O&O ShutUp10 - Do not use Windows 10 without it!

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  1. Papusan

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    You’ll get an yellow notice if some setting have reversed back to default(when you open up to check settings after patch Tuesday etc). Then check show changes and revert to what you applied beforehand.
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    saturnotaku Notebook Nobel Laureate

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    A couple builds ago they fixed the one telemetry setting that required you to disable it twice even if you didn't change any other settings.
     
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    Thx, Papusan, for the explanation and visual. It makes it a lot easier for me to understand. :)
     
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    O&O ShutUp10 v1.8.1414 - released Sept 24, 2020

    1.8.1414 – released September 24, 2020
    • FIX: NCSI setting upgraded to critical, as it can lead to problems under Windows 10 2004
    • Available in German, English, French, Italian, Spanish, Russian and Chinese (simplified)
     
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    YES!

    build 1414 of O&OShutup10 finally & officially supports 20H1/2004
     
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    O&O ShutUp10 v1.8.1415 - released Sept 24, 2020

    I emailed their support on how to properly disable Windows Defender using the Reg files :rolleyes:
     
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    O&O ShutUp10 v1.8.1415 - released Oct 7, 2020

    1.8.1415 – released October 7, 2020
    • NEW: Support for Windows 10 2009 (20H2)
    • FIX: It is no longer possible to deactivate Windows Defender using the registry setting, so this setting is no longer supported
    • Available in German, English, French, Italian, Spanish, Russian and Chinese (simplified).
     
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    O&O ShutUp10 v1.8.1417 - released Feb 9, 2021

    1.8.1417 – released February 9, 2021
    • FIX: Determining registry key permissions has resulted in fewer displayed settings on some NT domain systems.
    • Available in German, English, French, Italian, Spanish, Russian and Chinese (simplified)
     
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    Question for those more knowledgeable; Win10 Telemetry, every update this turns back on. During OS installation, the installer asks if you want this feature on or off. Like any sane person, you opt out and have it turned off. O&O reports that its turned on, so you turn it off again. An update comes along and, the **** turns on again. Something crooked is going on here. If we tell Microsoft to turn this feature off, and it spontaneously turns back on again, isn't this a privacy violation or at the very least a violation of the EULA?

    I've read the EULA and items 3 & 6 don't explicitly state that Microsoft reserves any right to revert privacy settings following a software update. This seems like class action lawsuit territory if it isn't a bug. So, while I wait for my postcard opt-in from some lawyer somewhere, is there any way to permanently disable telemetry, or is this a "feature" we're stuck with?
     
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    The only way to truly turn off everything is to use Windows 10 Enterprise LTSC and disable telemetry through group policy editor.
     
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