Casino Royale Pdf Script Downloa 755

Windows 10 debloater

What do you use to quickly and easily debloat Windows 10?
Saw a bunch of questions in here asking for tips on removing bloat in Windows 10. Here’s a power shell script. I stumbled across, credit: Sycnex on github
Bloatware that is removed:
3DBuilder, ActiproSoftware, Alarms, Appconnector, Asphalt8, Autodesk SketchBook, Bing Finance, Bing Food And Drink, Bing Health And Fitness, Bing News, Bing Sports, Bing Travel, Bing Weather, BioEnrollment, Camera, CandyCrush, CandyCrushSoda, Caesars Slots Free Casino, ContactSupport, CyberLink MediaSuite Essentials, DrawboardPDF, Duolingo, EclipseManager, Facebook, FarmVille 2 Country Escape, Flipboard, Fresh Paint, Get started, iHeartRadio, King apps, Maps, March of Empires, Messaging, Microsoft Office Hub, Microsoft Solitaire Collection, Microsoft Sticky Notes, Minecraft, Netflix, Network Speed Test, NYT Crossword, Office Sway, OneNote, OneConnect, Pandora, People, Phone, Phototastic Collage, PicsArt-PhotoStudio, PowerBI, Royal Revolt 2, Shazam, Skype for Desktop, SoundRecorder, TuneInRadio, Twitter, Windows communications apps, Windows Feedback, Windows Feedback Hub, Windows Reading List, XboxApp, Xbox Game CallableUI, Xbox Identity Provider, Zune Music, Zune Video.
submitted by robot_soul to pcmasterrace [link] [comments]

Need feedback from my peers in the PS community on a Remove-Win10Apps script

UPDATED:2020-01-20 - Made some bug fixes and documented the apps better.
Hello Everyone!
I've written a script for unnecessary Win 10 apps and would like to get some feedback. I've been only the sole "script guy" at my work so please be gentle with your comments :)
I've focused on some new elements I haven't used much before like help comments, logging, and try/catch blocks that I can standardize on across my scripts.
In my limited testing I'm using this as a Computer logon script through GPO to run this script.
Note, I just realized I have a few bugs to work out. I was testing with Powershell 7 RC1 with the more recent changes I've made and didn't realized I had broke are some things running in 5.1. Like 'split-path -leafbase'.
Shoot, well either way I was looking for more constructive feedback on the layout, logic, and process.
<# .SYNOPSIS Removes installed and provisioned Appx packages in Windows 10. .DESCRIPTION To simplify the user experience and to streamline the configuration of Windows this script removes unneccesary Windows 10 apps. These have been sorted into 4 categories: Home = Computers used in a home setting. The difference between this and the ones below is this keeps the Xbox apps, and Mail app as they make sense on a personal computer. Named = Computers that are normally used by a single person in a typical office environment. Or at least typical where I work. Shared = Computers that are normally shared by multiple people with shared logins and have more direct functions (Lab PC, HR Kiosk, Conference Room PC etc.) Server = Computers that are used in a server type function, running Windows 10, and not used as a desktop PC. (Manufacturing floor PC, badge printing system etc.) Note that these lists are cumulative. Home = Home list Named = Home + Named lists Shared = Home + Named + Shared lists Server = Named + Shared + Server lists Suggest putting this in a computer based GPO login script .EXAMPLE PS C:\>.\Remove-Win10Apps.ps1 Removes all apps from the default home list asking for confirmation for each found app. Writes log to 'C:\Logs\Remove-Win10Apps.log'. .EXAMPLE PS C:\>.\Remove-Win10Apps.ps1 -LogPath '\\server\share\appremoval.log' Removes all apps from the default home list asking for confirmation for each found app. Writes log to '\\server\share\appremoval.log'. .EXAMPLE PS C:\>.\Remove-Win10Apps.ps1 -PCType "Shared" -Whatif Won't remove but just list all apps from the combined default home, named, and then shared list that it's found. .EXAMPLE PS C:\>.\Remove-Win10Apps.ps1 -PCType "Server" -Confirm:$false Removes all apps from the default home, named, shared, and server list without prompting for confirmation. Writes log to 'C:\Logs\Remove-Win10Apps.log'. .INPUTS None .OUTPUTS None .NOTES More than just inspiration taken from the following #> #Requires -RunAsAdministrator #Requires -Version 5.1 [CmdletBinding(SupportsShouldProcess = $true, ConfirmImpact = 'High')] param ( # Specifies the list of apps from Home (the least removed) to Server (the most removed) [ValidateSet("Home", "Named", "Shared", "Server")] [String]$PCType = "Home", # Enter the full path to where you'd like the script to log it's changes. [parameter(Mandatory = $false)] [ValidateScript( { if ($_ -notmatch "(\.log)") { throw "The file specified in the path argument must be of the type .log" } return $true })] [System.IO.FileInfo]$LogPath = 'C:\Logs\Remove-Win10Apps.log', # Lists the entries in the different PCTypes depending on what's selected and closes [switch]$List ) begin { function Write-Log { param( # Enter text you'd like to display on a single line in the log. [parameter(Mandatory = $true)] [string]$Text, [parameter(Mandatory = $true)] # Enter the severity of the log entry. [ValidateSet("WARNING", "ERROR", "INFO")] [string]$Type, # Specifies the path to save the log file to. [ValidateScript( { if ($_ -notmatch "(\.log)") { throw "The file specified in the path argument must be of the type .log" } return $true })] # Sets the path to the log file to C:\Logs\ + the name of the script running the function + .log [System.IO.FileInfo]$Path = 'C:\Logs\' + ([io.path]::GetFileNameWithoutExtension($MyInvocation.PSCommandPath)) + '.log' ) #Makes sure that it updates the "exists" property or else the file keeps getting recreated. $Path.Refresh() if ($Path.Exists -eq $false) { New-Item -ItemType 'file' -Path $Path -Force } [string]$LogMessage = [System.String]::Format("[$(Get-Date)] -"), $Type, $Text Add-Content -Path $Path -Value $LogMessage } Write-Log -Text "Starting Remove-Win10Apps script with -PCType $PCType and -LogPath $LogPath" -Type 'INFO' -Path $LogPath #Checks OS is Windows 10 and terminates if it's not. if ([Environment]::OSVersion.Version.Major -lt '10') { Write-Warning ' must be running a version ofy Windows 10 to run this script.' Write-Log -Text ' must be running a version of Windows 10 to run this script.' -Type 'ERROR' -Path $LogPath Exit } #Region App Listing $AppsHomePC = @( "Microsoft.3DBuilder" #3D Builder - - View, create, and personalize 3D objects using 3D Builder. "Microsoft.Appconnector" "Microsoft.BingFinance" #MSN Money - - Finance simplified. Know more about your money with the world’s best financial news and data. Grow your finances with handy tools and calculators, any time and anywhere. "Microsoft.BingFoodAndDrink" #MSN Food & Drink - NA (Discontinued) "Microsoft.BingHealthAndFitness" #MSN Health & Fitness - NA (Discontinued) "Microsoft.BingNews" #Microsoft News - - Delivers breaking news and trusted, in-depth reporting from the world's best journalists. "Microsoft.BingSports" #MSN Sports - - The MSN Sports app is packed with live scores & in-depth game experiences for more than 150 leagues. "Microsoft.BingTranslator" #Translator - - Microsoft Translator enables you to translate text and speech, have translated conversations, and even download AI-powered language packs to use offline. "Microsoft.BingTravel" #MSN Travel - NA (Discontinued) "Microsoft.BingWeather" #MSN Weather - - The best way to plan your day. Get the latest weather conditions, whether you're hitting the slopes, or the beach, or checking the forecast for your commute. See accurate 10-day and hourly forecasts for whatever you do. "Microsoft.CommsPhone" "Microsoft.ConnectivityStore" "Microsoft.FreshPaint" #Fresh Paint - - Unleash your inner creative with Fresh Paint – the ultimate canvas for your big ideas. Fresh Paint is a fun and easy to use painting app with the right tools for artists of all ages. "Microsoft.GetHelp" #Get Help "Microsoft.Getstarted" #Microsoft Tips "Microsoft.Messaging" #Microsoft Messaging - - Microsoft Messaging enables, quick, reliable SMS, MMS and RCS messaging from your phone. To get started, select Messaging from the All apps list. "Microsoft.Microsoft3DViewer" #3D Viewer - - Easily view 3D models and animations in real-time. 3D Viewer lets you view 3D models with lighting controls, inspect model data and visualize different shading modes. In Mixed Reality mode, combine the digital and physical. Push the boundaries of reality and capture it all with a video or photo to share. "Microsoft.MicrosoftOfficeHub" #Office - - The Office app enables you to get the most out of Office by helping you find all your Office apps and files in one place so you can jump quickly into your work. "Microsoft.MicrosoftPowerBIForWindows" #Power BI - - Monitor your most important business data, directly from your device. Get a quick overview with intuitive, at-a-glance visuals, or dive deep into your data and discover new insights with interactive dashboards and reports. "Microsoft.MicrosoftSolitaireCollection" #Microsoft Solitaire Collection - - Check out the new look and feel of Microsoft Solitaire Collection on Windows 10! "Microsoft.MinecraftUWP" #Minecraft - NA (Discontinued) "Microsoft.MixedReality.Portal" #Mixed Reality Portal - - iscover Windows Mixed Reality and dive into more than 3,000 games and VR experiences from Steam®VR and Microsoft Store. Get extraordinary access to live sports and entertainment and connect with others in the ultimate high-octane VR gaming experience. "Microsoft.NetworkSpeedTest" #Network Speed Test - - Network Speed Test measures your network delay, download speed and upload speed. "Microsoft.Office.Sway" #Sway - - Create visually striking newsletters, presentations, and documentation in minutes. "Microsoft.OfficeLens" #Office Lens - - Office Lens trims, enhances, and makes pictures of whiteboards and docs readable. You can use Office Lens to convert images to PDF, Word and PowerPoint files, and you can even save images to OneNote or OneDrive. "Microsoft.OneConnect" #Paid Wi-Fi & Cellular or Mobile Plans# "Microsoft.People" #Microsoft People - - People in Windows 10 puts all the ways you connect with all your friends, family, colleagues, and acquaintances in one place, so it’s faster than ever to keep in touch. Check out what your people are up to across the services they use and choose how you want to connect with them. "Microsoft.Print3D" #Print 3D - - Quickly and easily prepare objects for 3D printing on your PC. With support for Wifi printers, you can 3D print from anywhere on your network. Get the best out of your printer by tuning many custom settings like the extruder temperature and printing speed. "Microsoft.SkypeApp" #Skype - - Skype keeps the world talking. Say “hello” with an instant message, voice or video call – all for free, no matter what device they use Skype on. Skype is available on phones, tablets, PCs, and Macs. "Microsoft.Wallet" #Microsoft Pay# "Microsoft.Whiteboard" #Whiteboard - - Meet the freeform digital canvas where ideas, content, and people come together. "Microsoft.WindowsFeedbackHub" #Feedback Hub - - Help us make Windows better! Provide feedback about Windows and apps by sharing your suggestions or problems. If you want to be even more involved, then join the Windows Insider program and keep up with the latest alerts and announcements, rate the builds, participate in feedback Quests, and earn badges. "Microsoft.WindowsMaps" #Windows Maps - - Maps is your guide to everywhere. Find your way with voice navigation and turn-by-turn driving, transit, and walking directions. Search for places to get directions, business info, and reviews. Download maps to use when you’re offline. Tour the world virtually with breathtaking aerial imagery and 360 degree street-level views. Plus, you get the same experience across all your Windows 10 PCs and phones. "Microsoft.WindowsPhone" "Microsoft.WindowsReadingList" #Windows Reading List - - Do you ever run out of time to read articles or watch videos you’ve found online? With Reading List, you can easily track and manage all of the content you want to get back to later in a beautiful display. You can share content to your list from the web or from other apps and easily come back to it when you have more time. Whatever you like to read or watch, the app makes it easy to save, find and get back to things you like, listing content you've saved in chronological order. "Microsoft.YourPhone" #Your Phone - - You love your phone. So does your PC. Get instant access to everything you love on your phone, right on your PC. Reply to your text messages with ease, stop emailing yourself photos, and receive and manage your phone’s notifications on your PC. #3rd Party "2FE3CB00.PicsArt-PhotoStudio" "46928bounde.EclipseManager" #Eclipse "613EBCEA.PolarrPhotoEditorAcademicEdition" "6Wunderkinder.Wunderlist" "7EE7776C.LinkedInforWindows" "89006A2E.AutodeskSketchBook" "9E2F88E3.Twitter" "A278AB0D.DisneyMagicKingdoms" "A278AB0D.MarchofEmpires" "ActiproSoftwareLLC.562882FEEB491" #Code Writer "AdobeSystemIncorporated.AdobePhotoshop" #Photoshop Express "CAF9E577.Plex" #Plex "ClearChannelRadioDigital.iHeartRadio" "D52A8D61.FarmVille2CountryEscape" "D5EA27B7.Duolingo-LearnLanguagesforFree" #Duolingo "DB6EA5DB.CyberLinkMediaSuiteEssentials" "DolbyLaboratories.DolbyAccess" "Drawboard.DrawboardPDF" "Facebook.Facebook" #Facebook "Fitbit.FitbitCoach" "flaregamesGmbH.RoyalRevolt2" "Flipboard.Flipboard" #Flipboard "GAMELOFTSA.Asphalt8Airborne" "KeeperSecurityInc.Keeper" "*" "" "" "" "" "NORDCURRENT.COOKINGFEVER" "PandoraMediaInc.29680B314EFC2" #Pandora "Playtika.CaesarsSlotsFreeCasino" "ShazamEntertainmentLtd.Shazam" "TheNewYorkTimes.NYTCrossword" "ThumbmunkeysLtd.PhototasticCollage" "TuneIn.TuneInRadio" "WinZipComputing.WinZipUniversal" "XINGAG.XING" ) $AppsNamedPC = @( "microsoft.windowscommunicationsapps" #Mail and Calendar - - The Mail and Calendar apps help you stay up to date on your email, manage your schedule and stay in touch with people you care about the most. Designed for both work and home, these apps help you communicate quickly and focus on what’s important across all your accounts. Supports Office 365, Exchange,, Gmail, Yahoo! and other popular accounts. "Microsoft.XboxApp" #Xbox Console Companion - - The Xbox app brings together your friends, games, and accomplishments across Xbox One and Windows 10 devices. The best multiplayer gaming just got better. "Microsoft.XboxGameOverlay" #Xbox Game Bar - - Win+G it with Xbox Game Bar, the customizable, gaming overlay built into Windows 10. Xbox Game Bar works with most PC games, giving you instant access to widgets for screen capture and sharing, finding new teammates with LFG, and chatting with Xbox friends across Xbox console, mobile, and PC—all without leaving your game. "Microsoft.XboxGamingOverlay" #Xbox Gaming Overlay "Microsoft.XboxIdentityProvider" #Xbox Identity Provider "Microsoft.XboxSpeechToTextOverlay" #3rd Party "4DF9E0F8.Netflix" #Netflix - - Netflix has something for everyone. Watch TV shows and movies recommended just for you, including award-winning Netflix original series, movies, and documentaries. There’s even a safe watching experience just for kids with family-friendly entertainment. "SpotifyAB.SpotifyMusic" #Spotify - - Love music? Play your favorite songs and albums free on Windows 10 with Spotify. ) $AppsSharedPC = @( "Microsoft.Office.OneNote" #OneNote - - OneNote is your digital notebook for capturing and organizing everything across your devices. Jot down your ideas, keep track of classroom and meeting notes, clip from the web, or make a to-do list, as well as draw and sketch your ideas. "Microsoft.Todos" #Microsoft To Do - - Got something on your mind? Get Microsoft To Do. Whether you want to increase your productivity, decrease your stress levels, or just free up some mental space, Microsoft To Do makes it easy to plan your day and manage your life. "Microsoft.WindowsCamera" #Windows Camera - - The Camera app is faster and simpler than ever. Just point and shoot to take great pictures automatically on any PC or tablet running Windows 10. "Microsoft.WindowsSoundRecorder" #Windows Voice Recorder - - Record sounds, lectures, interviews, and other events. Mark key moments as you record, edit, or play them back. ) $AppsServerPC = @( "Microsoft.MSPaint" #Paint 3D - - Whether you’re an artist or just want to try out some doodles–Paint 3D makes it easy to unleash your creativity and bring your ideas to life. Classic Paint has been reimagined, with an updated look and feel and a ton of new brushes and tools. And now, create in every dimension. Make 2D masterpieces or 3D models that you can play with from all angles. "Microsoft.MicrosoftStickyNotes" #Microsoft Sticky Notes - - Need to remember something for later? Use Microsoft Sticky Notes. They're the simple way to quickly save something for later, so you can stay in the flow. With Sticky Notes, you can create notes, type, ink or add a picture, add text formatting, stick them to the desktop, move them around there freely, close them to the Notes list, and sync them across devices and apps like OneNote Mobile, Microsoft Launcher for Android, and Outlook for Windows. "Microsoft.WindowsAlarms" #Windows Alarms & Clock - - A combination of alarm clock, world clock, timer, and stopwatch. Set alarms and reminders, check times around the world, and time your activities, including laps and splits. "Microsoft.WindowsCalculator" #Windows Calculator - - A simple yet powerful calculator that includes standard, scientific, and programmer modes, as well as a unit converter. It's the perfect tool to add up a bill, convert measurements in a recipe or other project, or complete complex math, algebra, or geometry problems. Calculator history makes it easy to confirm if you've entered numbers correctly. "Microsoft.Windows.Photos" #Microsoft Photos - - View and edit your photos and videos, make movies, and create albums. Try video remix to instantly create a video from photos and videos you select. Use the video editor for fine-tuned adjustments — change filters, text, camera motion, music, and more. You can even add 3D effects like butterflies, lasers, or explosions that magically appear in your video. "Microsoft.ZuneMusic" #Groove Music - - Listen to your favorite music in Groove on your Windows, iOS, and Android devices. Create a playlist with music you've purchased or uploaded to OneDrive or pick your background music on Xbox One. "Microsoft.ZuneVideo" #Movies & TV - - All your movies and TV shows, all in one place, on all your devices. Movies & TV brings you the latest entertainment in one simple, fast, and elegant app on Windows. On your PC and Windows Mobile, the app lets you play and manage videos from your personal collection. On all your devices, you can use the app to browse and play movies and TV shows you’ve purchased from the Store. ) <#---APPS THAT SHOULD NEVER BE REMOVED FOR ANY TYPE OF WINDOWS PC $RemainingAppsForReference = @( #"1527c705-839a-4832-9118-54d4Bd6a0c89" #File Picker - App which cannot be removed using Remove-AppxPackage #"c5e2524a-ea46-4f67-841f-6a9465d9d515" #File Explorer - App which cannot be removed using Remove-AppxPackage #"E2A4F912-2574-4A75-9BB0-0D023378592B" #App Resolver UX - App which cannot be removed using Remove-AppxPackage #"F46D4000-FD22-4DB4-AC8E-4E1DDDE828FE" #Add Suggested Folders To Library - App which cannot be removed using Remove-AppxPackage #"InputApp" #? - App which cannot be removed using Remove-AppxPackage #"Microsoft.AAD.BrokerPlugin" #Microsoft.AAD.Broker.Plugin - App which cannot be removed using Remove-AppxPackage #"Microsoft.AccountsControl" #Microsoft.AccountsControl - App which cannot be removed using Remove-AppxPackage #"Microsoft.Advertising.Xaml" #Microsoft.Advertising - Framework apps which other apps depend on #"Microsoft.AsyncTextService" #Microsoft.AsyncTextService - App which cannot be removed using Remove-AppxPackage #"Microsoft.BioEnrollment" #Hello setup UI - App which cannot be removed using Remove-AppxPackage #"Microsoft.CredDialogHost" #? - App which cannot be removed using Remove-AppxPackage #"Microsoft.DesktopAppInstaller" #App Installer - Keeping just in case we ever want to deploy UWP apps #'Microsoft.DirectXRuntime' #? - Framework apps which other apps depend on #"Microsoft.ECApp" #? - App which cannot be removed using Remove-AppxPackage #"Microsoft.HEIFImageExtension" #HEIF Image Extensions - Keeping so HEIF compressed images can be opened #"Microsoft.LockApp" #? - App which cannot be removed using Remove-AppxPackage #"Microsoft.MicrosoftEdge" #Microsoft Edge - App which cannot be removed using Remove-AppxPackage #"Microsoft.MicrosoftEdgeDevToolsClient" #? - App which cannot be removed using Remove-AppxPackage #"Microsoft.NET.Native.Framework.1.3" #Framework app which other apps depend on #"Microsoft.NET.Native.Framework.1.6" #Framework app which other apps depend on #"Microsoft.NET.Native.Framework.1.7" #Framework app which other apps depend on #"Microsoft.NET.Native.Framework.2.1" #Framework app which other apps depend on #"Microsoft.NET.Native.Framework.2.2" #Framework app which other apps depend on #"Microsoft.NET.Native.Runtime.1.4" #Framework app which other apps depend on #"Microsoft.NET.Native.Runtime.1.6" #Framework app which other apps depend on #"Microsoft.NET.Native.Runtime.1.7" #Framework app which other apps depend on #"Microsoft.NET.Native.Runtime.2.2" #Framework app which other apps depend on #"Microsoft.PPIProjection" #? - App which cannot be removed using Remove-AppxPackage #"Microsoft.RemoteDesktop" #Remote Desktop - Functionality, expected to be there #"Microsoft.Services.Store.Engagement" #Framework app which other apps depend on #"Microsoft.StorePurchaseApp" #Store Purchase App#Framework app which other apps depend on (not really but needed for store to function) #"Microsoft.UI.Xaml.2.0" #Framework app which other apps depend on #"Microsoft.UI.Xaml.2.1" #Framework app which other apps depend on #"Microsoft.UI.Xaml.2.2" #Framework app which other apps depend on #"Microsoft.VCLibs.120.00.Universal" #Framework app which other apps depend on #"Microsoft.VCLibs.140.00" #Framework app which other apps depend on #"Microsoft.VCLibs.140.00.UWPDesktop" #Framework app which other apps depend on #"Microsoft.VP9VideoExtensions" #Keeping so VP9 media can be played back #"Microsoft.WebMediaExtensions" #Web Media Extensions#basic functionality #"Microsoft.WebpImageExtension" #Webp Image Extension#basic functionality #"Microsoft.Win32WebViewHost" #? - App which cannot be removed using Remove-AppxPackage #"Microsoft.Windows.Apprep.ChxApp" #? - App which cannot be removed using Remove-AppxPackage #"Microsoft.Windows.AssignedAccessLockApp" #? - App which cannot be removed using Remove-AppxPackage #"Microsoft.Windows.CapturePicker" #? - App which cannot be removed using Remove-AppxPackage #"Microsoft.Windows.CloudExperienceHost" #? - App which cannot be removed using Remove-AppxPackage #"Microsoft.Windows.ContentDeliveryManager" #? - App which cannot be removed using Remove-AppxPackage #"Microsoft.Windows.Cortana" #Cortana - App which cannot be removed using Remove-AppxPackage #"Microsoft.Windows.NarratorQuickStart" #? - App which cannot be removed using Remove-AppxPackage #"Microsoft.Windows.OOBENetworkCaptivePortal" #? - App which cannot be removed using Remove-AppxPackage #"Microsoft.Windows.OOBENetworkConnectionFlow" #? - App which cannot be removed using Remove-AppxPackage #"Microsoft.Windows.ParentalControls" #? - App which cannot be removed using Remove-AppxPackage #"Microsoft.Windows.PeopleExperienceHost" #People Hub - App which cannot be removed using Remove-AppxPackage #"Microsoft.Windows.PinningConfirmationDialog" #? - App which cannot be removed using Remove-AppxPackage #"Microsoft.Windows.SecHealthUI" #? - App which cannot be removed using Remove-AppxPackage #"Microsoft.Windows.SecureAssessmentBrowser" #? - App which cannot be removed using Remove-AppxPackage #"Microsoft.Windows.ShellExperienceHost" #Start - App which cannot be removed using Remove-AppxPackage #"Microsoft.Windows.XGpuEjectDialog" #? - apps which cannot be removed using Remove-AppxPackage #"Microsoft.WindowsFeedback" #Windows Feedback - App which cannot be removed using Remove-AppxPackage #"Microsoft.WindowsStore" #Microsoft Store -Vital functionality #"Microsoft.Xbox.TCUI" #? - App shouldn't be removed as it causes issues with Windows Photos, Windows Hello and others #"Microsoft.XboxGameCallableUI" #? - App which cannot be removed using Remove-AppxPackage #"Windows.ContactSupport" #Contact Support - App which cannot be removed using Remove-AppxPackage #"Windows.CBSPreview" #? - App which cannot be removed using Remove-AppxPackage #"windows.immersivecontrolpanel" #Settings - App which cannot be removed using Remove-AppxPackage #"Windows.PrintDialog" #Print UI - App which cannot be removed using Remove-AppxPackage ) #> #EndRegion App Listing switch ($PCType) { Home { $AllAppsToRemove = $AppsHomePC } Named { $AllAppsToRemove = $AppsHomePC + $AppsNamedPC } Shared { $AllAppsToRemove = $AppsHomePC + $AppsNamedPC + $AppsSharedPC } Server { $AllAppsToRemove = $AppsHomePC + $AppsNamedPC + $AppsSharedPC + $AppsServerPC } } If ($list) { Write-Output "LIST OF APPS IN -PCType $PCType" ForEach ($App in $AllAppsToRemove) { Write-Output $App } Break } $ProvisionedAppxPackages = Get-AppxProvisionedPackage -Online $ProvisionedAppxPackagesToRemove = @() #Determine what apps that are provisioned on this PC to be removed by comparing against the list (Home, Named, Shared, Server) foreach ($Appx in $AllAppsToRemove) { $ProvisionedAppxPackagesToRemove += ($ProvisionedAppxPackages | Where-Object { $_.DisplayName -eq $Appx }) } $InstalledAppxPackages = Get-AppxPackage -AllUsers $InstalledAppxPackagesToRemove = @() #Determine what apps that are installed on this PC to be removed by comparing against the list (Home, Named, Shared, Server) foreach ($Appx in $AllAppsToRemove) { $InstalledAppxPackagesToRemove += ($InstalledAppxPackages | Where-Object { $_.Name -eq $Appx }) } } process { If ($ProvisionedAppxPackagesToRemove.length -ge 1) { Write-Output "***Removing select provisioned appx packages for this machine...