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Windows 7: A script to automatically hide unwanted Windows Updates

11 Jun 2017   #1

A script to automatically hide unwanted Windows Updates

Lately, Micros0ft starts bullying their users with a lot of telemetry and other updates that most of us don't want around...

Check this script that can help hiding updates based on a text file list, to make things faster, especially on a clean installation:

GitHub - dereius/WindowsUpdateHider: A script to automatically hide a set of Windows Updates, in order to prevent being installed.


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