Windows (7-11) Tweaking

KikiGames

Member
Here we can talk about optimizing Windows 7, 8, 8.1, 10 and 11.
You can post your NTLite presets, reg tweaks, bat files to help people.
Share your CPU usage, or handles (Preferences/CPU in taskmgr), your tricks.
Do you have high CPU/Memory/HDD/etc. usage? Ask for help here! (Give at least 1-2 hours for new systems. Sometimes first boot can give you spikes and ofc updates maybe installing in the background)

If your goal is a debloated or just a non-resource hungry Windows, you are at the right topic.

Please always mention exact OS and version number!
 
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ultraform

Member
Some Tweaks I do when use SSD Use it for Windows 7 but maybe work for newr OS too.

Disable Reliability Monitor :
in cmd type this the, start cmd.exe and Run as administrator.
In the command prompt type :
schtasks.exe /change /disable /tn \Microsoft\Windows\RAC\RacTask

Disable Hibernation:

in cmd type this the, start cmd.exe and Run as administrator.
In the command prompt type :
powercfg -h off
powercfg.exe /hibernate off

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Other tweaks-

Disable Data Execution Prevention (DEP)

as same as above but type
bcdedit /set nx AlwaysOff

Tools
(I Sometime use to tweak and disable stuff.)


Easy Service Optimizer

Starter (Can disable service- Autostared programs)

Autoruns ( Same as above)

Optimize Windows 10 for Gaming

Some tools I use/used for disable tracking/telemetry and other stuff. They work for windows 7 and newer.

W10Privacy
WPD
DoNotSPy78
Blackbird

Presetfile, "LAN Internet, Discord, Steam, Battlenet" Working
 

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KikiGames

Member
Windows 8.1 Pro (build: 9600)
Nothing running except OpenShell and around 30 services.
This is not final, I will try to tweak it when I have time!;
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garlin

Active Member

Disable Data Execution Prevention (DEP)

as same as above but type
bcdedit /set nx AlwaysOff

Turning it off won't make your system run faster, and DEP helps prevent some buffer overruns used by viruses. The CPU tags memory pages used by data segments, and checks if code is trying to sneak execution. The perf penalty is almost zero...
 

Clanger

Well-Known Member
Windows 10 LTSC 17763.2114 - 20210911 - testing inside a vm.
Net 3.5 enabled, Net 4.8 and 5.0.9 installed. OS still has full networking and Printer/Scanner functionality.

Windows 10 LTSC 17763.2114 - 20210911a - Bareboned Services. No networking or Printer/Scanner functionality.

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