Ayumilove Windows 10 Setup Starter Guide

Install 3rd Party Software

Drivers

Basic Tools

Programming Tools

Video Editing Tools

Windows 10 Settings

System Settings: Start → Control Panel → System and Security → System

Advanced System Settings

  1. Performance: Settings
  2. Click “Visual Effects” Tab
  3. Tick “Adjust for best performance”

Remote Access

  1. Untick “Allow Remote Assistance connections to this computer”
  2. Untick “Don’t allow remote connections to this computer”

Security and Maintenance

Visit: Start → Control Panel → System and Security → Security and Maintenance

User Account Control (UAC)

How to disable Windows Notification on all changes happening in PC (e.g. file installation)

  1. Click “Change Settings”
  2. Slide scroller to “Never Notify”.
  3. Click “OK” to save.

Windows Media Player 12 Setup

If you have placed your WPL (Windows Media Player List) in a different folder (not in C:\ drive), you can tweak Windows Media Player to find your existing playlist in your new Windows 10 Operating System!

  1. Click Start
  2. Type “WMPlayer” (to run Windows Media Player)
  3. File → Manage Libraries → Music → Add → Select the folder that contains “.wpl” files
  4. Click OK
  5. Restart Windows Media Player (Exit and Start again)

Windows 10 Issues

Issue 1: Some settings are managed by your organization

Steps to fix ‘Some settings are managed by your organization’ message in Windows 10

  1. Launch Start Menu by hitting the Windows Key. Type in gpedit.msc and right-click the app from the search results. Choose Run as Administrator from the context menu.
  2. In the Group Policy Editor (gpedit.msc), go to Computer Configuration/Administrative Templates/Windows Components/Data Collection and Preview Builds.
  3. Find the Allow Telemetry item and double-click it to edit the policies.
  4. Change the setting to Enabled. Change the drop-down menu entry to 3-Full and click Apply.
  5. Now open the item again and change its Setting to Not configured and hit the Save button.
  6. That’s it. The message should no longer stop you from accessing various system settings in Windows 10.

Issue 2: How to remove the “Life at a glance” and “Play and explore” columns in Start Menu

  1. Right click on each tile in the group
  2. Select Unpin from ‘Start Menu’
  3. They can always be added back in from the list (Right click, pin to Start)

Issues 3: How to setup user account to run application as administrator

Add User To Administrators Group And Remove From Users Group:

  1. Log In As Administrator
  2. Go To Run ( WinKey + R )
  3. Type “control userpasswords2”
  4. Select Your Account And Click On “Properties”
  5. Select “Group Membership” Tab
  6. Select “Administrators”
  7. Click OK And OK

Disable Approval Mode

  1. Log In As Administrator
  2. Go To Run ( WinKey + R )
  3. Type “secpol.msc”
  4. Go To Local Polices > Security Options
  5. Find “User Account Control: Switch to the secure desktop when prompting for elevation”
  6. Open It Click Disable It And Click Ok.
  7. Restart Computer( Very Important Log Off Doesn’t Work )

Speeding Up Windows 10

Task Scheduler Setup

Note-1: Disable tasks that are used to collect telemetry information for Microsoft Customer Experience Improvement Program.

Task Scheduler Library -> Microsoft -> Windows -> Application Experience
1. Disable ‘Microsoft Compatibility Appraiser’ (Note 1)
2. Disable ‘ProgramDataUpdater’ (Note 1)
3. Disable ‘StartupAppTask’

Task Scheduler Library -> Microsoft -> Windows -> Autochk
1. Disable ‘Proxy’ (Note 1)

Task Scheduler Library -> Microsoft -> Windows -> Customer Experience Improvement Program
1. Disable ‘Consolidator’ (Note 1)
2. Disable ‘KernelCeipTask’ (Note 1)
3. Disable ‘UsbCeip’ (Note 1)

Task Scheduler Library -> Microsoft -> Windows -> DiskDiagnostic

1. Disable ‘Microsoft-Windows-DiskDiagnosticDataCollector’
2. Disable ‘Microsoft-Windows-DiskDiagnosticResolver’

Task Scheduler Library -> Microsoft -> Windows -> Feedback -> Siuf
Disable ‘DmClient’

Task Scheduler Library -> Microsoft -> Windows -> Location
1. Disable ‘Notifications’
2. Disable ‘WindowsActionDialog’

Task Scheduler Library -> Microsoft -> Windows -> Maps
1. Disable ‘MapToastTask’
2. Disable ‘MapsUpdateTask’

Task Scheduler Library -> Microsoft -> Windows -> Remote Assistance
1. Disable ‘RemoteAssistanceTask’

Turn Windows Features On/Off

1. Disable ‘Windows PowerShell 2.0’
2. Disable ‘Work Folders Client’
3. Disable ‘SMB 1.0/CIFS File Sharing Support’
4. Disable ‘Remote Differential Compression API Support’

Windows 10 Built-in Administrator Unable Run Apps

Lot of Windows apps like Edge, Calculator, Photos and others do not work, I’m getting “Remote Procedure call failed”.

Solution

  1. Hold the Windows key + R and in run dialog box type: secpol.msc
  2. Windows key + R
  3. Go to Local Policies –> Security Options –> Scroll down and find “User Access Control: Admin Approval Mode For built in…..”
  4. Double click on it and select enabled and the press ok
  5. Again press windows key and R and type “regedit”
  6. Go to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\System\UIPI
  7. And on the right hand side double click on default and change the value to 0x00000001(1) and click ok
  8. Restart your computer and all the apps should work.

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