It integrates the most important Windows 10 privacy policies and allows you to quickly perform a privacy check against these policies. Active policies are marked with the status "Configured" as in the Group Policy Editor and indicates that your privacy is protected. The inactive ones are declared as "Not configured". All available policies (currently 50) can be enabled as well as disabled.
The app was meant as a pure private project (as i've only used it in the enterprise segment) but now I do not want to withhold it from you.
You have nothing to worry about the development of SharpApp. It will continue! But some may find the way how Spydish do it even more comfortable and helpful.
The project is reduced to the most necessary. Namely, choosing the right privacy settings and quickly debloatig Windows 10 from pre-installed apps. You won't find the dynamic features of SharpApp (e.g. PowerShell scripting, built-in Windows Package Manager support etc.) here, but you won't also find a lighter app to protect and debloat your Windows 10 copy.
Give the first public release (beta) a try. You decide whether it goes on or ends up back in my private drawer ;)
I have refreshed the Disk Cleanup replica, named Managed Disk Cleanup of @Albacore visually for fun and would like to show the best of both worlds (here the classic cleanmgr.exe and the modernised Storage sense).
I want to show you my vision of a Disk Cleanup utility for Windows 10, which should have been implemented by @Microsoft. It doesn't hurt to dream ;)