How to debloat Windows 10

 Disclaimer: The script I explain in this article can modify and remove some of the Windows 10 apps and settings, which may make your system unstable or nonusable. I am not responsible in any way for any damage that may happen to your system. Please use this script carefully and with caution at your own risk. alert-error

The most annoying thing when installing Windows 10 for the first time or updating him to a new feature update is bloatwares.

Bloatwares are the apps or games that come preinstalled with Windows 10 and keep returning every time even if you remove them when you update to a new release of the operating system like Facebook, Candy Crush,Asphalt 8, TuneInRadio, Autodesk SketchBook, Bing Finance...

Those apps -that you may never use- consume a lot of internet bandwidth, disk space, and time after finishing installing system updates, which may affect your productivity.

Fortunately, there are some ways to get rid of those bloatwares,  and one of them is a simple script callsWindows10Debloater that has a friendly and easy-to-use interface.

With this script, you can remove all bloatwares on your system or choose only which apps you want to remove, enable or disable Cortana, stop Edge to open pdf files by default, uninstall OneDrive, stop Microsoft from spying on you by disabling telemetry tasks, remove bloatwares registry keys, install .NET Framework v3.5, and enable or disable dark mode.

 Note: To remove just some apps and games, click on "Customize Blacklist" in the main interface of the script, and select the apps you want to remove, and press "Save custom Whitelist and Blacklist to custom-lists.ps1" on the top of the window, then return to the script's main windows and select "Remove Bloatware With Customized Blacklist".

To use Windows10Debloater, run the following command  on Windows PowerShell as 

administrator :

iex ((New-Object System.Net.WebClient).DownloadString('')) code-box

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