is 20 years old, and he complains that they, not him should have updated the stuff. Sophia contacts him a lot, Chris replies dismally. Took the Windows defender out due to anti virus software complaining about it.
This replaces the previous post which i am having problems trying to edit 8. If you are coming here from the YouTube video I have taken all the scripts below and a system admin script I used a lot in the past to make a streamlined debloat script. I think its something becoming less meaningful as time goes on.
When some low level things are done, like those the script does, they likely would they been done previously by such an Administrator person. That Administrator person was then effectively trying to control the settings, so that is what that message is indicating. Sometimes you might see that message or a similar one accompanying the greying out of some user options, all once again indicating that some “higher being” is trying to decide what settings you have.
For example, this was the case with earlier windows 10 version Update settings: Many setting options were duplicated in the direct way via normal user settings, Advanced options dialog of Win 10 Pro , and in the so called Group Policy Editor, the gpedit msc in the run window thing.
Once the gpedit method was used to adjust the settings then the same settings in the normal user update settings were greyed out and such a red warming was shown. However since Windows version , the some of the direct normal way options have been removed and you can only make the changes via the low level Group Policy Editor thing Can anyone point me into the direction of a copy of the actual script used here?
I realise that the script has developed and advanced in the meantime, but its for learning purposes as I review the development of the script: I was away for a whule and am trying to catch up on the last years stuff. A couple of suggestions. This limits its use to when you are online. I would suggest that is a bit unnecessary. I will address those 3 points, if I may, in 3 replies below, since the YouTube anti-spam Bot is a bit aggressive just now, and tanks most long comments.
This is then post 1 of 4 that hopefully will post. If there are not at least 3 replies to this comment, then you know the Bot got me again!
Fair enough. But possibly the check and possible download of the necessary winget stuff could somehow be done only of you choose any install option. That script is mot open source, but is there not a script anywhere to do the same?
On the one hand it is encouraged examine, understand and possibly tweak the script before use. But you can download the ps1 script file, examine it and tweak it easily with any text editor, then run it with a few simple command lines. I have tried in vain to explain this in detail to answer a few comments recently, but its always resulted in the reply being deleted. A GitHub Pull from July doing services seems not to have got in????
But in more recent live stream videos he says it keeps coming back and he has not figured out how to stop it. Microsoft Edge has taken over PDF viewer, and other default web tasks. Even when manually removing it will reinstall via windows updates. You can do this with a simply reg file. He talks about the main change being Services, initially copying a script part from somewhere previously at GitHib servicesdisabler.
When he tried it he was looking at a drop of processes as a result of the services disabling. I bought that and also had a go at making the exe based on his demo in the video. That worked as well after a fashion. Those two exes are compared in the next post In the end he spent most of the time getting a virtual windows up and running. He ran it once he has a windows 11 going.
I think he was feeling a bit under the weather. A few weeks later he made one that you can download. Here are some quick notes of the first attempt. I may add to them in the future Self made one: Things went approximately as in the explanation from Chris in the videos.
He did it live while waiting for something else, and , as he says , its more complicated then it needed to be, which ties up with my experience: With the benefit of not having to do it live, I have found it very simple to do. If I understand correctly, the free software thing, “ps2exe”, that somehow makes the exe is somehow held directly by, or is integrated in, or in some other way strongly associated with windows power script stuff.
Exactly what I mean by that I am not sure yet. But the end result is that a simple short set of powershell commands seem to set it off. You start by getting powershell with Administrator rights ip, or the windows 11 terminal equivalent The first few code lines you need are like those I would typically do initially when getting the Tool to launch from the ps1 text file.
By me it set off some other steps install-module ps2exe This is what was set off when I tried it: Der NuGet-Anbieter ist erforderlich, um den Vorgang fortzusetzen. Geben Sie “exit” ein, um die Pipeline fortzusetzen. The first time it did not seem to work, but then after a few attempts it seemed to work and the exe popped up. I re enabled my windows defender shortly later and I seemed to get some security warning and similar problems again.
I left the defender off for a while and forgot about it. Some time later I switched it back on, and since then I have no longer had any problems launching the things. When I tried it out, it downloaded and launched with no problem. It looks almost identical to the one I made. It remains a bit too big on a typical lap top screen. Some other rough notes appendixed to the last post Here is the text of that blue powershell window shown above in the last image in the last post.
Alle Rechte vorbehalten. I just did that as it was helpful to see what I had at the place I was doing stuff. It helped me check for example that the file win10debloat6DecDec. I could be wrong. Maybe he knows what he is talking about, but no one else does.
Here are some current Open as of Feb. It did make everything else on my screen much smaller, which I personally don’t mind. I think I may actually keep it this way. Chris’s Posh GUI appears to have bloated the script with a lot of bollox. It bloats with repeated, and unnecessary coding. But that is an academic point, and, in any case, that is a bit off the point of the too big GUI issue, – that bloating is not directly the cause of the too big GUI issue here, even though Chris seems to think so sometimes!!
Looping to reduce the bloat of repeated stuff with functions, as suggested in some Pull requests, is perhaps better programming practice. It won’t have any effect on the too big fucked up non working scroll bar, non working resize issue.
I suspect more likely that this too big and fucked up scrolling, fucked up resizing, GUI issue, is some combination of a copy and paste not done properly, along with some furkin forked pushed pull crap at GitHub that messed it up a but further.
But never mind all that It mainly only requires only removing 9 unnecessary lines that fuck everything up!