***" Write-Log -Text 'Removing select provisioned appx packages for this machine' -Type 'INFO' -Path $LogPath foreach ($ProvisionedAppx in $ProvisionedAppxPackagesToRemove) { if ($PSCmdlet.ShouldProcess($ProvisionedAppx.DisplayName, 'Remove-AppxProvisionedPackage -Online -AllUsers')) { try { $ProvisionedAppx | Remove-AppxProvisionedPackage -Online -AllUsers -Verbose -ErrorAction Continue Write-Output $("Removed " + $ProvisionedAppx.DisplayName) Write-Log -Text $("Removed " + $ProvisionedAppx.DisplayName) -Type 'INFO' -Path $LogPath } catch { Write-Warning $('Unable to remove ' + $ProvisionedAppx.DisplayName) Write-Log -Text $('Unable to remove ' + $ProvisionedAppx.DisplayName) -Type 'WARNING' -Path $LogPath } } } } else { Write-Output "***No provisioned appx packages from your selection were found for this machine...***" Write-Log -Text 'No provisioned appx packages from your selection were found for this machine' -Type 'INFO' -Path $LogPath } If ($InstalledAppxPackagesToRemove.length -ge 1) { Write-Output "***Removing select installed appx packages for this machine...***" Write-Log -Text 'Removing select installed appx packages for this machine' -Type 'INFO' -Path $LogPath foreach ($InstalledAppx in $InstalledAppxPackagesToRemove) { if ($PSCmdlet.ShouldProcess($InstalledAppx.Name, 'Remove-AppxPackage -AllUsers')) { try { $InstalledAppx | Remove-AppxPackage -AllUsers -Verbose -ErrorAction Continue Write-Output $("Removed " + $InstalledAppx.Name) Write-Log -Text $("Removed " + $InstalledAppx.Name) -Type 'INFO' -Path $LogPath } catch { Write-Warning $('Unable to remove ' + $InstalleddAppx.Name) Write-Log -Text $('Unable to remove ' + $InstalleddAppx.Name) -Type 'WARNING' -Path $LogPath } } } } else { Write-Output "***No installed appx packages from your selection were found for this machine...***" Write-Log -Text 'No installed appx packages from your selection were found for this machine' -Type 'INFO' -Path $LogPath } } end { Write-Log -Text 'Stopping Remove-Win10Apps script as it has finished running' -Type 'INFO' -Path $LogPath } 
submitted by worthinge to PowerShell [link] [comments]

Halloween Parties and Events 2017 Monster Megathread!

Disclaimer: All the following information is from both Honolulu Magazine & Honolulu Family, however, feel free to add / correct / update...WHATEVERS! Because this thread is for you, the fine users of /Oahu. If you go to any of them, please post pics and've got to be tired of seeing me posting all'a the time, so go for it! I'd also advise checking the websites and/or calling to make sure the events are still on and that the information hasn't changed.
From Honolulu Magazine:
Hitchcocktober at Consolidated Theatres
OCT. 3–31
Nothing says Halloween like rewatching some of Alfred Hitchcock’s most iconic films. (Psycho still makes us nervous in the shower.) Consolidated Theatres will be showing special screenings of North by Northwest, Notorious, Vertigo, Rebecca and Psycho every Tuesday at Kāhala Mall throughout October, with a double screening of Psycho at Kāhala and ‘Ōlino Theatres on Halloween. Talk about a fright night.
Kāhala: 4211 Wai‘alae Ave.; ‘Ōlino: 91-5431 Kapolei Parkway, #600, Kapolei (Kapolei on Halloween night only); $10, Tuesdays at 7 p.m.,
Ghouls ’N’ Gamblin’
OCT. 20
Feelin’ lucky? Come in character to the Elite Parking Foundation’s casino night for your chance to win $500 in the costume contest, a trip for two to Las Vegas in the prize drawing and more. This year, proceeds from entrance tickets, casino and alcohol sales will benefit the Special Olympics of Hawai‘i and the Boys & Girls Club of Hawai‘i.
Pōmaika‘i Ballrooms, 735 ‘Iwilei Road, $25 presale, $35 at the door, 6–11 p.m.,
Tim Burton Film Festival
OCT. 20–22
Tim Burton’s films don’t all take place around Halloween, but they’re still creepy enough to get you in the spooky mood. Here’s your chance to see Beetlejuice, Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children, Edward Scissorhands and Corpse Bride on the big screen in a (supposedly) haunted theater.
Hawai‘i Theatre, $7–$12,
The Rocky Horror Picture Show – Hosted by Tita Tisling and Cast
OCT. 26­–31
Let’s do the time-warp again! Instead of watching The Rocky Horror Picture Show at home for the billionth time, experience the cult classic on a monster-size movie screen. This fully interactive show is accompanied by a full cast of characters and gives you the chance to shout and dance in your seats (and even dress up as your favorite characters. Dibs on Frank N. Furter!). Doors open an hour before start time for cocktails, movie snacks, props and more.
The Arts at Marks Garage, 1159 Nu‘uanu Ave., Oct. 26 and 27 at 8 p.m., Oct. 28 at 7 p.m. and midnight, October 31 at 8 p.m., $20 advance tickets, $25 at the door,
Art After Dark: Kings & Queens
OCT. 27
Calling all scream queens and kings of horror: Come spend the evening with Halloween royalty at the Halloween edition of Honolulu Museum of Art’s Art After Dark. Get down to spooky sounds from King DJ Revise and Queen DJ Tittahbyte, sip on frightfully good cocktails at the iichiko bar and enter the costume contest for your chance to be officially crowned king or queen of the Halloween ball.
Honolulu Museum of Art, 900 S. Beretania St., free for museum members, $25 general admission, 6­–9 p.m.,
Hallowbaloo 2017
OCT. 28
Honolulu’s Chinatown arts district and historic Downtown will once again transform into a massive spooktacular celebration of music, craft beer, food, art and entertainment. This year’s street festival promises Hawai‘i’s largest Halloween outdoor craft beer experience, food trucks, three stages of music and entertainment and the chance to win $1,000 in a costume contest. Then, walk your wicked self over to the after party at Club Hallowbaloo featuring eight clubs and just one cover charge.
