Tried following this guide https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NhitETZb8s0
and I got this error message
And google/duckduckgo are worthless for answering any questions on this.
I am logged in as administrator, I have only one account on this PC and it's administrator, nobody uses this PC but me, I have tried running PowerShell and PowerShell ICE as administrator, and even though I've followed the steps correctly, I get this error message that says access is denied.
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Thank you, that worked. My pc seems faster now.
>Imagine using goysoft in current year
Jesus fucking christ, I expected a minor increase in power but this computer's running like I just swapped out half its parts for overpriced top of the line supercomputer shit. What the fuck was all that jewish bloatware and spookware doing in my PC before I removed it, mining crypto and torrenting 4k anime porn archives?
>>2253>And google/duckduckgo are worthless
Uh, not to tell you you need to switch or anything, but DuckDuckGo had something that boiled down to "White men need not apply" or something on one of their hiring documents. I don't recall details, but I've been considering them compromised since then.
I swapped to a search engine called Qwant. I haven't noticed any problems with it, but I don't use search engines for much more than researching through various problems or finding the phone numbers of certain businesses. It does what I need it to do just fine. When it doesn't work, and I really want to scour, then I'll pop over to other search engines, and they usually can't find the thing I'm looking for (with my limited ability to understand how to properly use search engines, at least).>>2264
Wow, it sounds like the experience I had when I purged one of my old family computers of junk files and programs. I'll have to try that.
Did you do it to a fresh install, or an older install? I have several programs that do things like change my wallpapers, make my windows have tabs like for multiple tabs in a single PowerShell window, and a few other customizations. I don't know if these or the things the bloatware remover removes, but it'd prefer to be able to know, or to easily revert to before I installed that. A system restore point should work, right?
>>2421>I'll pop over to other search engines, and they usually can't find the thing I'm looking for (with my limited ability to understand how to properly use search engines, at least).
Check this shit out anon.
This is the reason why Yandex is my main search engine now.