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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 06-13-2019, 08:43 PM - Thread Starter
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The best Windows 10 i've ever known

1809 v2 (April 19')

39 processes, 520 concurrent threads, no turtlenecks, drivers 100% from driver fusion. and actually fits on a DVD.

Made by toolkit, and Pi-holed etc. Shreds my games adequately (with 1660 on board=)

Equipping a gigabit gaming router on it tomorrow, pretty excited~!

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That's not bad for a Win 10 1809 install, though you could probably still get rid of the Windows Defender, Security Center, and Network Location awareness, depending.

The Server 2016 install on my main machine has 35 processes running on clean boot (including MSI AB and the NVIDIA containers) and doesn't need any 3rd party utilities or terribly much work to get where I like it. On the downside, no WMR support, and it's stuck on build 1607, which doesn't matter much. Server 2019 has the newest built, but it's much closer to Windows 10's level of bloat.

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Quote: Originally Posted by Blameless View Post
That's not bad for a Win 10 1809 install, though you could probably still get rid of the Windows Defender, Security Center, and Network Location awareness, depending.

The Server 2016 install on my main machine has 35 processes running on clean boot (including MSI AB and the NVIDIA containers) and doesn't need any 3rd party utilities or terribly much work to get where I like it. On the downside, no WMR support, and it's stuck on build 1607, which doesn't matter much. Server 2019 has the newest built, but it's much closer to Windows 10's level of bloat.

=) Nicely done there! Thank you

Security Center & NLA can probably go, your'e right.

& i have run installs without Defender- but keeping it lately=) Defender N.I. & the MS data center give some kind of blessing to UDP packets or something- Side by side test between LAN PC's ~ hitreg seems perfect, and with less mouse to target delay. And i no longer need to tweak network, or mess with nagling/tcp stuff. But, i really can't be sure =)

'Things i've tried that seem to help.'

[makes past updates permanent, so vet wisely; but, this elevated CMD + a reboot = fast like a clean install].

dism /online /Cleanup-Image /StartComponentCleanup /ResetBase

[when online windows updates/tiworker.exe usage gets really bad]

-Block them in Pihole or hosts -or rely on manual windows updates, install security.cabs by Dism, or WUMT

[Rename C:\Windows\servicing like below, or plug drive into another PC and rename. But, need to rename back to use Dism commands.]

-Security tab of folder; become owner, then add your current user in former screen & check all the permission boxes (may not work newer builds, some may say)

[Svchost split threshold. I use half the recommended value for 16gb - 8388608 results in 15 instances of svchost]

https://www.tenforums.com/tutorials/...dows-10-a.html

[For restart issues;]

https://www.tenforums.com/tutorials/...dows-10-a.html

https://www.tenforums.com/tutorials/...dows-10-a.html

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Not bad,

I always use NTlite to strip out all the bloat out of my Windows 10 Install prior to installing any new version. The good thing is NTLite can also remove bloat out of Windows 10 in a live settings (Aka an already installed OS). However I find it best to strip it down and do a fresh install on a cleaned out copy as installation is quicker, especially when you configure it to be automated.


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This one here is from 1804 and there might be a few services you can take from this to apply/test to your own (This is on first startup and left for a few mins for a few services to settle, also ignore the clock report, Windows doesn't like BCLK overclocking EDIT: And I use Mbam as an antivirus which isn't included in the processes here):
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