> Disables OneDrive > Disables Cortana (Kill Cortana completely with -kc switch; See Command-line Switches below) > Disables Bing-integration > Disables all AutoLoggers > Disables Wi-Fi Sense > Disables system-wide telemetry (on all editions of Windows 10 and older) > Disables Start menu ads > Disables all Xbox Live services > Disables web content evaluation ("SmartScreen") and prevents URL check-in > Disables Windows Media online DRM > Disables Windows P2P Update sharing > Disables hidden Windows metric startup tasks > Disables all diagnostic tracking services > Disables all application metric-data collection agents > Prevents system read access to already collected diagnostic data > Prevents any location/contacts/messages/handwritting/password sharing > Prevents cross-device synchronization (ie; Windows Phone auto-syncing with PC account data) > Removes GWX and Windows 10 upgrade pop-ups > Removes Windows Genuine Advantage (WGA) > Removes your unique ad-tracking ID token > Removes a bunch of Windows Vista, 7, 8, 8.1 telemetry updates (View full list here) > Removes all pre-install Windows 10 Upgrade files/folders on Windows 7, 8, 8.1 > Blocks 150+ different tracking/telemetry/ad servers (View full list here) > Supports custom host lists, IPv4/IPv6, Wifi/Eth > Patches various data leaks (IE/Edge, Explorer, Defender, MRT, SMB) > Applies various network tweaks (enables RSS,ctcp,tcp-offload,ECN)
## Command-line Switches
Blackbird can also be invoked in CMD with the following switches available:
blackbird -v > Verbose mode: Displays additional information on all changes as they're being made. blackbird -s > Silent mode: No additional user interaction required, good for scripts. blackbird -r > Recovery mode: Restores all values changed by Blackbird to default Microsoft values. blackbird -std > STD mode: Destroys all Windows spy tasks. See README for more details. blackbird -scan > Full system scan mode: Scans and reports all privacy issues. blackbird -kc > Kill Cortana completely (prevent searchUI.exe from loading) blackbird -ke > Kill Microsoft Edge blackbird -kf > Kill Windows Feedback/ContactSupport blackbird -kl > Kill Lockscreen blackbird -kall > Kill all System Apps blackbird -noupdate > Skip blacklisted Windows update removal. blackbird -nohost > Skip host blocking. blackbird -nospeed > Skip system optimizations. blackbird -o > Enable OneDrive blackbird -p > Enable Diagnostic Policy service blackbird -t > Enable Sensors / Auto-screen-rotation on tablets blackbird -x > Enable Xbox Live services. blackbird -l > Fix LAN connectivity problems after using Blackbird. blackbird -a > Disable SmartScreen application checking blackbird -b > Disable Runtime Broker (will cause most UWP/Metro apps to stop working) blackbird -c > Disable background access for all default system apps blackbird -d > Disable Windows Defender. blackbird -e > Disable SMB over NetBIOS (close listening port 445) blackbird -f > Disable most used apps displayed in Start menu blackbird -h > Disable Hibernation (deletes hiberfil.sys file). blackbird -u > Disable automatic installation of updates / Sets to manual download and install only. blackbird -m > Disable automatic installation of Windows Malicious Removal Tool (MRT) updates. blackbird -n > Remove all Blackbird network blocks. blackbird -? > Displays help information.
NOTES: - You can run up to 9 switches at once, excluding -R, -STD & -SCAN which can only be executed one at a time. - All switches must be separated with a space, followed by a - or / before the next desired switch (ie. "blackbird -kckefox" doesn't work). - All killed system applications can be revived using Blackbird's Recovery mode (-r)
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