Pointed out that Microsoft should be encouraged to diet the binary file of Windows 10
Technological blog that examined binary data of Windows 10ThurrottofRafae RiveraHe pointed out that Windows optimization team should work harder to point out that Mr. has pointed out that there are too many useless useless metadata that is inherently unnecessary and has adversely affected performance and so on.
Windows is Bloated, Thanks to Adobe's Extensible Metadata Platform - Thurrott.com
Adobe XMPIs a technology (standard) that serializes and mixes metadata such as title, identifier, GPS coordinates, color information etc. into XML in an image file etc. XMP data may have significant meaning in images requiring supplementary information, but in Windows OS basically this data is not necessary, Rivera says.
When Rivera examined how much metadata was included using XMP for Windows 10 binary file, it said that it contained an amazing amount of data. For example. "Explorer.exe" (Windows Explorer), one of the important shell components, contains 20% of metadata. According to Mr. Rivera, this 20% data is "pure garbage". What's even worse is "ApplicationFrame.dll" related to the title bar and frame of the Windows application, and it seems that 41% of "pure garbage" was included.
Twinui, images and other components seem to have not included useless metadata as Explorer and ApplicationFrame, but Ribera says that none of them has any useless data yet. Ribera said that inherently useless metadata for Windows affects the behavior of Windows in all aspects including operating time of OS, redispersible disk image size, service, verification of runtime authentication, and so on It is said that it is essential.
The tool used by Mr. Rivera to detect "pure garbage" included in Windows 10 is published on the GitHub page below.
GitHub - riverar / eoraptor: Scan for wasteful PNG text chunks in PE files
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