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Some use Win 10 LTSC who already have less bloat. Here is two other popular solutions for you. Chris Titus own tools (See also his YouTube channel) Debloat Windows in 2022 - Chris Titus Tech + MSMG ToolKit

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On 4/21/2022 at 7:21 PM, Papusan said:

Some use Win 10 LTSC who already have less bloat. Here is two other popular solutions for you. Chris Titus own tools (See also his YouTube channel) Debloat Windows in 2022 - Chris Titus Tech + MSMG ToolKit

thanks. i ended up using sophia script.

i have used msmgtoolkit before.

ive use chris titus before. i think only essentials tweaks and onedrive and cortana disabled... but  there are some stuff he disables that i would like enabled on essential tweaks. 

the only part i would love to use is this part below.


Setting diagnosticshub.standardcollector.service StartupType to Manual
Setting DiagTrack StartupType to Manual
Setting DPS StartupType to Manual
Setting dmwappushservice StartupType to Manual
Setting lfsvc StartupType to Manual
Setting MapsBroker StartupType to Manual
Setting NetTcpPortSharing StartupType to Manual
Setting RemoteAccess StartupType to Manual
Setting RemoteRegistry StartupType to Manual
Setting SharedAccess StartupType to Manual
Setting TrkWks StartupType to Manual
Setting WMPNetworkSvc StartupType to Manual
Setting WSearch StartupType to Manual
Setting XblAuthManager StartupType to Manual
Setting XblGameSave StartupType to Manual
Setting XboxNetApiSvc StartupType to Manual
Setting XboxGipSvc StartupType to Manual
Setting ndu StartupType to Manual
Setting WerSvc StartupType to Manual
Setting Fax StartupType to Manual
Setting fhsvc StartupType to Manual
Setting gupdate StartupType to Manual
Setting gupdatem StartupType to Manual
Setting stisvc StartupType to Manual
Setting AJRouter StartupType to Manual
Setting MSDTC StartupType to Manual
Setting WpcMonSvc StartupType to Manual
Setting PhoneSvc StartupType to Manual
Setting PrintNotify StartupType to Manual
Setting PcaSvc StartupType to Manual
Setting WPDBusEnum StartupType to Manual
Setting seclogon StartupType to Manual
Setting SysMain StartupType to Manual
Setting lmhosts StartupType to Manual
Setting wisvc StartupType to Manual
Setting FontCache StartupType to Manual
Setting RetailDemo StartupType to Manual
Setting ALG StartupType to Manual
Setting SCardSvr StartupType to Manual
Setting EntAppSvc StartupType to Manual
Setting BthAvctpSvc StartupType to Manual
Setting Browser StartupType to Manual
Setting BthAvctpSvc StartupType to Manual
Setting iphlpsvc StartupType to Manual
Setting edgeupdate StartupType to Manual
Setting MicrosoftEdgeElevationService StartupType to Manual
Setting edgeupdatem StartupType to Manual
Setting SEMgrSvc StartupType to Manual
Setting PerfHost StartupType to Manual
Setting BcastDVRUserService_48486de StartupType to Manual
Setting CaptureService_48486de StartupType to Manual
Setting cbdhsvc_48486de StartupType to Manual
Setting WpnService StartupType to Manual
Setting RtkBtManServ StartupType to Manual
Setting QWAVE StartupType to Manual
Setting HPAppHelperCap StartupType to Manual
Setting HPDiagsCap StartupType to Manual
Setting HPNetworkCap StartupType to Manual
Setting HPSysInfoCap StartupType to Manual
Setting HpTouchpointAnalyticsService StartupType to Manual
Setting HvHost StartupType to Manual
Setting vmickvpexchange StartupType to Manual
Setting vmicguestinterface StartupType to Manual
Setting vmicshutdown StartupType to Manual
Setting vmicheartbeat StartupType to Manual
Setting vmicvmsession StartupType to Manual
Setting vmicrdv StartupType to Manual
Setting vmictimesync StartupType to Manual
Essential Tweaks Completed - Please Reboot

 

 

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I use the Chris Titus debloater script and he is about to release a new and improved version. Video below. Should be out soon.

 

 

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On 5/4/2022 at 11:37 AM, Mr. Fox said:

I use the Chris Titus debloater script and he is about to release a new and improved version. Video below. Should be out soon.

 

 

way better app than before. and gives more control to users..

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Yep I do and I only use Chris Titus's script to do so. Heard he is updating it too so can't wait for that to release.

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14 hours ago, solidus1983 said:

Yep I do and I only use Chris Titus's script to do so. Heard he is updating it too so can't wait for that to release.

hes sscript its good but didnt give users the ability to choose what they want. like i said essential tweaks some parts i liked but other it disabled i like and i could not turn it back on as it would default back to what he chosed.

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2 hours ago, raptorddd said:

hes sscript its good but didnt give users the ability to choose what they want. like i said essential tweaks some parts i liked but other it disabled i like and i could not turn it back on as it would default back to what he chosed.

 

The new version that he is finalizing looks like it will give more control using check boxes, its why i spent the $5 to support him.

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2 hours ago, solidus1983 said:

 

The new version that he is finalizing looks like it will give more control using check boxes, its why i spent the $5 to support him.

very interesting, i basically just discovered both him and Sophie thanks to @Mr. Fox and this thread, i'll be sure to give them both a whirl when I install Win11 for my lady's new machine.

