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How To Clean Boot Windows 10

How To Clean Boot Windows 10

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What is a clean boot of Windows 10?
A clean boot starts Windows 10 with a minimal set of drivers and startup programs. The clean boot feature will help you to check if a third-party service or program running in the background is causing issues on your PC.

If you are wondering, yes, it’s like the safe mode in the Windows operating system. But...

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Is it easy/possible to disguise a 3rd party app as an offical microsoft app to remain hidden?
 
Is it easy/possible to disguise a 3rd party app as an offical microsoft app to remain hidden?
I am not sure what you mean by hidden, hidden from what? The only thing that Microsoft to be able to see things is through Windows Defender or Windows security as it may be. Personally I'm finding Microsoft antivirus being more and more intrusive into the operating system. I'm starting to think I should just remove it entirely. But maybe that's just me being paranoid or the fact that I'm on an Android system right now. Does anybody else care to add to this one?
 
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I am not sure what you mean by hidden, hidden from what? The only thing that Microsoft to be able to see things is through Windows Defender or Windows security as it may be. Personally I'm finding Microsoft antivirus being more and more intrusive into the operating system. I'm starting to think I should just remove it entirely. But maybe that's just me being paranoid or the fact that I'm on an Android system right now. Does anybody else care to add to this one?
In this guide it tells you to checkbox "Hide all microsoft services" So i was curious if a malicious program could act as a Microsoft service thus evading detection by this method.

Also i would recommend ameliorated version of windows 10
https://ameliorated.info/documentation.html

Also there is this program
 
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