Nu‘uanu Ave., Hotel, Smith and Pauahi streets; street festival: 5–10 p.m.; Club Hallowbaloo: until 2 a.m.; $10–$45, 21 and over (unless accompanied by an adult),
Rock the Block Halloween SpooktaculaThe Creepy Tiki Cruise
OCT. 28
Classic cars, pinup girls and … zombies? We can dig it. Put on your favorite poodle skirt, tease and grease up that hair and come on down to Rock the Block in Kaka‘ako for a throwback Halloween party featuring classic cars and bikes, pretty dames, gruesome zombies, street vendors, food trucks, live music by Ooklah, Jimmy Weeks and more.
Cooke and Auahi streets, free, 5–10 p.m.,
Halloween at the Hyatt
OCT. 31
Batmen, Wonder Women, this one’s for you: “League Up!” is your chance to suit up as your favorite superhero (or villain) for a night filled with tricks and treats. Fly solo or assemble the squad for the Halloween costume contest and you could win up to $2,000 in cash and prizes. Don’t want the night to end? Head over to the official after party at The District Nightclub and keep the fun going all night long.
Hyatt Regency Waikīkī Beach Resort and Spa, 2424 Kalākaua Ave., $10 general admission, $20 VIP (includes a glow stick, fast pass to skip lines and a candy pouch), 8 p.m.,
Your Guide to the Scariest Haunted Houses in Honolulu
Haunted Plantation
Your worst nightmares come true at the Haunted Plantation in Waipahu. On Friday the 13th, the Hawai‘i Plantation Village transforms into a haunted attraction complete with crazy circus clowns, gross zombies and a hideous pale woman. More than 70 costumed actors are hiding inside the houses in the village, waiting to scare you. The movie-quality special-effects makeup really adds to the extra creepiness factor. What’s even scarier are the stories of real ghosts reported on the site of this former sugar plantation village. Throw in some spooky music and fog—you’ve got a recipe for a good scare.
Oct. 13–15, 20–22, 27–29, 31, $15 general admission, $20 fast pass, Waipahu Plantation Village, 94-695 Waipahu St.,
Skeleton Key Presents Mummy: Curse of the Crypt by Jorge Garcia
You don’t need to take a trip to King Tutankhamun’s tomb in the Valley of the Kings to see mummies—a new haunted house in Kailua is packed with them. Mummy: Curse of the Crypt is Kailua’s newest haunt designed by Hawai‘i Five-O actor Jorge Garcia and produced by Skeleton Key Hawai‘i’s Kevin Keaveney. Your mission is to escape this long-lost Egyptian crypt to survive the mummy’s curse. Be prepared to feel claustrophobic. Tight spaces? You bet. You’ll need to navigate through the dark and winding tunnel with mummies creeping at every turn. Can you make it out alive?
​7–11 p.m. on Oct. 6–7, 13–14, 19–21, 26–31 and keiki-friendly days from 5–7 p.m. on Oct. 21, 28–29, $15 general admission, $20 fast pass, 171 A-Hamakua Drive,
Zombie Paintball Massacre
The undead are after you. You’re armed with a paintball gun and only one goal: Save the world. Good luck.
7–11 p.m., Oct. 13–14, 20–21, 27–31, $10 per person for groups of 10 or more, $12 presale, $15 at the door, $20 fast pass (tickets available at all military outlets, Razor Concepts and UH Campus Center), 919 Kekaulike St.,
Honolulu Family's Halloween Events in Hawai‘i-2017
Sunday, Oct. 1 through Oct. 31
Pumpkin Patch at Waimānalo Farm
Saturdays and Sundays, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Weekdays are often for school group visits only. Visit Waimānalo Country Farmsʻ Facebook page for the latest information.
Pick a pumpkin, sip on fresh lemonade and play at the farm at this pumpkin patch on O‘ahuʻs windward side. While youʻre there, stop by the sunflower patch, which will also be open this month.
Waimānalo Country Farms, 41-225 Lupe St., Waimānalo, (808) 306-4381,
Tuesday, Oct. 10
Movie Night at Kahuku Library: Ghostbusters
5:30 to 7:30 p.m.
This remake of the classic 1980s movie follows paranormal researcher Abby Yates and physicist Erin Gilbert as their research into modern ghosts proves to be too successful. Soon, they and two other New Yorkers must go to battle when 1,000 mischievous ghouls descend on Times Square. The movie is rated PG-13.
Free. Kahuku Public Library, 56-490 Kamehameha Highway, (808) 293-8935,
Saturday, Oct. 14 through Sunday, Oct. 29
Aloun Farms 17th Annual Pumpkin Festival
Saturdays and Sundays, 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Pick pumpkins, sweet corn, beans and sunflowers, then go for a free hayride or saddle up for a pony ride at this working farm in Kapolei. There will also be photo stations, carnival games and rides and a free WiFi hotspot. The first weekend, families can try free educational farm activities. Oct. 21 and 22 will have a free obstacle course and Oct. 28 will have costume contests and free carnival games. Bring two trash bags of gently used clothes to get free entry and a chance to win a family four-pack of passes to Wet ‘n’ Wild Hawai‘i. Pumpkins will be priced according to size. Bring cash. No checks or credit cards will be accepted.
$3 admission, kids 2 years and younger are free. Military Appreciation Day is Saturday, Oct. 28 when admission is free with military ID. Aloun Farms, Old Farrington Highway between Kapolei and Waipahu., (808) 677-9516,
Saturday, Oct. 14
Saturday Afternoon at the Movies: The Little Vampire
2 to 3:30 p.m.
Tony is the new kid in a small, remote village in Scotland, making him the target of bullies. He’s also having nightmares about vampires. One night, a young vampire, Rudolph, flies into his room and soon, the two are working together to help the family of vampires regain their humanity. The film is rated PG.
Free. Hawai‘i State Library, 478 S. King St., (808) 586-3520,
Felted Fall Pumpkins Workshop
2:30 to 4 p.m.
Make a woolly jack o’lantern with a local fiber artist. Felting needles are sharp so parents may want to stay to help their kids. The minimum age is 8, but 7-year-olds may come with a parent.
$20, 8 years and older. Art Explorium, 1142 Koko Head Ave., (808) 312-4316,
Sunday, Oct. 15
Spooky Scenes Workshop
2:30 to 4 p.m.
Kids will make ghosts, pumpkins, spiders and more from air-dry clay then create a pop-up scene as a backdrop.
$20, 5 years and older. Art Explorium, 1142 Koko Head Ave., (808) 312-4316,
Howl-O-Ween Woof-tacular & Doggie Escape Room
3 to 7 p.m.
Dressed-up dogs can celebrate with a costume contest, doggie limbo and trick contests, a pet photo booth and pumpkin prize pull. Sign up early for the Doggie Escape Room, where you need to find your spare keys to get a candy-stuffed Fido to the veterinarian. The family with the fastest time will win a prize pack of dog goodies. The event is a fundraiser for Assistance Dogs of Hawai‘i. Registration for the escape room begins at noon, a small participation donation fee is requested.
