Optimize PC and Windows - Stable SQUAD For game also - perfect Windows Faster, Lighter

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blackbird1000
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Optimize PC and Windows - Stable SQUAD For game also - perfect Windows Faster, Lighter

Post by blackbird1000 »

Hi,
Have cleaned up, with the following program on my PC.

And have now got, if not my life, but then my PC back. From the dying

In addition to Squad being far more stable now, I suppose too.
That I no longer send so much data to Micosoft

Also got a (very) small speed increase.

But the best part is probably getting rid of, pop up, and other additions that only make one annoyed. As well as increasing the risk of security holes and instability.

ALWAYS REMEMBER THE BACKUP OF DATA.

What to watch out for. What you lose.

You lose most Microsoft programs. If you use them, be careful.
For me it has only been a good one, many of the programs seem to be mostly a nuisance.

Don't forget to NOT delete onedrive if you use it.

Remember when new major Microsoft updates come, this must be repeated.

I think a reinstallation graphics driver, after this is a good idea.

Remember. This is not an add on program. It is a once-run script that deletes the many unnecessary things that are otherwise not allowed by Micosoft.


I took the big trip, and am very happy about it. Now has a clean windows that only run games, and not much else. But it does so well.

But for others who might be using some Microsoft Programs, pay attention.
Maybe an idea to keep Windows Store so they can be reinstalled.
But read more if that is the case and be careful.

ALWAYS REMEMBER THE BACKUP OF DATA.

Here is a video to help.



Here is a link to the program and held guide,

https://www.christitus.com/debloat-windows-10/

Source: https://github.com/Sycnex/Windows10Debloater


ALWAYS REMEMBER THE BACKUP OF DATA.

PS: Would like to hear other people's experiences with this. ARE there other things to warn against. Or feel in, just like me. That you have regained ownership of your PC.
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