Monday, 03 August 2020 15:53 | Portugal
You're so prolific with your apps, you're not afraid to stop and pursue a different app/project. Keep the hustle, and thank you.
Saturday, 01 August 2020 12:52 | Sweden
Hi, after using spydish I got blue screen of death and can't boot into windows 10, can't do a system restore to earlier point, can't restore gp threw cmd, can't do anything on the boot page that helps me get back to desktop again
Friday, 31 July 2020 22:34 | indonesian
add command in spydish :
- Disable Microsoft Office Telemetry
- Remove OneDrive completly
-Uninstall Cortana Completly
Friday, 24 July 2020 12:16
Clone app 7z compressions
the 7z compression didnt work until I added quotes. it was %ProgramW6432%\7-Zip\7z.exe a "K:\downloads\July 2020\CloneApp\Backup.7z" "K:\downloads\July 2020\CloneApp\Backup" tried in cmd prompt and got error 'C:\Program' is not recognized as an internal or external command, operable program or batch file. I added quotes so it looks like "%ProgramW6432%\7-Zip\7z.exe" a "K:\downloads\July 2020\CloneApp\Backup.7z" "K:\downloads\July 2020\CloneApp\Backup" --- Notice quotes around the exe line.
Hopefully this helps someone else. Is a good program but haven't used the restore yet.
Friday, 24 July 2020 02:45
I have downloaded and ran Bloatbox and it shows I have 92 apps including system ones. How do I know which are unnecessary apps or bloatware and will not effect the operation of other apps and windows 10 itself if I remove them?
Thursday, 02 July 2020 15:40
Help! Why does Spydish seemingly not work?
I installed Spydish on my Windows 10 laptop and changed several additional policies, amongst others blocking the new Microsoft Edge and disabling forced Windows updates as well as blocking major Windows updates. Afterwards I clicked on "Apply selected" and the changes are to be seen. Therefore I assumed that these changes will apply.
When I closed Spydish and opened it again it did not show the changes I made before. Clicking on "Analyze" shows that all the policies I applied earlier are not configured.
How can I actually apply these changes? I really need your help urgently!
Tuesday, 16 June 2020 09:16 | Wales, UK
Spydish ran away...
Hi. Installed Spydish yesterday and ran the Analyze and Apply options, then noticed the 'remove bloatware' wasn't checked. Ran that today hoping there would be a 'do you really want to do this?' option so I could see what the app regards as bloat. (Feature suggestion there!) However the 'remove' option ran, I had a brief view of boxes being ticked, and the app disappeared - crashed or just closed. When I tried to run it again I got a 'you don't have permission' error and even the shortcut disappeared! I have no idea what happened, but if anyone can suggest what to do next I'd be grateful!!
Monday, 15 June 2020 23:20
How do i run Spydish ?
I have downloaded spydish from github but im at a loss as to how to run it, there is no executable apparently it seems I have to compile it but theres no instructions as to how to do that - please help
Monday, 08 June 2020 00:47 | Airdrie, Alberta, Canada
Great program! I really mean that, but I have a suggestion though:
Could you include the “Alarms & Clock” app from the Windows 10 bloat-ware—I use this all the time (pun). I have at least 40 entries, most are triggered daily. I have just finished another clean install of Windows and all the entries are a real pain to rebuild. It usually takes me a week of the wrong alarm triggers to fix my input errors. I have had it (Alarms & Clock) fail 3 or 4 times and my quarterly clean install takes me quite a while, I’m thankful for the time saved with the CloneApp operation.
Many thanks & remember to wear the mask.
Wednesday, 20 May 2020 01:46 | SC
Love the app. Few suggestions
Hey there! Thanks for your efforts. This app is much needed.
I recently used SharpApp after getting a new laptop with Windows 10 in S mode. Of course I immediately changed that to Windows 10 Home after upgrading the RAM and hard drive. But doing that required a clean install. I was lucky to find SharpApp to help streamline my machine after re-installing the OS.
One suggestion I have is to use Open-Shell instead of Classic Shell, which is no longer supported.
Another suggestion has to do with what / how stuff gets disabled. For instance I recently joined the Windows Insider program to get access to "Beta" releases. Sometimes I like to provide feedback to the developers and they ask for my Diagnostic data, which is set to Basic (and the Full is greyed out). How do I change that back? Is that a registry entry?
Anyway thanks again for the great work.
Now I'm off to try and figure out how to dual-boot or at least boot from USB on UEFI...