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    Discussion on what to debloat next on windows 10


    so it goes like this i need help debloating a copy of windows 10. i would tackle this on my own, but the youtube video deblote series i found is about 12 hours long; 11 videos in all. piss on that...



    i already got W10Privacy and i know a lot of other things but in my head not 100% sure what to do. like setting internal timers, now i know there is 2 i need to change, but to what?

    i got the basics down so let's hit the advanced. anything above low end knowledge and also easily found on google. as google does not mention internal timers. as much as i like to trip over google i think here in the forums will help me more like DPC latencies

    i do want to keep the windows photo viewer. also the system search and that is about it

    so i would feel blessed at any suggestions and i reply often with added banter or thanks. let's get crackn'
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  2. bro67's Avatar
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    Debloat what? There is nothing to remove on Windows.
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    bro67 said:
    Debloat what? There is nothing to remove on Windows.
    why not download W10Privacy and see what it can do
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    glegster said:
    why not download W10Privacy and see what it can do
    Why? It will not work on a iPad and I have no problem with what little that Microsoft does gather regarding software installed that they created and other reputable company’s, with what hardware is installed and if there are any issues that get reported. There is nothing else that they are goong to gather if you do not let them through unchecking a few boxes.
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    bro67 said:
    Why? It will not work on a iPad and I have no problem with what little that Microsoft does gather regarding software installed that they created and other reputable company’s, with what hardware is installed and if there are any issues that get reported. There is nothing else that they are goong to gather if you do not let them through unchecking a few boxes.
    you don't understand that i chew through ram like mad and it has saved my butt on my laptop. also adjusting timers can reduce latency and add fps. also the sending of telemetry can cause hiccups especialy when i got a game running and someone else streaming 1080p
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    glegster said:
    you don't understand that i chew through ram like mad and it has saved my butt on my laptop. also adjusting timers can reduce latency and add fps. also the sending of telemetry can cause hiccups especialy when i got a game running and someone else streaming 1080p
    You are deluding yourself if you think removing stuff/disabling services etc. will improve performance. Those days died out years ago.

    The best you can do is add more memory, install ssds, disable unnecessary start-up programs, stop background apps running.

    Beyond that the only solution isd to splash the cash and buy a more powerful pc.
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    cereberus said:
    You are deluding yourself if you think removing stuff/disabling services etc. will improve performance. Those days died out years ago.

    The best you can do is add more memory, install ssds, disable unnecessary start-up programs, stop background apps running.

    Beyond that the only solution isd to splash the cash and buy a more powerful pc.
    i dont think you understand some of the best laptops have DPC latencies issues. it is not a opinion it is a fact. and if your going to help me pay more go ahead. sorry but my mind is set. i have done what i can on the pc's i work on so far and it is night and day better
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    glegster said:
    i dont think you understand some of the best laptops have DPC latencies issues. it is not a opinion it is a fact. and if your going to help me pay more go ahead. sorry but my mind is set. i have done what i can on the pc's i work on so far and it is night and day better
    But debloating apps is not the solution - LOL.
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    Hi,
    Most just use shutup 10 and be done
    O&O ShutUp10

    I personally just remove all apps with power shell @Brink has tutorials how it's done a lot shorter than 11 hours of tubers lol
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    cereberus said:
    But debloating apps is not the solution - LOL.
    due tel ol' wise one
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