WINDOWS 10 NOBLOATWARE EDITION

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  1. James Hans

    James Hans Newbie

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    So I try to install the HOME version but its still have bloatware. so I try using the same iso but installing PRO version and its free from bloatware. I guess there's a mistake?
     
  2. sixor

    sixor Notebook Geek

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    yes, because the iso is very big, msmg is not compressing it sadly, uefi gpt requires a fat32 iso of less than 4gb, so rufus has to split the iso or something like that
     
  3. Midas Touch

    Midas Touch BGA Loving Enthusiast

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    You can create a small size ISO by deleting the edition that you don't want in msmg by navigating to 8. Tools 1. Winmgr 3. Delete

    Personally I only use Home and Pro, so I create a single ISO with just those two and it's just 3gb.
     
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  4. sixor

    sixor Notebook Geek

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    i was not aware of that, thanks
     
  5. Midas Touch

    Midas Touch BGA Loving Enthusiast

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    Reason to upgrade from Home to Pro:
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    Unless you need more of those filth that they added to Pro and want to spend $100+ for Pro key from the official M$ $tore or official retailer, or $20+ for a Pro key that comes from some sketchy site.
     
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  6. sixor

    sixor Notebook Geek

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    i only need pro because it allows me to disable more windows10 crap through group policy
     
  7. Midas Touch

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    Which crap can you disable through group policy?
     
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    redratus Notebook Enthusiast

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    Does that software really remove the "windows defender" or it just disables it and prevents the launch?
     
  9. Midas Touch

    Midas Touch BGA Loving Enthusiast

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    It completely removes it.
     
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  10. Mari1225

    Mari1225 Notebook Guru

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    Hi all :) So I clean installed 64 home win 10 single language version here. I gotta say it was a smooth process till I went to validate... :confused:
    I thought I was doomed but it finally worked. Microsoft accepted my key after entering it twice and asked me to upgrade to a new version.. weird I thought... Maybe it is cus it was from my Win 7 .. who knows, But after "upgrade" no money requested, I got it! Now I just need my drivers right so it runs smoother... Ok got all those working too. It took me total about 45 minutes....

    This is for a desktop computer that was built by me 4 years ago ..SSD Drive and Asus mother board and AMD FX6300 and AMD r9 200 Series card . It has 16gb ram. Its a decent computer for how old it is.

    Of course I made backup right after I installed OS Macrium. Turned all the features crap off. Used Win10 Shutup immediately. And did updates manually. It was not bloatfree but no worries. Though I did notice No cortana showed up .... gotta hate her lol
    Boot time to desktop is 45 secs.

    All in all it was smooth, Thank you for making this !!! I will let you know if I run into any issues when I load my games :p

    EDIT: Boot to desktop 25 secs with some tweaking :)
     
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