Windows 10 LTSC 1809 - Optimize Gaming/Poweruser/Runtime Profile, retaining maximum compatibility. For x64/UEFI systems.

Clanger

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evolve ryzen 4000 may be hitting the shelves soon according to wccf and techpowerup. 8 lovely cores in a single unit, not the old 3+3 or 4+4 configs so no fabric latency. B550 matx start from £80 at my usual place.
 

evolve

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evolve ryzen 4000 may be hitting the shelves soon according to wccf and techpowerup. 8 lovely cores in a single unit, not the old 3+3 or 4+4 configs so no fabric latency. B550 matx start from £80 at my usual place.
nice to hear hope there be good battle between intel and amd for future years, and good for you and people can go for it also ryzen 4000 was much better choice for me to buy but since iam living in a place with destroyed economy and super terrible national currency value, i had no other option to afford, and wait for 4000, especcialy with covid 19 pandemic and delays in shipments
 

Clanger

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i wont be switching to ryzen 4000, i am happy with coffee lake/refresh/gt710(i can use 7 and 8.1). im not constantly chasing frame rates or benchmarking scores so i am happy to stay CFL for the next x? years with my 880k as a test bench.
 
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MT_

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Help yourself :)

Lots of tweaks can probably be used for security measures, but there is of course way more that can be done.

Other than holes in programs, my personal installation has 0.0% network activity other than the essentials (ARP, DHCP etc)

I even fetch root certificates manually on demand.

Not a single service that goes through, firewall closed down as tight as possible.

For my own convenience, I added a firewall context menu so I can easily allow executables to open commonly used outbound ports to either internet or local.

I think if you want actual maximum LOCAL security as well it probably requires a bit more than NTlite. (Think scripting, actively purge registry keys or more tweaking so that it stops logging file location traces like MRU Bags) but it also comes with subtle downsides.

Obviously encrypt your whole OS, adjust ACL's on drives (Like remove Users group from everything)

The list is not endless but there is much else to be done :)
 

Clanger

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you would need tweaks for a full default install and a list of components that you could remove, all user scenarios are covered then.

MT_ i noticed with some security stuff that they need to see certain registry entries so if you run them they report that X needs ticking. run the tweaks 1st then use whatever "special sauce" you need.
 
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