• Custom Package: Disable Windows 10 Spying

    This is my custom package for completely removing all spyware that Microsoft built into Windows 10. It consists of 7 programs with very detailed instructions on how to use each one. It also includes some PowerShell scripts for automatic removal.

    You’ll need Windows 10 Enterprise in order to properly disable all of the Windows 10 spying, because that’s the only version with sufficient system access.

  • Windows 10 Enterprise 1903 64bit 2019

    Windows 10 Enterprise 2019 is the latest and greatest Windows 10. The Enterprise edition gives you full access to the internals of Windows; unlike any other version. With this version of Windows, you can disable all of the spyware that Microsoft built into it.

    This comes with an ISO or IMG file that is ready to be placed onto a USB. It is meant to be a USB installer. You can place the USB into your computer and install Windows 10. All of the instructions are included.

  • Windows 7 Ultimate SP1 64bit April 2016

    Windows 7 Ultimate is personally my favorite OS. It runs great and has the least amount of custom work that I have to do after install (unlike Windows 10 where I have to spend time removing all the Microsoft spyware).

    Unfortunately Windows 7 is becoming the new Windows XP, and what I mean by that is that it will no longer be receiving updates starting January 14, 2020.

    If you know what you’re doing, you can probably keep your Windows 7 relatively safe for a couple years.

    This comes with an ISO or IMG file that is ready to be placed onto a USB. It is meant to be a USB installer. You can place the USB into your computer and install Windows 7. All of the instructions are included.

  • Windows XP Professional 64bit

    This is Windows XP Corporate Edition. It’s basically Pro edition but with a lifetime license.

    It’s got the latest Windows XP updates and it runs great. Be sure to secure the crap out of it though if you’re going to use it as your main system, since Microsoft is no longer releasing security updates for Windows XP.

    This comes with an ISO file that is ready to be placed onto a USB. It is meant to be a USB installer. You can place the USB into your computer and install Windows XP. All of the instructions are included.

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