Direct Windows 11 Debloater Tool version 1.0

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Windows 11 Debloater Tool is a software utility that has an EZ Debloater to debloat easily or select what users want from the many options or choose a preset first from "Debloat Preset" to create the ultimate PowerShell script to debloat Microsoft Windows 11/ Create own radiobuttons preset and share with friends. Users can run the script directly from the program.

The application allows a user to run common PowerShell scripts to debloat Windows 11. There are several restore scripts users can choose. Some buttons in the "EZDebloater" tab page has ToolTips (message popups) for more information. Each button has a script a user can see to modify before running. The other tabs allows a user to create a PowerShell script file to finely tweak/"Debloat" Windows 11. A restore point is created in the beginning so user can safely use the tool.

The options are arranged in different tabs and there is a presets: "Debloat Preset" the Options menu. User can choose the preset first and add own choices. User can also create own radiobutton presets and share. There is also a "Opposite" menu choice to select the alternate radiobutton choices. This is good to revert the changes in a script to run.


Directly Running
User can directly run the PowerShell script from the program after creating script. Click the "Run Powershell" button after user fill in the radiobutton choices and click the "Output PowerShell" button. The "Run PowerShell" button creates a PowerShell script called "runpsscript.ps1" in the same directory and runs it.

Manual Running
OR save the PowerShell script as whatever user wish in the same directory with the other files and then run it using the following commands.

  1. Launch PowerShell (Run as administrator) and navigate to where your script is.
  2. Set-ExecutionPolicy Unrestricted
  3. ./YOUR_SCRIPT_NAME.ps1

NOTE: YOUR_SCRIPT_NAME is the name of the PowerShell script user just saved.





What is new in version 1.0 (Released on September 21, 2021):
  • Initial version.



OS: Microsoft Windows® 11 (both 32 & 64-bit).




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