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Thanks for your share. I think your good to go. Maybe utilities, do you need both Advanced system-care Pro, Kerish doctor? & Full emergency backup is not bad idea at all ;)
In terms of Optimization, such as switcing off services, i use Advanced system care. I find it to be more effective than Kerish Doctor in that area . But when it comes to cleaning junks and removing useless shortcuts for example, Kerish Doctor is better. :)

Please add HTTPS Everywhere, Disconnect.

Add a good backup solution, such as Macrium Reflect Free or AOMEI Backupper.

Thanks for sharing.
Thanx, i'll add those two extensions and use one of those two backup softwares. :)
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Level 19
So long as you practice safe computing habits, your real-time protection software should be completely sufficient.

In any case, I'd recommend you use some form of system imaging software.

System images allow you to restore your system to its exact state, as it was when you created the system backup image - saving you the time and effort of having to reinstall your OS in the case of a malware infection or software malfunction.

Here are some recommended backup applications:
Windows Backup and Restore should be sufficient, but if you want more features, you could try either one of the other two alternative 3rd party backup applications (I currently use Paragon Backup & Recovery Free Edition, but I consider Macrium Reflect Free just as powerful). It's up to you.

Other than that, you're good to go! Thanks for sharing your config with us! :p


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I would strongly suggest some type of system backup solution.
Other than that you config looks good!
Thanks for sharing it with us :)


Level 30
I'd advise you to steer away from ASC's registry optimisation and other optimization because there are freewares that does it better and are more lighter than ASC.
Imaging system is a novel way to backup entire data w/o requiring fresh install of windows every time something goes bad. In case something is messed up, you can revert to earlier image backup and start from where you left off.
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