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Windows 7: Reinstall Win7 what updates to avoid for telemetry & winX preparation?

1 Week Ago   #111
SIW2

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Vista x64 / 7 X64
 
 

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Because after SIMPLIX update, I do find some hotfixes listed in dg1261 script and also some listed in Megahertz07 script.

Any updates installed by Simplix will have had the telemetry elements removed.You have got the good parts of those - and the bits you don't want have been removed.




The following updates are undesirable and are excluded:

KB971033 -x86-x64 (Update for Windows Activation Verification Technologies)
KB2952664 -x86-x64 (System Compatibility Update for Upgrading to Windows 10)
KB2977759 -x86-x64 (Diagnosing Compatibility Issues for Upgrading to Windows 10)
KB3021917 -x86-x64 (System Diagnostics and Telemetry to upgrade to Windows 10)
KB3035583 -x86-x64 (Update installs the Get Windows 10 application)
KB3068708 -x86-x64 (Update for Telemetry Quality Improvement and Diagnostics)
KB3075249 -x86-x64 (Update adds telemetry points to consent.exe file)
KB3080149 -x86-x64 (Update for CEIP and Telemetry Diagnostics)
KB3081954 -x86-x64 (Update to improve working folders and telemetry)
KB3123862 -x86-x64 (Updated Features for Upgrading to Windows 10)
KB3139923 -x86-x64 (Update adds telemetry points to consent.exe file)
KB3150513 -x86-x64 (Updated configurations for compatibility diagnostics)
KB3161608 -x86-x64 (Update adds telemetry points to consent.exe file)
KB3163589 -x86-x64 (Message about running an outdated version of Windows)
KB3172605 -x86-x64 (Update adds telemetry points to consent.exe file)
KB3173040 -x86-x64 ( Update Expiration Notification for Windows 10)
KB4493132 -x86-x64 (Windows 7 End of Service Notification)
KB4524752 -x86-x64 (Windows 7 Pro End of Service Notification)


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1 Week Ago   #112
sunnyimran

windows 7 ultimate
 
 

Thanks SIW2 for providing the list. Some hostfixes listed in your previous post are present in my Simplix updated Windows. I will remove them.

Later I will post what I removed.

Thanks
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7 Hours Ago   #113
townsbg

Windows 7 pro 64-bit sp 1
 
 

Is there something like Simplix for Windows 8.1?
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