A small utility that enables you to remove the Microsoft Windows Genuine Advanced Notification tool while letting you know if the patch has been applied successfully or not
RemoveWGA is a little tool that claims it can remove the intentionally-deployed Windows Genuine Advanced Notification, which means it could make things a little bit quieter for your computer. Especially that the update which is being flagged as ‘Important’ could pose a security risk as it opens a connection to Microsoft’s servers every time the files are loaded.
The surprising thing is that it really works, although there’s one major thing to be clarified here: RemoveWGA does not disable the validation procedure of Windows, but only the notifications and the adjacent connections to Microsoft’s servers.
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