My laptop is slow after power on.

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  1. Posts : 806
    Windows 10 Professional x64 21H2
       #81

    I run this Powershell script Windows10Debloater on all my systems at least once every 2 to 3 months or after an update as most of the of the bloatware is reinstalled. Yes the system does speedup after running the script. I always "Remove All Bloatware" Restart your system after running the script and see if it makes a difference. Here's a screen shot from my system and here's the Powershell command.
    PHP Code:
    iex ((New-Object System.Net.WebClient).DownloadString('https://git.io/debloat')) 
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails My laptop is slow after power on.-win10-debloater.png  
    Last edited by Lance1; 16 Aug 2020 at 17:04.
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  2. Posts : 190
    Window 10 Home 20H2 x64 (build SO 19042.1052)
    Thread Starter
       #82

    I resized the partition to 70GB for testing and moved the MFT to a better place.

    After several reboots, disabling the SYSMAIN service, the boot time has dropped considerably.

    Now the login shows up after 2:05 and the system becomes operational after about 3:10 min. (since I press the power button on the laptop)

    My laptop is slow after power on.-5-final.png

    I think if I move the startup files wisely I can still go down, but I don't know of a good defragmenter.

    Anyone know a free one that does the dirty work?
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  3. Posts : 1,806
    Windows 10 Pro 21H1 19043.1348
       #83

    Lance1 said:
    I run this Powershell script Windows10Debloater on all my systems at least once every 2 to 3 months or after an update as most of the of the bloatware is reinstalled. Yes the system does speedup after running the script. I always "Remove All Bloatware" Restart your system after running the script and see if it makes a difference. Here's a screen shot from my system and here's the Powershell command.
    PHP Code:
    iex ((New-Object System.Net.WebClient).DownloadString('https://git.io/debloat')) 

    Good morning Lance1.

    I'm curious to know if you have any experience using the interactive version of this debloater, specifically I wondered if it provides any different options from the GUI version. Have you compared these two versions?

    I looked at the url in your script above and the volume of crap removed is enormous. I'd like to be certain that while using the GUI or the interactive version of this debloater, that nothing slips through the cracks. For instance, I use Classic Start menu and don't care about removing tiles from the start menu. I also have Cortana Tweaked to perform to my liking and don't want it messed with at all.

    I'm also interested to know if while using the Blacklist button on the GUI version provides complete control of which apps are removed or in other words, if every app removed is first presented as an option and then cataloged. Is this the case? TIA
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  4. Posts : 806
    Windows 10 Professional x64 21H2
       #84

    I'm curious to know if you have any experience using the interactive version of this debloater, specifically I wondered if it provides any different options from the GUI version. Have you compared these two versions?
    I have only used the GUI and not the other so no, no comparison. Have you run the Powershell command I posted?

    I'm also interested to know if while using the Blacklist button on the GUI version provides complete control of which apps are removed or in other words, if every app removed is first presented as an option and then cataloged. Is this the case? TIA
    Using the Customize blacklist gives you full control of what app's you want to remove, and what app's you want to keep. I don't use Cortana, Edge PDF or One Drive so I remove them. I also disable Telemetry. I also use Sledgehammer to control Windows 10 Updates. I won't have MS force update on me. Here's a quick video I just did of the Customize Blacklist.

    Last edited by Lance1; 19 Aug 2020 at 17:57.
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  5. Posts : 1,806
    Windows 10 Pro 21H1 19043.1348
       #85

    Lance1 said:
    I have only used the GUI and not the other so no, no comparison. Have you run the Powershell command I posted?


    Thanks for that info. No, I have yet to make use of this debloater. I've fixed many privacy concerns, manually uninstalled many app packages using Command line and tweaked a few other items. I use Matthew Wai's fix for WUP.

    When I find a bit more time, I'll try this out on my test computer first. Both my laptops use an SSD for the OS, so I'm not expecting to reduce my boot time by much. I do prefer to dump all this garbage off my PCs and will just be happier knowing it's gone. Any performance related gain will just be an added bonus.


    Lance1 said:
    Using the Customize blacklist gives you full control of what app's you want to remove, and what app's you want to keep. I don't use Cortana, Edge PDF or One Drive so I remove them. I also disable Telemetry. I also use Sledgehammer to control Windows 10 Updates. I won't have MS force update on me. Here's a quick video I just did of the Customize Blacklist.

    Thanks for posting the video of the Blacklist contents, much appreciated. I'll have a closer look in the next few days but from what I read at the url posted above, it looks great. I'm looking forward to trying it on my old laptop, then my primary PC and someone else here was very interested when I mentioned it.
    Last edited by W10 Tweaker; 21 Feb 2021 at 09:27. Reason: typos
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  6. Posts : 190
    Window 10 Home 20H2 x64 (build SO 19042.1052)
    Thread Starter
       #86

    I use both cortana (although reminders don't work for me at the moment) and onedrive.

    I'd like to try removing Cortana, because I have seen it loads a lot of stuff on startup, but I don't trust the software you proposed.

    Can I then reinstall everything or do I have to resort to a backup and restore?
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  7. Posts : 1,806
    Windows 10 Pro 21H1 19043.1348
       #87

    einstein1969 said:
    I use both cortana (although reminders don't work for me at the moment) and onedrive.
    I'd like to try removing Cortana, because I have seen it loads a lot of stuff on startup, but I don't trust the software you proposed.
    Can I then reinstall everything or do I have to resort to a backup and restore?

    I would create a restore point and an image before installing. It does appear to have a built-in back-out feature. See attached pics and the url for more info.


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    GitHub - Sycnex/Windows10Debloater: Script to remove Windows 10 bloatware.
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  8. Posts : 34,900
    Win 10 Pro (1903) (2nd PC is 21H2)
       #88

    Hello everyone, I have the usual problem that has bored me for many years.
    Every time I change the operating system for a while it goes well then it always slows down.
    It bothers me in the boot phase. Many minutes pass before it is operational.
    Is it possible that there is no simple solution?
    Assuming your boot time has increased after upgrading to 2004, then this may be relevant:
    Microsoft confirms Windows 10 slow boot issue due to KB4559309 - MSPoweruser
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  9. Posts : 190
    Window 10 Home 20H2 x64 (build SO 19042.1052)
    Thread Starter
       #89

    On my pc restore point don't work.

    This is my thread on microsoft community https://answers.microsoft.com/it-it/...6-6af007dcda5f

    I checked the link but couldn't find the code to uninstall cortana and reinstall it. Is it possible to have it without having to use the tools?

    @dalchina
    I use 1909 and the problem is the ready boot and prefetch that don't work well. I used large partition and the solution for me is use a smaller partition for fast seek time of the disk or use SSD.
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  10. Posts : 34,900
    Win 10 Pro (1903) (2nd PC is 21H2)
       #90

    I checked the link but couldn't find the code to uninstall cortana and reinstall it. Is it possible to have it without having to use the tools?
    This concept only applies from 2004, when Cortana becomes a Store app.
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