Free. 2961C East Mānoa Road, (808) 783-7390,
Monday, Oct. 16
Color Mask: Trick-or-Treat Event
3:30 to 4:30 p.m.
Make a superhero mask and trick-or-treat around the library. Kids in grades kindergarten through sixth grade will be given a nametag, which they will need to trick-or-treat.
Free. Mililani Library, 95-820 Maka‘imo‘imo St., Mililani, (808) 627-7470,
Tuesday, Oct. 17
Reading Awakens: This Halloween
5:30 to 7:30 p.m.
Dress up in your favorite Star Wars costume to join games, crafts, snacks and a selfie photo booth.
Free. Kahuku Public Library, 56-490 Kamehameha Highway, (808) 293-8935,
Wednesday, Oct. 18
Pumpkin Palooza
6:30 to 7:30 p.m.
Pumpkin stories, crafts, games, pumpkin pie in a cup and other activities will be available for kids. Young keiki must be accompanied by an adult.
Free. Waimānalo Public Library, 41-1320 Kalaniana‘ole Highway, (808) 259-2610,
Friday, Oct. 20
Halloween Family Camp at Camp Erdman
3:30 p.m. Friday, Oct. 21 through 2 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 22.
The not-so-spooky-themed camp for families includes three days and two nights in cabins with showers and all meals. Activities include a costume contest, arts and crafts, a haunted house, scavenger hunt-style trick-or-treating, swimming and hiking. In the past, arts and crafts included tie dying, candle making and pumpkin carving.
Rates begin at $115 per person for space for a tent to $1,240 for a deluxe cabin that houses up to eight people. Camp Erdman, 69-385 Farrington Highway, Waialua, (808) 637-4615,
Tim Burton Film Festival: Beetlejuice
8 p.m.
Arts and crafts, a themed costume contest and entertainment lead into the showing of Tim Burton’s story about two ghosts who test their haunting chops when two over-the-top yuppies threaten to makeover their home in this classic Tim Burton comedy. Alec Baldwin and Geena Davis call on freelance bio-exorcist Beetlejuice to chase the mortals out, but soon find they need to find a way to exorcise the exorcist. This movie is rated PG and runs one hour and 32 minutes.
$12 general admission; $7 for kids 4 to 17 years, seniors and military and students with ID. Kids 3 years and younger are not permitted. Hawai‘i Theatre, 1130 Bethel St., (808) 528-0506,
Saturday, Oct. 21
Pumpkin Picking at Red Barn Farmstand
8 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Pick a locally grown pumpkin at this Hale‘iwa shop and eatery. Pumpkins from Twin Bridge Farm will sell for $5 for medium ones, $10 for larger sizes. Then stick around for a live performance by Uncle Wayne and the Howling Dog Band at the Family Pau Hana. Ten dollar stew, chili or curry bowls as well as Red Barn's hummus dip and veggie plate will be for sale. Kids in costume will receive $1 off an entree.
Free admission. 66-320 Kamehameha Highway, Hale‘iwa, (808) 753-4350,
8th Annual Pumpkin Carving Festival
10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Watch a master carver turn a 1,200-pound pumpkin into a character from Beauty and the Beast, watch local high school students in a carving challenge. Families can buy a pumpkin-carving kit do make their own for $35. Proceeds benefit Keiki O Ka ‘Aina Family Learning Centers.
Free. $35 pumpkin carving kits include a pumpkin, tools, gloves and stencils. Windward Mall, 46-056 Kamehameha Highway, (808) 945-1005,
The Great Pumpkin Festival
10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Pick your favorite from more than 2,500 locally grown pumpkins at the largest patch in East O‘ahu, then create arts and crafts, play games and shop in the country store.
Free admission. Holy Nativity School, 5286 Kalaniana‘ole Highway, (808) 373-3232,
Halloween Event and Costume Contest at Salt Lake Shopping Center
10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Activities, a costume contest and center-wide trick-or-treating will be part of this annual event.
Free. Salt Lake Shopping Center, 848 Liliko‘i St., (808) 735-8822,
Spook Life Park at Sea Life Park
Noon to 4 p.m.
Trick-or-treat through the park, visit a haunted theater, see underwater pumpkin carving, enter the costume contest and play games for a special discounted price. The costume contest is for kids 12 years and younger, with prizes given to the most original in each age group. There will also be a category for costumes using recycled materials.
$13.01 kama‘āina admission with ID, kids 2 years and younger are free. Sea Life Park, 41-202 Kalaniana‘ole Highway #7, Waimānalo, (808) 259-2500,
Tim Burton Film Festival: Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children
2 p.m.
Arts and crafts, a themed costume contest and entertainment lead into the showing of Tim Burton’s story about a school for children with special powers. Note, some say this film is a bit scary for younger children. The movie is rated PG-13 and runs two hours and eight minutes.
$12 general admission; $7 for kids 4 to 17 years, seniors and military and students with ID. Kids 3 years and younger are not permitted. Hawai‘i Theatre, 1130 Bethel St., (808) 528-0506,
Sunday, Oct. 22
Pumpkin Picking at Red Barn Farmstand
8 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Pick a locally grown pumpkin at this Hale‘iwa shop and eatery. Pumpkins from Twin Bridge Farm will sell for $5 for medium ones, $10 for larger sizes.
Free admission. 66-320 Kamehameha Highway, Hale‘iwa, (808) 753-4350,
Tim Burton Film Festival: Corpse Bride
2 p.m.
Arts and crafts, a themed costume contest and entertainment lead into the showing of Tim Burton’s story about a groom who mistakenly becomes the fiancé of a ghost bride and is taken to the land of the dead. Now it’s up to him to get back to his real-life bride. This film is rated PG and runs one hour and 18 minutes.
$12 general admission; $7 for kids 4 to 17 years, seniors and military and students with ID. Kids 3 years and younger are not permitted. Hawai‘i Theatre, 1130 Bethel St., (808) 528-0506,
Halloween Glow Jars Workshop
2:30 to 4 p.m.
Make glowing glass jars with acrylic paint. Creations can be taken home and illuminated with battery-operated candles.
$15, 5 years and older. Art Explorium, 1142 Koko Head Ave., (808) 312-4316,
Wednesday, Oct. 25
Spooktacular Halloween Party
5:30 to 7:30 p.m.
Kids 12 years and younger can play Halloween-themed carnival games, win prizes and take pictures with Star Wars characters and a roving puppeteer.
