Things You Need to Disable in Windows 10 Right Now


Things You Need to Disable in Windows 10 Right Now

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If you are a user of Windows 10, you will know there are loads of features that you might not need. So in this video, I will be showing you loads of unwanted features that most people will be able to disable. Example: Privacy Security, Cortana, Registry Tweaks, Group Policy, Services, and more.

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  1. Windows 10 – Hyperlinks not working in Outlook emails, Office, or Word.

    Control Panel – Programs & features – Left pane “Turn features on and off”

    Internet Explorer 11 “unchecked” will disable Hyperlinks

  2. I have an HP Windows 10 Home laptop and the only option for Power & Performance is 'Balanced'. I tried the CMD prompt method and it won't take the change. Yes, I did it as Administrator and did a restart; no-go. Suggestions?

  3. Neat summary. I'd add disabling Windows updates to the list. There are tutorials here on YouTube on how to do that. Also, msconfig is quite interesting as well, many things can be disabled there.

  4. WARNING!!! Unfortunately, I am one of the few who is experiencing some significant issues after changing these settings as the video here instructed. It's turned out to be a disaster and I wish I had not done it. I followed the instructions about clearing cache on another one of his videos the other day and that made a noticeable improvement, though not a massive one. However, the settings and changes on this video really messed things up on my laptop and so far nothing is working to fix the issue.

    Quickly first for the record, I've built and fixed computers for many years. I've been dealing with PC and laptop issues for more than 23 years and there is not much I can't rectify or fix. The last time was 5 years ago that I ran into an issue I could not fix. I never really educated myself on some of what doesn't need to be active or running on windows 10, and much of the instructions here make sense. However, even though I followed the instructions to the very tiniest detail, after completing these changes it took quite some time for my laptop to restart (about 15 minutes), Windows was making some updates which I assume is normal. And the results were not good at all and I wish I had not gone and made these changes as this video directs viewers to do. Now my games are running very laggy and choppy and this never happened before. They should run the same or even smoother. And considering making these changes should be freeing up memory and getting rid of anything that can contribute to the system lag you would expect things to improve if anything, not get worse. Before disabling most of these processes, in idle, My CPU was about the same as before I disabled these processes. Roughly at between 2-14% with just the desktop up and ram holding between 34-38% under the same conditions. A game booster always cut these numbers down even further and yet after the fact even that has no effect- It's lag city anyway. I get the impression that maybe this individual does not game? Some of what he said led me to arrive at that conclusion. Could something along the way in these settings cause issues and create a situation where games struggle when they never did before? Apparently, that seems to be the case. But the question is why? In-game both RAM And CPU are struggling when they never did before. Why would disabling a lot of this cause a problem like this? It shouldn't but apparently it can cause issues. .

    So then I painstakingly went through the video again and re-enabled anything I turned off. Then I restarted my laptop. Upon restart windows rejected the changes I made and said that they could not be applied. In other words the changes that are suggested in this video were to remain which started my issues. Of course in the process of turning certain services or processes off you are also deleting stored information. The video does direct you to clear history or stored infromation more than once "if you so choose to disable thus and so" . And if this has anything to do with the issue I'm having there's nothing much I can do except try system restore. Which I did. To no avail. More about that shortly. After a restart when I re-enabled everything I could, sadly the same issues still existed. I am still experiencing extreme lag in my games.

    Also please note the fact that I had been gaming earlier, less than an hour before I began to make these changes suggested in this video with zero issues. Everything was nice and smooth. I just decided to take a break and see what else I could do to improve performance. I didn't have issues at all before I messed with all of this. I just wanted to see how much performance really could be improved. So after years and nothing ever lagging, nothing likely ever happened in that hour span that did anything to make my games laggy except something I did that was part of what you are directed to do in this video. That much I am certain of. So what could have happened? "Temperamental PC issues"? The only explanation I have is that some computers can be rather temperamental. Making too many changes and things just go out of wack. This is my guess.

    I wondered if it has anything to do with the recent Windows 10 update. Which by the way my laptop has rejected every single time I tried to install it. My laptop is unable to install the latest Windows 10 update. Not likely though, the video was made before the required update, so no, that can't be why. I ran any number of apps that are designed to fix issues and they were unable to fix this problem. Apps I have used many years such as Advanced System Care, Ccleaner, AML Reg Cleaner, Wise Registry Cleaner, even RKILL and JRT which are used usually as you get closer to last resort territory. None of this had any effect on the issue of in-game lag. So as I mentioned I reverted back all the changes made as this video instructs. and I mentioned windows gave me a notice that none of these attempts to change things back were accepted and the system changes were not reverted to what there was originally. So- I then tried to use system restore. The first attempt failed even before I could get to restart. The second attempt worked and system restore was able to revert things back the way they were. However this still did not rectify this problem. And now I am going to look into re-installing drivers of every shape and size. One could have gone corrupted with all of this going on, or it was dependent on another process that was disabled. Which is possible. Stranger things have happened.

    Lesson #1: Even if you are good at the language of computers and follow these instructions exactly it can still fuck things up. My experience is absolute proof of this. So approach with caution. In the end I am running out of options and I don't get at all what is going on with all of this. It's a mystery. Games that ran totally smooth for years on my laptop are now nearly completely unplayable. If anyone has any ideas or suggestions I am all ears. Even the way my text is typing at this very moment seems like it is not smooth and rather choppy. I just noticed this. What is going on with this?. Any help with this would be appreciated and anyone else is having issues like mine please reply so I can gather intel on this …Thanks

  5. Hard to say how useful this was. It was perfect, thank you.

    Microsoft should just offer a 'minimum communication' option. I hate the way their default is to scavenge all your data.

  6. Thank you, Brian! I’ve just discovered your channel and your videos are top quality! I’ve been a long time Windows user as many other people and Windows 10 doesn’t quite appeal to me as much as 7 did but with these changes it is a lot more enjoyable now! Thank you!

  7. Hi Brian, I've made all the changes you recommend in this video. Thank you for that. I seem to have a slight issue now. When I restart my PC, and during the reboot, my PC seems to get stuck at the log-in screen. when I click on the page to enter my password or pin code, I can't enter my password. The only way to continue is that I must hit Ctrl Alt Delete. Then I can enter my pin code or password. I don't know where this happened during the change process. It's as though I have to follow the video again and back out every change I've made. Any ideas? I can live with having to hit Ctrl Alt Delete to get past this, but it would be nice not to have to do this every time I restart. I appreciate any thoughts on how to fix this issue. Thank you in advance. ~ Steve


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