Disabled some files running in Task Scheduler

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  1. dgwin7

    dgwin7 MDL Member

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    I had to disabled these because of creepy snoopy my pc.:eek:

    1. Run Task Scheduler

    2. Click Task Scheduler Library

    3. Click Microsoft

    4. Click Windows

    5. Click Application Experience

    6. Look at right side panel windows.


    7. There are 3 files can be Disbled below.


    1. Aitagent - Aggregates and uploads Application Telemetry information if opted-in to the Microsoft Customer Experience Improvement Program.

    2. Microsoft Compatibility Appraiser - Collects program telemetry information if opted-in to the Microsoft Customer Experience Improvement Program.

    3. ProgramDataUpdater - Collects program telemetry information if opted-in to the Microsoft Customer Experience Improvement Program.


    Next


    8. Click Customer Experience Improvement Program on left panel.

    There are 6 files can be Disabled below.

    1. BthSQM - The Bluetooth CEIP (Customer Experience Improvement Program) task collects Bluetooth related statistics and information about your machine and sends it to Microsoft. The information received is used to help improve the reliability, stability, and overall functionality of Bluetooth in Windows. If the user has not consented to participate in Windows CEIP, this task does not do anything.

    2. Consolidator - If the user has consented to participate in the Windows Customer Experience Improvement Program, this job collects and sends usage data to Microsoft.

    3. KernelceipTask - The Kernel CEIP (Customer Experience Improvement Program) task collects additional information about the system and sends this data to Microsoft. If the user has not consented to participate in Windows CEIP, this task does nothing.

    4. TelTask - This job collects and sends usage data to Microsoft.

    5. Uploader - This job sends data about windows based on user participation in the Windows Customer Experience Improvement Program.

    6. UsbCeip - The USB CEIP (Customer Experience Improvement Program) task collects Universal Serial Bus related statistics and information about your machine and sends it to the Windows Device Connectivity engineering group at Microsoft. The information received is used to help improve the reliability, stability, and overall functionality of USB in Windows. If the user has not consented to participate in Windows CEIP, this task does not do anything.



    That is all folks.:busted_cop:
     
  2. Carlos Detweiller

    Carlos Detweiller MDL Spinning Tortoise

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    In 10 TP, it is Force-Enabled.
     
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  3. abbodi1406

    abbodi1406 MDL KB0000001

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    I see, didn't notice that :eek:
     
  4. abbodi1406

    abbodi1406 MDL KB0000001

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    It turns out that it can be disabled using installation answer file (autounattend.xml), maybe that's why i missed it lol

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  5. abbodi1406

    abbodi1406 MDL KB0000001

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    #5 abbodi1406, Oct 8, 2014
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