Windows 11 22H2 Build 22621.607 ReviOS x64 September 2022 | Size: 3.37 GB
ReviOS aspires to re-create what Windows as an operating system should have been - easy and simple.
With the main audience being gamers, power-users and enthusiasts, we understand that performance, speed and low latency is obligatory, which is why great effort has been invested into making ReviOS a capable, efficient yet private operating system.
Being naturally light on resources, footprint and size it also comes in as a great fit for low-end systems.
Windows 11 is notoriously known for its less-than-ideal performance, especially when compared to its predecessors.
ReviOS attempts to speed up the system, by eliminating redundant tasks and services running in the background, without sacrificing on stability.
Better yet, framerate stability is greatly improved, meaning your FPS is less prone to fluctuation.
Microsoft's Windows 11 is infamous for its privacy-intrusive behaviour towards consumers, which is why ReviOS takes the privacy aspect into serious account.
A plethora of telemetry backdoors have been terminated including, but is not limited to: Asiimov (telemetry client), UWP/AppX Apps, Windows Update and Cortana.
Data collection and reporting increase the system load, and as a bonus, that too is severely reduced, hereby promoting performance.
Based on a multi-layered approach, securing retained and comprehensive stability.
Reinforcing performance and privacy by stripping out bloatware that halts the system, and cutting down on the amount of componentresulting in reduced OS size.
ReviOS attempts to enhance what can be enhanced, leaving the subjective things to the user. A reliable, yet flexible baseline to build upon.
Add, modify and extend to your heart's content.
OS build: 22621.607
Architecture: 64 bit
Language: English US
File Size: 3.37 GB
Release Date: September 2022
Experimental support for upgrading current installation to ReviOS 11 22.08 without losing files. For detailed information.
Credits to AveYo for finding out methods for bypassing TPM, Secure Boot and other requirements
Updated Revision Tool
Added an option to enable/disable Memory Compression
Fixed apps taking long time to load after disabling Windows Defender
Minor privacy improvements
Disabled .NET and PowerShell telemetries
Fully prevented running of the DeviceCensus process
Previously, the process was just disabled in Task Scheduler
Mail & Calendar apps sometimes didn't work when sign-in with other email services
Startup script not working on newly created local accounts
Email and Your Phone pages in Settings
The "Choose which folders appear on Start" page being grayed out
GetStarted wasn't fully removed
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