This goes over debloating and slimming down Windows 10 and 11 so you get maximum performance from your PC.
I made a guide going over the debloat process two years ago https://christitus.com/debloat-windows-10/ - The guide has evolved and the github project I was using has also improved. I’ve also made a newer post going over the all the changes @ https://christitus.com/windows-tool
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If you are coming here from the YouTube video I have taken all the scripts below and a system admin script I used a lot in the past to make a streamlined debloat script. This script will optimize Windows and can be run multiple times if you have an update ruin all the optimizations. I have also made it very easy to launch. Here is the source files: https://github.com/ChrisTitusTech/win10script
If you want to just run this on any system, you can easily copy and paste this into a Admin Powershell prompt and watch it do everything for you. It does have two prompts based on user feedback. Let me know what you think below!
OLD PROJECT - DEPRECATED
iex ((New-Object System.Net.WebClient).DownloadString('https://git.io/JJ8R4'))
Based on User feedback Microsoft Store and Windows Defender is no longer touched.
iex ((New-Object System.Net.WebClient).DownloadString('https://git.io/JTbKD'))
This restore script pops up a GUI that lets you restore what you want to FACTORY DEFAULTS!
The project I use has been developed for many years now and is extremely good. Here is the source github project I use:
This is a new project that was brought to my attention, but has quickly made a name for itself. It works very well and is typically more up to date than the above project.
I recommend running this tool under the following conditions:
I generally always enable Dark Mode and Install 3.5 .NET but that is entirely my personal preference.