Windows 10 Customization

Here are a few customization that can be done on a Windows 10 image.

  1. Enable PowerShell Remoting
  2. Configure Remote Desktop
  3. Enable App-V
  4. Make IE the Default Browser
  5. Disable Quick Access: Recent Files
  6. Disable Quick Access: Frequent Folders
  7. Change Explorer Home Screen back to This PC
  8. Set Lock Screen
  9. Set Wallpaper
  10. Remove Built-in Apps
  11. Remove Edge Welcome Screen and Disable Prompt for Default Browser.
  12. Add “Run as Different User” in Context Menu
  13. Turn Off “Microsoft Consumer Experience”
  14. Disable “File Explorer Suggestion”

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1. Enable PowerShell Remoting

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2. Configure Remote Desktop

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3. Enable App-V

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4. Make IE the Default Browser

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Following the content of IEDefaultBrowser.xml:

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5. Disable Quick Access: Recent Files

Using PSADT:

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6. Disable Quick Access: Frequent Folders

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7. Change Explorer Home Screen back to This PC

Using PSADT:

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8. Set Lock Screen

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9. Set Wallpaper

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10. Remove Built-in Apps

The following script allows to uninstall all Built-in Apps except a list of essential Apps

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The following script allows to uninstall some Windows Apps:

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11. Configure Edge

Remove Edge Welcome Screen and Disable Prompt for Default Browser.

Using PSADT:

 

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Using Registry:

 

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12. Add “Run as Different User” in Context Menu

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13. Turn Off “Microsoft Consumer Experience”

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14. Disable “File Explorer Suggestion”

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