Remove Windows 10, 8 and 8.1 Built-In Apps Using PowerShell Crack + Serial Number Download 2024

The ISO installation files for Windows 10, 8, and 8.1 come with a predefined configuration and a set of built-in apps that are deployed together with the operating system. However, it's highly probable that you don't need all the Windows Store applications embedded into the disk image. Removing all or some of them is possible using a simple script included in the Remove Windows 10, 8 and 8.1 Built-In Apps Using PowerShell package.

The script is designed to help power users get rid of all or selected apps that come preinstalled with Windows and create a customized copy of the WIM image (included in the ISO setup file) that can be deployed on any machine afterward using a dedicated solution.

Download Remove Windows 10, 8 and 8.1 Built-In Apps Using PowerShell Crack

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Before starting, keep in mind that this script cannot be used with an ISO file. Instead, you must take the time to extract the ISO image with a dedicated solution (e.g. WinRAR) to a location on your PC and navigate to the "sources" folder, where the install.wim file should be located. This is the WIM image that should be used with the Powershell script.

The WIM image is mounted automatically when launching the script. The latter can be started using just the path of the WIM image as a parameter (". emoveapps.ps1 -pathtowim ...install.wim"), which instructs it to automatically delete all the built-in apps in the image file. If you want more control, you can use "-selectapps $true", which configures the script to prompt you for confirmation before deleting a Store app. No matter your choice, the Windows image is dismounted at the end, and the temporary files are removed. The new customized WIM image is then ready for use.

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ChangeLog

  • Tested with Windows 10 1803 (April Update)
  • Added white list for apps that should stay in the image. (StorePurchaseApp, Calculator, WindowsStore)
  • Bug fixing

Comments

Alexandre, 20 January 2019

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