Windows by default is quite bulky, sum this with a average hardware and now you have a useless blob of metal. You can make the performance better by tweaking several things as explained below.
Chris Tituss’ tool is an essential tool to make significant changes to your Windows system. You can run the tool by:
- Run Powershell as admin & run:
Few tweaks I recommend to make your system run smoother:
From the “tweeks” tab:
- Disable Telemetry
- Delete Temporary Files
- Remove Microsoft Edge
and then “run tweaks”
Go to “Updates” and select “Security (Recommended) Settings
Basic steps include:
- Uninstalling unsed applications
- Deleting unwanted files
- Emptying recycling bin
- Deleting unwanted user accounts
AdvancedDO THIS ON YOUR OWN RISK AS IT MAY LEAD TO UNEXPECTED OUTCOMES
However I have done this on many systems without any problems for years.
Disable Automatic Updates All together
You Can use something like Windows Update Blocker to completely disable updates unless you manual do so.
To manual install updates: /guides/windows-update-with-powershell/
that’s it <3