Privacy Repairer

The best tool for preserving your privacy in Windows 10.

For Windows 10

Changelog - 2017/05/15

  • Added an option to prevent Microsoft from using your diagnostic data.
  • Added an option to opt out of CEIP in Visual Studio 2017.
  • Fixed an access denied exception that occured when running the program under non-administrator user account in Windows 10 Creators update.
  • Fixed a multi-threading issue that occured when closing the program.
  • Error messages will now be displayed in English instead of being localized.
  • No longer displays dialog boxes when using the command line options.
  • A success message is now displayed when using the 'enable all recommended options' button. - 2017/02/27

  • Added an option to send 'do not track' in Microsoft Edge.
  • Added an option to disable storing DRM licenses in Microsoft Edge.
  • Added an option to globally disable Cortana for all users.
  • Added an option to disallow Microsoft from conducting experiments on your system.
  • Added an option to disable Windows Spotlight on lock screen.
  • Added an option to disable advertisements on lock screen. - 2017/02/23

  • Fixed a bug on some systems where creatnig a restore point would crash the application.
  • Displays a confirmation message when creating a system restore point manually. - 2017/02/23

  • Added system restore point support.
  • Added backup and restore functionality.
  • Displays waiting cursor while long-running operations are in progress.
  • Using the button to enable all recommended options did not always work on some systems. To resolve the issue, an automated multiple-attempt retry system was added.
  • Removed the do not update certificates option, because some users do not even bother to read the description and enable it anyway, despite the serious security implications of doing that. - 2016/12/20

  • Fixed a bug that caused a crash when setting a group policy on a system with corrupted group policy component configuration. - 2016/11/17

  • Added command line automation.
  • Use /accepteula switch to accept license. Other command line parameters won't work without accepting the license.
  • Use /auto:recommended switch to enable all recommended options.
  • Use /auto:maximum switch to enable all non-dangerous options.
  • You can specify a command line parameter with a leading slash, single dash or double dash. - 2016/11/14

  • Corrected computation of total number of enabled options. - 2016/11/13

  • Initial release.

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