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Performance increasing registry tweaks + Debloat

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Downloads: 9274
Released: Aug 2, 2015
Updated: Aug 15, 2015 by Dragoon_
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Release Notes

These latest tweaks I have written are designed to speed up Windows 10, by speeding up animations, disk access to the windows folder itself and generally making little additions to the registry and removing useless delays that Microsoft added in the current windows 10 build. I have also included a neat little .reg file that adds 'copy to' and 'move to' to the context menu, allowing for speedier moving of files.

I have received requests from some users that clicking all the registry edits is a pain. So in this release I have included one .reg file that will do all of the tweaks in one activation.

Once again, all of these tweaks are written by me so please contact me on Reddit /u/DragoonX500 if you experience any problems
  1. ps. remember to restart after doing any of these tweaks, otherwise they will not take effect.

Reviews for this release

     
Excellent, all working.
by kappa123blyat on Mar 14 at 8:06 PM