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Posted 16 December 2021 - 02:57 PM
all LocalLow subfolders (there are 3 of them in a system) can safely be gotten rid of, or zero-byted, as alacrán prefers. Well, I'll be, we r better off zero-byting or junctioning it to ram, as cryptnetcache gets recreated over time.
Moreover, the deletion of all inet* folders from anywhere in the vhd has caused no issues SO FAR, probably because I do not use internet explorer for a browser.
Posted 20 December 2021 - 08:37 AM
my remove ms.net in win reduce trusted here
Posted 20 December 2021 - 07:06 PM
Great discovery, at least I think so:
the \Windows\System32\DriverStore\FileRepository\nv_dispsi.inf_amd64_db8d3f1ff9f89487 folder is plethoric (1.12gb), so I tried deleting all files inside it while the vhd was online, and the following files would keep staying in:
I tried rebooting and the system did ok, but if u wanna play, I have just found out that it is another kettle of fish, or another fish of the same kettle, as u like it ---> u need the following file as well for gaming:
that is it! U'r dun! only 200 something megs. now go tell me that the spacegain is slight.
I believe the same should apply to AMD but I nave no way to verify it. would anybody?
Posted 22 December 2021 - 07:47 PM
for those who have an I9 cpu, they could disable the following services as well:
Posted 3 weeks ago
btw, in the meantime, I have also tried deleting registry entries concerning what is no longer there in the vhd, and here is what I have found so far:
from an online registry, all
internet explorer, internetexplorer,
cloudstore, cloud store,
can safely be deleted;
the system will not complete bootup.
that is about it. all this has yielded a 12% (well, even 15% in the end) shrinking of the registry.
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