- Right Click Windows Button ->Select Powershell Prompt (Admin) OR Select Command Prompt (Admin)
- Note: If you don’t have PowerShell and only command prompt open command prompt (admin) and type “powershell“
- Change Execution policy to allow a debloat script to run in Powershell
- Run the script from the following Github Repository. The person running this GitHub has been updating this script for a while and is a godsend. (Source: https://github.com/Sycnex/Windows10Debloater)
Use Windows10Debloater.ps1from the location above
- During installation select yes to debloat windows 10, select yes to remove OneDrive, and Yes to reboot after it finishes. Below is the image of performing these tasks.
Debloat Windows 10
Trying to Debloat Windows 10 is getting ridiculous and as a system admin it is soul crushing to see all that performance go to waste on the botched attempt by Microsoft to do an Appstore and its apps (I’m looking at you Candy Crush). Luckily some admins have worked tirelessly to give us a solution that works considerably well. Lets Start!