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Speed up windows 10 the ULTIMATE guide


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http://blog.zorinaq.com/i-contribute-to-the-windows-kernel-we-are-slower-than-other-oper/

Please note this is not the finished product. I intend on doing a final upload when ive checked it for quality. In the meantime this shall suffice, just be aware you should probably fresh install build 10240 and tolerate disable windows update altogether. Its the only reliable way I could get rid of "system and compressed memory". All of that will be ironed out when I get around to completing it, with walkthroughs for total techtards and a table of contents so more advanced users can skip over the fluff. I speculate not using this service of concern will bump up the 3DMark11 score a good 100 points. Certainly worth purging the latest 1511 trash with its buggy lackluster design microsoft seems to have no interest in actually fixing. 

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Quality wasnt too much a concern, it was the substance I was after. I already spent weeks putting this together, and believe me, there are parts i will consider remastering like the task scheduler part. As long as people can get what matters out of it im not too worried. I video edited the crap out of it to the limitations of free video editing, which is the main reason that one section mentioned could be a lot better. The fact is you cant see what you are doing, and I have to literally run the video twice in different windows and sync them, its a huge pain in the a**. If it gets enough traffic ill consider revamping it and making it better. Id also like the more advanced users to add to it for that 2.0 version release where I clean up the task scheduler part, add cleaner and more numerous benchmarks specifically for CPU, add a walkthrough on how to clone back up using third party since my tweaks arent compatible with stock windows image back up.

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On 7/7/2016 at 1:17 AM, aviv00 said:

use OBS for recording video, better quality

I didnt realize so much of it was so blurry you cant even read it. I uploaded it at 720 which should have been enough but the free software im using the compression and other factors makes it horrid. Ill leave it up because its still useful, but almost barely; until I can revamp the guide and actually quality check everything before I put it in the public domain. I will go ahead and make task scheduler part not so ridiculously awkward, organize the defrag stuff to the back where it really should be, add a complete back up guide since standard image capabilities are disabled along with a thorough explanation of silent data corruption, and redo benchmarks properly. Considering redoing it completely since I have the base to go off of. Making it super presentable with intro graphics, and if it pleases the eye use the format you suggest if im going through all the extra trouble. Running a batch file to knock out the task scheduler stuff was never really adequately explained so ill just have to do it manually at a much higher quality in presentation since the idea of releasing it in its alpha state of completion was to entice users to suggest substance I may have missed. Looks like ill have to do it all myself as no forum has really anything additional to add other than that list of task scheduler potentials I got from noel. When its done I will literally have the best guide findable on the internet. The only thing left in my way will be that d*** ram compression. 

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i dont use compressing / encode, sometime i upload 600mb for 10mins

cos yt compressing make it optimal alone, and rencode reduce video quality

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Im still working on the finalized guide, and I also found out how to get rid of system and compressed memory. You simply install an older build and stop waiting on microsoft to do their job. I have been to help desk 3 times in a row, and I decided to mock their incompetence in that I had to figure out the solution myself after pop ups sarcastically for surveys of customer satisfaction impede my forward progress to their wastes of time and hourly wages. Now im stuck at how to get updates WITHOUT the new trash builds. Im using 10240. I found a page with registry tweaks, but a list of windows 10 builds thats complete and straitforward Ive yet to find. I might be forced to just turn the f*****g thing off since their advice, and this time I video recorded it was worse than useless.

Just to add. They gave me multiple times advice that wasnt useful. It gives the impression they dont really know anything about the product they are suppose to be tech support for. He literally blamed peoples hardware before I set him strait with the fact I let microsoft remotely control my machine and I proved to them it was a bug in their update to 1511 build. I fail to see why these people are being paid. They clearly cant do their job. Since im basically forced to disable windows update, I have concern for vulnerabilities. Perhaps a third party firewall, or network security suite from kapersky is in order?

I just realized the menushowdelay tweak and one other with similar function was cut off. Like anything of magnitude with one person behind it, it will take time. View the video in its current state (before I finish it and edit a reupload) as a teaser. I submitted it a tad early because I was hoping for some input of substance, on some things I perhaps may have missed. I appreciate its a lot of material to cover, and the probability of getting feedback is almost nonexistent, but I might as well. Working at it somewhat slower than initially now the bulk of it is complete. I suspect a week or two maximum until release.

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dont worry about vulnerabilities, i didnt use windows update for more than 3 years and i never got any virus. i dont use any firewall except toplang internet lock just to block application access to internet.

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The current struggle is finding the service dependencies responsible for the function of the windows based image back up. Instead of asking users to go third party, id rather preserve the service as it saves an additional step in an already rather large input of work for potential followers. It is a lot of work, and I welcome anyone who looks over my service disabling list (@ 1 hour and 14 mins) to clue me in, if they can do so before I ultimately figure it out myself. 

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I have an announcement. I just finished backing up my work after downloading all my applications on my notebook. The stock CPU max score in 3Dmark11 was 24.5fps, using the build to the fullest extent I could get out of it (1511) 25fps... with the build lacking ram compression...... 25.8fps. Thats pretty significant actually. Things like IP helper are now linked to connectivity on build 10240, whereas before I could disable it. Made a clone backup with freeware, something reflect. God this is a lot of work, but ill eventually get it done. Playing with it right now. Looks like the latest nvidia drivers are buggy little b******s. I just calculated the difference, and its not including what overhead can be relieved using your soundcard properly (alchemy). 185mhz freed up from stock build 1511. Thats literally 2 multipliers higher in terms of overclocking performance gains, without touching any of the hardware in gaming applications. Wow. Im really impressed with myself. Now for the long revamp.

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On Τετάρτη, 13 Ιουλίου 2016 at 9:45 PM, Lucifer1945 said:

Made a clone backup with freeware, something reflect.

I suppose you mean Macrium Reflect Free (in which I trust;)).

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2 hours ago, HarryTri said:

I suppose you mean Macrium Reflect Free (in which I trust;)).

I made a mistake because I'm not familiar with having to use commands for system partitions and I lost my clone OS along with all my files TRYING TO BACK EVERYTHING UP. The image feature on this program doesn't work, only the clone feature, and that's a hassle and leaves room to mess up and put you back weeks of effort. Microsoft help desk then proceeded to forward me to the wrong windows iso TWICE. So much wasted time. If I could id get them fired for being so f****** useless.

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Strange, I don't know if we really talk about the same program but Macrium Reflect's imaging and restoring feature have worked for me flawlessly until now.

21 hours ago, Lucifer1945 said:

I made a mistake because I'm not familiar with having to use commands for system partitions

Commands? Why don't you use the GUI?:unsure:

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Figured out the built in windows image back up. I was clicking the wrong option because I never used it, im now educated on corruption. Working on partial ramdisk for strategic files rather than the entire app, which many people dont have the ram for that. 

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