A higher resolution and it comes up a little smaller x is just about OK, and the over average used high of x is not too bad. I expect this latter is often what Chris uses. But I have seen similar to that on other GUIs intermittently. So that may be some bug in PowerShell. But it has had a very unusually high number of Clicks. Chris then gave the 3 4 ways to copy stuff. I think they do. As it came out he spent a large amount of the time doing a very nice clear run through explanation of Essential Tweaks.
The rest of the time was split into shorter bits doing those two buttons and going some way to fixing a few mistakes he noticed as he went along. Chris said he was tired at the start, but he seemed well in form in this one.
He started with something to do with Games in his windows. Forms If [System. He talks about expecting it going down to 70 — 80, but he never checked.
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You need to keep up. Buying a good virus protection can be another option. So then once in a while you can re install the operating system and other basic software on your computer. Re installing an Operating system was until most recently, with Windows 10, not as simple as it may have be suggested Many experienced professionals recommend this. They presented this as the common sense simple approach to clear out any unwanted clutter on your computer, both the usual build up that seems to always occur, as well as any bad things such as viruses etc.
I am sceptic, if so many professionals actually do it, at least in recent years, until most recently with Windows There were many small problems that seem to occur, which an experienced professional might sort out by instinct , hardly noticing that he does it.
For an average user, these problems may not be solvable. In addition, newer computers are becoming like many consumer projects: The manufacturer tries to make them last a few years.
Replacing hardware and re installing software was therefore becoming increasingly difficult. But then came Windows 10 Windows 10 and wipe clean and instillation discs and bootable USBs Instillation discs were, before Windows 10, rarely supplied in recent years. It was common practice in early personal computer days to get a full set of Operating system disks with a computer.
For some strange reason, many professionals seem to cling on to the belief that this is the case. Possibly in a professional environment there are always somewhere both the disks and expertise to use them, so it is just assumed that nothing has changed. Things changed with Windows It seems that Microsoft are planning an all out attack to take over control of the world, and Windows 10 is one of their major vehicles for this. Whilst the profit from the sale of licences is not ignored, the one off sale of the license to get an Operating system is less of a priority and ease of instillation is encouraged.
This was general policy was quietly started with Windows 7… Obtaining the required file for making an instillation disc. Microsoft actually wants to avoid users downloading the files directly with Windows Instead, they prefer that you use the Windows 10 Media-Creation Tool.
To use this, you first download the Windows 10 Media-Creation Tool, from which you can then do various things related to producing instillation media. This is all part of taking control of you and your computer. Indeed , the tool will not download onto operating systems prior to Windows 7…. Presumably the tool and the more recent operating systems are all part of the plot, and some secrets might be easier to get at on earlier operating systems.. Part of the information here is intended to try and get a less harmful instillation disc.
This will be picked up later, after some basic information about producing instillation discs. As a personal preference I concentrate on producing a disc. These things and processes have been widely in use for over 25 years. We refer to them frequently. But for some strange reason hardly anyone really knows or understands them fully. There seem to be a few strange mysteries and secrets. Possibly this is so that things like instillation disks are not too wildly made and distributed. Often this is overlooked.
It often is not noticed as different systems may actually do different things when the same software or command is done. The best I can make out, in the absence of finding anyone in the world who knows for sure, is in the following few notes, it may be impossible for most people to know for sure as commercial secrets are involved : CD or DVD This is basically the same physical thing. CD came first and there is generally less flexibility in compatibility in using other things or different manufacturers versions of CD.
The DVD came later, making use of improved technology, and at the same time some attempt was made to make certain aspects standard to improve the flexibility and compatibility with other things and different manufacturers DVDs. Work fast with our official CLI. Learn more. Please sign in to use Codespaces. If nothing happens, download GitHub Desktop and try again.
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I test these scripts on a Windows 10 Professional Bit English virtual machine. Please let me know if you encounter any issues. Home Edition and different languages are not supported. These scripts are intended for tech-savvy administrators, who know what they are doing and just want to automate this phase of their setup. If this profile does not fit you, I recommend using a different more interactive tool — and there are a lot of them out there. If you intend to use your system for gaming, adjust the scripts accordingly.
There is no undo , I recommend only using these scripts on a fresh installation including Windows Updates. Test everything after running them before doing anything else. Also, there is no guarantee that everything will work after future updates since I cannot predict what Microsoft will do next.
The scripts are designed to run without any user interaction. Modify them beforehand. If you want a more interactive approach check out DisableWinTracking from 10se1ucgo.
Code located in the master branch is always considered under development, but you’ll probably want the most recent version anyway. In the past I included small fixes to make the start menu more usable, like removing default tiles, disabling web search and so on. This is no longer the case since I am fed up with it. Please replace it with something better, either use Open Shell or Start is Back , but stop using that shit.
After running the scripts, the start menu search-box may no longer work on newly created accounts. It seems like there is an issue with account initialization that is triggered when disabling the GeoLocation service. Following workaround has been discovered by BK from Atlanta:. You may now disable the GeoLocation service again, the search box should remain functional.
If you are deploying images with MDT and running these scripts, the sysprep step will hang unless dmwappushservice is active. Apparently running the stock remove-default-apps script will cause Xbox Wireless Adapters to stop functioning. I suspect one should not remove the Xbox App when wanting to use one. But I haven’t confirmed this yet, and there is a workaround to re-enable it afterwards.
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