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10 hours ago, jaybee83 said:

very interesting, i basically just discovered both him and Sophie thanks to @Mr. Fox and this thread, i'll be sure to give them both a whirl when I install Win11 for my lady's new machine.

Be sure to get her StartAllBack. It is the Winduhz 11 version of StartIsBack and it makes it a WHOLE LOT less aesthetically repulsive. It will make the taskbar and Start menu totally normal/nice looking again, just like StartIsBack does for Windoze 10. StartAllBack is dirt cheap and I'd pay a lot more than what it costs to not have to live with the disgusting look and feel.

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On 5/5/2022 at 5:20 PM, solidus1983 said:

Yep I do and I only use Chris Titus's script to do so. Heard he is updating it too so can't wait for that to release.

yes it seems that way.. but sophia gives you way more control of what you want to do.

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On 5/5/2022 at 1:35 PM, raptorddd said:

i use sophia script

 

 

Thanks. I will check it out. Chris Titus is great, but sometimes, probably somewhat out of self-preserving necessity considering his audience, less destructive than I tend to be. For example, not recommending to disable Windows Update. I do that before allowing a system to connect to the internet. I also totally remove/destroy Micro$lop Defender Security. You don't give kids dynamite to play with unless you hate the kids. 

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2 hours ago, raptorddd said:

yes it seems that way.. but sophia gives you way more control of what you want to do.

One of he most valuable tweaks/hacks that often gets overlooked is eradicating Windows "notification" functionality and nuking Action Center. I find notifications to be an extremely annoying part of Windows. It makes it have that crappy smartphone feel to it, and I don't even like notifications on my smartphones... they are generally obnoxious and no real value to them. Windows Push Notification services are also a bloated waste of system resources.  Micro$lop makes disabling this trash very difficult for the average user.

 

I have always hated balloon notifications in Windows 7 and disable them in Group Policy, but they are very mild in comparison to the incessant nagging crap that happens on W10/11.

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9 hours ago, Mr. Fox said:

Be sure to get her StartAllBack. It is the Winduhz 11 version of StartIsBack and it makes it a WHOLE LOT less aesthetically repulsive. It will make the taskbar and Start menu totally normal/nice looking again, just like StartIsBack does for Windoze 10. StartAllBack is dirt cheap and I'd pay a lot more than what it costs to not have to live with the disgusting look and feel.

thx man, be sure to have a look! already have a license for start10, so ill check and see if there are any significant stuff shed be missing out on¬†ūüėä

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9 hours ago, Mr. Fox said:

Be sure to get her StartAllBack. It is the Winduhz 11 version of StartIsBack and it makes it a WHOLE LOT less aesthetically repulsive. It will make the taskbar and Start menu totally normal/nice looking again, just like StartIsBack does for Windoze 10. StartAllBack is dirt cheap and I'd pay a lot more than what it costs to not have to live with the disgusting look and feel.

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16 hours ago, Mr. Fox said:

Thanks. I will check it out. Chris Titus is great, but sometimes, probably somewhat out of self-preserving necessity considering his audience, less destructive than I tend to be. For example, not recommending to disable Windows Update. I do that before allowing a system to connect to the internet. I also totally remove/destroy Micro$lop Defender Security. You don't give kids dynamite to play with unless you hate the kids. 

ii like btis of chris and sophia but if i run both some options i cant enable them. hopefully next update of chris allows me to only pick what i want to do.

14 hours ago, Mr. Fox said:

One of he most valuable tweaks/hacks that often gets overlooked is eradicating Windows "notification" functionality and nuking Action Center. I find notifications to be an extremely annoying part of Windows. It makes it have that crappy smartphone feel to it, and I don't even like notifications on my smartphones... they are generally obnoxious and no real value to them. Windows Push Notification services are also a bloated waste of system resources.  Micro$lop makes disabling this trash very difficult for the average user.

 

I have always hated balloon notifications in Windows 7 and disable them in Group Policy, but they are very mild in comparison to the incessant nagging crap that happens on W10/11.

well  i do like notifications. thats what am saying sophia gives you more control on what you want enabled or disabled.

i hate when they bloat software. i also like to runs a magisk module to disable useless apps that will only make phone slower.

i had to resintall windows again but before i did that i run you defender removal script. windows do run better without it as it removes useless services using less resources..   but  should we run a antivirus or not.? i mean i lknow you left firewall. but am not familiar with any of those things. as on 95,xp and w7 i always turned off windows updates and never used an antivirus. only till i started using w10 when 1909 was released  started using windows update and the stock windows defender.

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I use Malwarebytes on some of my OSes and nothing on others. I went for probably 5 or 6 years with no antivirus and had no issues. But, I wouldn't recommend it to others because some people have online behavior that is extremel risky even with a robust security suite. For me, using antivirus isn't something I view as being that important.

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What I do is to disable Windows Update using WU10Man and then enable it temporarily when the "need" arises (in case there is a security update available). It make a huge difference in terms of system resources.

 

In terms of antivirus and "risky" behavior online: The most appropriate approach here is to use a VM with Linux for those things in order to isolate those activities from the rest of the system. If there is a risk for malware due to [whatever activity], isolation using a VM with a different operating system is a good idea since it also allow the simple restoration of same in case of serious issues.

 

I use SophiaScript for debloating and also disable services that are undesired using supplementary checklists. GPO is also useful to tame some of the less-than-optimal behavior of the OS.

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Chris Titus has his new tool available now. https://christitus.com/windows-tool/ (although the old one still works, this is the newer debloat tool option).

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