Debloat Windows 10 is a collection of Powershell scripts that block, disable, modify, or optimize various Windows 10 features that users may find annoying, or at least not super useful to begin with.
Word of warning: these scripts have no undo function. The author suggests you run them on a fresh installation of Windows 10. I suggest you create a full system backup before you run them, so that you can restore the system should things go wrong.
You can open any of the Powershell scripts in a plain text editor or directly on GitHub to find out what they do in detail.
You are probably wondering what those scripts do. You find nine scripts in total on the Debloat windows 10 GitHub repository right now. They are:
You need to open an elevated Powershell prompt to run those script:
That's all there is to it. You can run as many of the Powershell scriptlets as you like. I can't stress the importance of creating a backup of your system before you run any of the scripts. (via Inside Windows)
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