Getting started with PowerShell in Windows 7 SP1 Since we need PowerShell to do this quick little upgrade, and PowerShell comes baked into any version of Windows since Windows 7 SP1, make sure you’ve upgraded the operating system at least
How to analyze the log file that the SFC.exe program generates 1. Run cmd prompt as an Administrator. 2. Type the following command, and then press ENTER:findstr /c:”[SR]” %windir%\Logs\CBS\CBS.log >”%userprofile%\Desktop\sfcdetails.txt” Note: The Sfcdetails.txt file contains details from every time that the System File Checker
Upgrade your Windows 10 version to the latest version by using the following command.
Save list.txt to your working directoryAdd the following script to a batch file in the same directory
Save the following in a batch file:Run it as an admin from the command prompt.
Rename this file with a PS1 Extension and run it in power shell.
Open PowerShell in Admin mode: Check to see the entire bloatware spectrum by using this command: DISM /Online /Get-ProvisionedAppxPackages | select-string Packagename You should now see a complete list of installed apps. We can now use the package names in the list to begin removing