Creating a Custom Windows 10 Image and Capture it using HyperV

This is somewhat an evolution of my previous posts, such as; Windows 10 (1803 1903) UEFI Autounattend.xml network installation. In this one however you will customize several aspects of the Operating System. You will also capture the OS using nothing but hyper V. No external drives necessary. All through out this process it is recommended that... Continue Reading →

Windows 10 (1803 1903) UEFI Autounattend.xml network installation.

The original post is here, use it to setup a PE image to capture the WIM. In windows 10 PE you capture the image using DISM. Dism /Capture-Image /ImageFile:<path_to_image_file> /CaptureDir:<source_directory> /Name:<image_name> Where path_to_image_file is where the image will be saved. source_directory is the drive letter of the drive you will be capturing. image_name is a... Continue Reading →

The age of telemetry and online tracking.

Telemetry has been around for a while, Windows 7 had it, and I believe even Vista might have had it. Having said this Microsoft did not previously sell this information to third parties not did it previously include personal information. When I say personal information I mean your age gender, approximate location, and online habits.... Continue Reading →

Avoid Windows data collection services.

One of the biggest issues and concerns that people have with Windows 10 is the fact that it dials back to HQ(Microsoft) and provides usage statistics. The quickest route to avoid this is to install Linux on your machine, something like Linux Mint is what I would recommend. Alternatively there are many documented ways to... Continue Reading →

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