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  1. bro67's Avatar
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    What “Bloatware”? You do not need all of that code to do something simple. Just do a clean install of the Windows ISO from Microsoft.com
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       #12

    php code how to run it


    well, thank you. but that's exactly what has been done. clean install. the bloatware is all that junk that ms trow at us.
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  3. bro67's Avatar
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       #13

    Microsoft does not install “Bloatware” in a clean install
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    The hearth is flat.
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  5. Posts : 638
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    bro67 said:
    Microsoft does not install “Bloatware” in a clean install
    Hmm.
    Alarms & Clock, Calculator, Calendar, Camera, Connect, Cortana, Games, Get Help, Grove Music, Mail, Maps, Messaging, Edge, Microsoft Store, Mixed Reality Portal, Mixed Reality Viewer, Mobile Plans, Movies & TV, OneDrive, OneNote, Paint 3D, People, Photos, Sticky Notes, Video Editor, Voice Recorder, Weather, Xbox.

    To me, that's a perfect example of bloatware. Or did I miss some sarcasm?
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    php code how to run it


    again thank you guys. but I still don't know how to run the php code to delete everything.
    if you could, please, help me I'd be very much in debt with you.
    maybe lx07 could shed some light . . .
    thanks
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  7. Posts : 638
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       #17

    As was said (or implied) somewhere in this thread, Windows does not natively support PHP. You need to find a PHP interpreter somewhere, download it, and install it. I've seen several on the web but I have no idea if they work.

    That is a big script with quite a few functions. Do you know it runs cleanly and safely? Is it from a reputable source? And do you know you actually want to perform all the actions taken in the script?
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       #18

    php code how to run it


    my dear pokeefe0001

    thank you. your observation makes a lot of sense.
    the source is lx07

    and I believe it's ok.
    but at the very begin he says it's not his . . . so now I'm really in deep waters
    as you stated windows do not run php I don't know what to do.
    maybe another solution to get rid of all this garbage after a clean install.
    I've been looking all over the forum and I got some from Shawn Brink but not all of'em
    any who thank you again and if you have another suggestion I'd really appreciate.
    thanks for your time
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  9. bro67's Avatar
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    tonyfly said:
    my dear pokeefe0001

    thank you. your observation makes a lot of sense.
    the source is lx07

    and I believe it's ok.
    but at the very begin he says it's not his . . . so now I'm really in deep waters
    as you stated windows do not run php I don't know what to do.
    maybe another solution to get rid of all this garbage after a clean install.
    I've been looking all over the forum and I got some from Shawn Brink but not all of'em
    any who thank you again and if you have another suggestion I'd really appreciate.
    thanks for your time
    Shawn Brink owns and runs Vistaforums, sevenforums and tenforums .com. His tutorials and those that others have done, are pretty top notch. As for "Garbage", if you do a clean install with the actual Microsoft Windows ISO, there is no OEM added stuff.
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  10. Ztruker's Avatar
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       #20

    Powershell will get rid of all/most of them. Shawn Brink has a great tutorial for this, no PHP needed.
    How to Uninstall Desktop Apps and Windows Apps in Windows 10

    If you have to have PHP then you need a PHP Interpreter
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