Debloat-Windows-10 - A collection of Scripts which disable / remove Windows 10 Features and Apps

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Note about Creators Update: These scripts have not been tested with the Creators Update. Anything may happen, be prepared. I'll look into relevant changes and recent issues when the update is released / pushed on to everyone. This project collects Powershell scripts which help to debloat Windows 10, tweak common settings and install basic software components.

https://github.com/W4RH4WK/Debloat-Windows-10

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