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  1. I IN NO WAY TAKE ANY CREDIT FOR THIS IT WAS TAKEN FROM MDL FORUM AND SOME POSTS MY MEMBERS ON THIS FORUM! Manual: Tools: Microsoft Telemetry Tools Bundle v1.31 Windows 10 Lite v9 Private WinTen v0.1h Blackbird v6 v1.0.79.3 [Works with Win 7/8/8/1/10] O&O ShutUp10 v1.6.1403 WPD - Windows Privacy Dashboard v1.3.1323 WindowsSpyBlocker v4.25.0 Spybot Anti-Beacon v3.1 [Works with Win 7/8/8/1/10] W10Privacy v3.3.1.0 Destroy Windows Spying v1.0.1.0 [Works with Win 7/8/8/1/10] [NOT RECOMMENDED AS NOT UPDATED ANYMORE] Disable Windows 10 Tracking v3.2.1
  2. You hate it as much as I do: that little box that appears whenever you visit a news site or blog, asking for permission to bug you with notification boxes for stuff you don’t care about. Instead of throwing up your hands in defeat and learning to live with the annoyance, you can stop sites from bothering you altogether. Here’s how. Chrome Hit the Menu icon in Chrome (the three vertical dots) and select Settings. Scroll down to the bottom of your Settings page and open the Advanced section, where you can further modify how Chrome behaves. Scroll down and select the Content Settings tab in the Privacy and Security section. Select Notifications to see which sites are allowed or barred from intruding into your life. Disabling the feature altogether will stop sites from poking their nose into your browser, asking to show you notifications about whatever it is they want. Unfortunately, that means notifications you do want will be a no-show unless you decide to individually toggle the notification settings for each site you find yourself visiting. To turn the feature off entirely, toggle the “Ask before sending” setting to “off,” and rejoice. Firefox If you’ve already given sites permission to send you notifications, you can revoke that permission in your security settings. Hit the menu icon and select Options, then select Privacy & Security. Scroll down to the Permissions section and select Notifications Settings icon. There you can revoke notification permissions from sites either individually or all at once. Disabling notifications entirely requires a small modification to Firefox’s configuration page. In your address bar, enter “about:config” and search for “dom.webnotifications.enabled”. Right-click the entry and select Toggle to set its value to “false” and prevent notifications from showing up ever again. Safari Disabling notifications in Safari is pretty easy. Select Safari in your Mac’s menu bar, then select Preferences. Hit the Notifications tab and deselect the “Allow websites to ask for permission to send push notifications” box. Microsoft Edge You can’t disable notifications from the browser itself, but you can remove sites that already have access to your notification service in Microsoft Edge. Hit the menu icon in the top right and select Settings. Scroll down to Advanced Settings, then select Website permissions. There you can toggle on or off permissions for sites, including notifications. Disabling notifications entirely in Microsoft Edge means you’ll need to edit your system settings, specifically what permissions Microsoft Edge has in terms of popping up unannounced. Hit the Start menu and select the Settings icon. Select System, then “Notifications & actions” where you can edit which apps will show up in your action center. Just scroll down to Microsoft Edge and toggle it off. source
  3. The Windows Defender Security Center icon sits on the right side of your Windows 10 v1703 taskbar, ready to warn you if your PC requires your attention. When all is good, it will display the green check mark on the white shield icon. If something requires your attention, it will display a red cross sign.creators update Windows Defender Security Center act as a dashboard for all of your security features, including third-party security to give a clearer view of any risks your PC may face. It’s been specially designed to simplify and unify all the various security settings of Windows in the same place Disable Windows Defender Security Center taskbar icon If you do not like looking at the icon for some reason, you could simply drag and drop it in the Hidden icons bin. But if you want to disable the icon from starting up and displaying in the taskbar, you will have to disable it from the startups. To do so, right-click on the taskbar and click on Task Manager. Now click on the Startup tab. Look for the Windows Defender notification entry. Right-click on it and select Disable. Restart your computer and you will not see the icon. You can also use any third-party Startup Manager software to disable this icon or manage your startup programs. By [email protected] http://www.thewindowsclub.com/disable-windows-defender-security-center-icon
  4. Windows 10 already shows users ads on the lock screen and the Start Menu, but now Microsoft appears to be promoting its services via Windows' File Explorer. Want more about Windows? Various Windows 10 users are reporting seeing adverts for Microsoft's cloud storage service OneDrive while browsing files on their machine. The ad offers 1TB of OneDrive storage for $6.99 per month, and is technically a 'sync notification', designed to let people know they can get more than the 5GB of free storage that comes with a Microsoft account. Ads for apps and services are already shown throughout Windows 10, and can be found on the Start Menu and lock screen. The introduction of promotions to File Explorer has been heavily criticized by some Microsoft watchers, and marks a widening of advertising to new areas of Windows 10. Most of the ads in the Windows 10 are pitched as suggestions for apps and services that might appeal to the user, and some users don't appear to notice them. But to some they are intrusive, and if they are offensive to you there are steps you can take to remove them. Follow the video guide to ensure you won't see these ads again. Video Source
  5. hey.. there's been a huge stink over the App Store leaking sensitive data even if you have it disabled.. so i have been snooping around trying to figure out how to completely disable it.. First.. you have to familiarize yourself w/taking ownership of files: Right click > "Properties"click "Advanced"click "Change" (Owner)click "Advanced"click "Find Now"highlight "Administrators" without black ? down arrow ?click "OK"click "OK" againclick "OK" againyou should be back at the "Security" tabhighlight Administrators > click "Edit"highlight Administrators > check all boxes under "Allow"press "OK"an alert will appear > click "Yes"click "OK" to closenow you can delete or rename ...Second.. you have to either rename following files w/.bak suffix or completely delete. System32: AppxAllUserStore.dllAppxApplicabilityEngine.dllAppXDeploymentClient.dllAppXDeploymentExtensions.dllAppXDeploymentServer.dllAppxPackaging.dllAppxSip.dllAppxStreamingDataSourcePS.dllAppxSysprep.dllWSReset.exeWSService.dllWSShared.dllWSSync.dllWSTPagerSysWOW64: AppxAllUserStore.dllAppxApplicabilityEngine.dllAppXDeploymentClient.dllAppxPackaging.dllAppxSip.dllWSShared.dllWSSync.dllLastly.. launch Autoruns and you'll notice services, task schedules, and startup entries relating to the App Store are now missing. Go ahead and disable in Autoruns. Obviously.. only proceed if you don't use the App Store. I've had this applied since last week.. i have yet to encounter any issues.. if any issues are experienced.. let me know.. im also curious ... FYI: this can also be applied to other services that Windows 8 forbid disabling.. simply take ownership.. and delete/rename the associated DLL or EXE. Update: January 5, 2014 - Found a way to disable TimeBroker service, a known memory hog, and only needed for Metro apps. - Take ownership and either rename by adding .bak suffix or completely delete following files. System32: TimeBrokerClient.dllTimeBrokerServer.dllSysWOW64: TimeBrokerClient.dllThen launch Autoruns and you'll notice TimeBroker service can be disabled.
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