We at Techlatest are always searching for the best Operating System, whether it is an open-source Linux OS or a trimmed/debloated Windows-based ISOs.
Today, we are here with Atlas OS, an open and transparent Windows operating system designed to optimize performance and latency.
Previously, we covered the Superlite version of Ghost Spectre Windows 10 and Windows 11; you can check those as well. They are meant for all users looking for a good & optimized OS for an all-in-one experience, whether an old PC or a new one.
“An open and transparent Windows operating system, designed to optimize performance and latency.“
The Atlas OS is tailored for gamers, offering higher framerates and lower latency for a more seamless gaming experience. It is a modified version of Windows that eliminates any factors that could negatively impact gaming performance.
As an open-source project, Altas’s goal is to provide equal gaming opportunities for players regardless of their system’s capabilities. In addition to optimizing performance, Atlas is also effective in reducing system and network latency and input lag. It is also designed to protect the user’s privacy.
What is removed in Atlas OS?
- Some APPX and UWP applications
- Logging of Network Configuration
- Malicious Removal Tool
- Microsoft Edge and WebView
- Restore Points and System Reset
- Tools for virus and malware protection (such as SecHealth, HealthCheck, MsMpEng, and SmartScreen)
- Windows Defender
- Windows Error Reporting
- Windows Updates
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Download and Install Atlas OS Windows 10
Step 1: Install Windows 10
You can download Windows 10 iso file from our dedicated article: Download Latest Windows 10 ISO File (22H2 2022 Update)
- Insert a flash drive, at least 16 GB.
- Now, open Rufus to create bootable media for Windows 10.
- Make sure to keep all the default settings as it is.
- Now, click on the Start button and wait a while to finish.
- After completion, Rufus will ask you to restart the PC.
- Restart your PC, and while booting, before the Windows logo, tap the Boot Menu key to open it.
|Brand||Assigned Boot Menu Key|
|Asus||Esc or F8|
|HP||Esc or F9|
|Lenovo||F12, F8, F10|
|Other||Esc or F1-F12|
- You see a screen with a list of drives, choose the one you inserted/plugged in, and hit Enter.
- Then the Windows logo will appear on the screen for a while; if you see the animated dots, it means everything is fine.
- Next, you will be asked to select your Language, Time, and Keyboard method, and after configuring all these things, Click Next.
- Now click on Install Now.
- Now, Windows 10 setup will ask you to enter the Product Key; if you have a Windows 10 product key, proceed to enter it. Otherwise, click on “I don’t have a key” or “Do this later.”
- Now setup will ask you to choose the correct edition of which you have a License, either Home or Pro. Make sure to enter the correct edition. If you choose the wrong edition, you must perform a clean install again.
- Just wait for a while; the system prepares itself to copy files.
- Accept the license terms. To do so, check the box in front of “I accept the license terms.”
- Click Next.
- Click Custom: Install Windows only (advanced).
- Select the drive and then click Next. [If there are multiple partitions, select each from the bottom, then click to delete until only one unallocated drive is left]
- Select the unallocated drive list; Click New > Apply > OK.
- Select the Primary partition from multiple partitions, and click Next.
- Just wait for a few seconds while Windows install.
- When all this setup completes, Windows will reboot into the setup automatically.
Step 2: Install Atlas OS
When you are on the home screen of the recently installed Windows 10, navigate to the downloaded items.
- First, you need to run the registry script (as admin) and then restart the PC.
- Now, enable the internet and then run the Windows update.
- When done, run the AME Wizard Beta software (as admin) downloaded earlier.
- And drag the Atlas OS Playbook file (.apbx) into the AWE Wizard.
- Now, you will see this screen, but if you notice, the Next button is disabled. Just click on the Run action.
- The new window will ask you to disable Windows Defender services.
- Just disable all four protections (Real-time protection, Cloud-delivered protection, Automatic sample submission, and Temper Protection). And then close the window.
- Now, you can see the Next button; click on it.
- You might see a notice that says Requirements not met. To get rid of it, just click on the Run action button. When done, close that window.
- Now, you can see the Requirements met notice. Just click on the Next button.
- You need to agree to both AWE Wizard Core and AWE Wizard GUI licenses.
- Finally, click on the Next button, which will install Atlas OS.
- Wait for a few minutes; it will Apply Atlas OS Playbook, and then your Windows will be restarted.
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Final Words – Atlas OS (Based on Windows 10)
That was it; we have gathered everything about the Atlas OS based on Windows 10, download it, and enjoy a perfect Windows 10 on your low-end PCs as well for the best gaming experience.
If I missed anything, please let us know in the comment section, and we will add it ASAP.