Free. Kapolei Public Library, 1020 Manawai St., Kapolei, (808) 693-7050, Saturday, Oct. 28
Gunstock Ranch Fall Fun Day-presale discount
9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Spend some time in a petting zoo, enter costume contests, see horses in costume, play lawn games at this Halloween-themed day at the ranch. Kids can also buy script for pony and hay rides, pumpkin chucking, face and horseshoe painting. Lemonade, corn, shave ice and Gunstock Grass-fed beef will be for sale. Bring cash, closed toed shoes, and jogging strollers to help you roll over the sometimes uneven ground. You’ll receive a $3 discount on tickets if purchased online by Sunday, Oct. 15.
$5 admission presale, $8 at the door. Kids 2 years and younger are free. Gunstock Ranch, 56-250 Kamehameha Highway, Kahuku, (808) 293-2026,
Pre-Halloween Event and Trunk & Treat at ‘Aikahi Park Shopping Center
10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Enter a keiki costume contest and go trick-or-treating at participating stores, restaurants and cars.
Free. ‘Aikahi Shopping Center, 25 Kāne‘ohe Bay Drive, Kailua,
Halloween Spooktacular
10:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Face painting, Halloween Bingo, crafts and games are available. At 1 p.m. families can watch The Addams Family movie. Kids 5 years and younger must be accompanied by an adult. Face painting will be from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Bingo starts at 11 a.m.
Free. Waikīkī-Kapahulu Public Library, 400 Kapahulu Ave., (808) 733-8488,
Mililani Backyard Night-Halloween Event
5 to 9 p.m. Check in for the contest is at 5 p.m. Judging begins at 6 p.m. Movie starts at 7 p.m.
Join a keiki costume contest and do activities before watching the free showing of the live-action film, Beauty and the Beast. Prizes will be awarded for Cutest, Most Creative and Scariest in three age categories: 8 years and younger, 9 to 12 years and 13 years and older.
Free, you do need a wristband for entry. Mililani Shopping Center, 95-221 Kipapa Drive and 95-390 Kuahelani Ave., Mililani,
Kāhala Mall Costume Contest
5:30 to 8:30 p.m.
Prizes will be given to kids in eight categories including a family or group category.
Free. Kāhala Mall, 4211 Wai‘alae Ave., (808) 732-7736,
Mililani YMCA 5th Annual Trunk & Treat
5:30 to 8 p.m.
Trick-or-treat from car to car at this family event. For a fee, kids can play carnival games and jump in bouncers. Food will also be sold. The costume contest begins at 6 p.m.
Free. Mililani YMCA, 95-1190 Hikikaulia St., Mililani, (808) 275-4626,
Sunday, Oct. 29
Sunday Afternoon at the Movies: Beetlejuice
1 to 3 p.m.
Two ghosts test their haunting chops when two over-the-top yuppies threaten to makeover their home in this classic Tim Burton comedy. Alec Baldwin and Geena Davis call on freelance bio-exorcist Beetlejuice to chase the mortals out, but soon find they need to find a way to exorcise the exorcist. This movie is rated PG and runs one hour and 32 minutes.
Free. Waikīkī-Kapahulu Public Library, 400 Kapahulu Ave., (808) 453-6566,
Patterned Pumpkin Paintings Workshop
2:30 to 4 p.m.
Draw and paint a pumpkin while learning about patterns and colors.
$15, 5 years and older. Art Explorium, 1142 Koko Head Ave., (808) 312-4316,
Keiki Halloween Costume Contest and Trick-or-Treat at Royal Hawaiian Center
3 to 10 p.m. Contest begins at 4 p.m. Trick-or-treat begins at 6 p.m.
Kids and families can enter to win prizes in five categories: Cutest for kids 0 to 2 years, Most Creative for kids 3 to 5 years, Most Original for kids 6 to 10 years, Best Parent/Child Costume and Overall Grand Champion. All winners will receive Royal Hawaiian Center gift cards. Trick-or-treating will follow at participating merchants until 10 p.m. Parking will be a $5 flat rate for the day.
Free. Royal Hawaiian Center, 2201 Kalākaua Ave., (808) 922-2299,
Keiki Costume Ball at the Hawai‘I Children’s Discovery Center
5:30 to 7:30 p.m.
Trick-or-treat through the center, play games, do Halloween arts and crafts, ride the carousel, take pictures in a photo booth and have pizza and ice cream at this event for families.
$16 for nonmembers, $10 for members. Hawai‘i Children’s Discovery Center, 111 Ohe St., (808) 524-5437,
Windward YMCA Mermaids Halloween Show
3 p.m.
Watch the synchronized swimming mermaids. The class is offered every Sunday at the YMCA.
Free. Windward YMCA, 1200 Kailua Road, Kailua, (808) 261-0808,
Monday, Oct. 30
Trick-or-Treat Escape Room: Escape the Vampire’s Lair
3 to 7 p.m.
The clock is ticking. Teenagers have 30 minutes to solve the puzzles and decipher codes before the vampire wakes up to claim another victim. Advance registration is required. Seven people are allowed per session, there are four sessions.
Free. Pearl City Public Library, 1138 Waimano Home Road, (808) 453-6566,
Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them
4:30 to 7 p.m.
What happens when a magical creature escapes in New York City in the 1920s? Newt Scamander is returning home from a trip around the world documenting extraordinary beasts when a magical escapee and a suitcase mixup starts a chain of events that could threaten the wizarding and human worlds.
Free. Mililani Public Library, 95-450 Maka‘imo‘imo St., (808) 627-7470,
Tuesday, Oct. 31-Trick-or-Treat Spots
Ala Moana Center-5 to 7 p.m. 1450 Ala Moana Boulevard,
International Marketplace-5 to 7 p.m. 2330 Kalākaua Ave.,
Kāhala Mall-5:30 to 7 p.m. 4211 Wai‘alae Ave.,
Ka Makana Ali‘i-5:30 to 7:30 p.m. 91-5431 Kapolei Parkway, Kapolei,
Koko Marina Center-5 to 7 p.m. 7192 Kalani‘anaole Highway,
Mililani Shopping Center-5 to 7 p.m. 95-221 Kipapa Drive and 95-390 Kuahelani Ave., Mililani,
Royal Hawaiian Center-6 to 10 p.m. 2201 Kalākaua Ave.,
Wai‘anae Public Library-2:30 to 4:30 p.m. Non-candy items will be handed out and kids can do crafts and games. 85-625 Farrington Highway, Wai‘anae,
Ward Village-6 to 8 p.m. 1240 Ala Moana Boulevard,
Windward Mall-5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Kids 12 years and younger. 46-056 Kamehameha Highway, Kāne‘ohe,
submitted by madazzahatter to Oahu [link] [comments]

[REQUEST] A Few Select James Bond Franchise Scripts

Hey guys,
I've been looking around and I can't seem to find nice PDF's of a lot of original Bond franchise scripts.
If anyone in the community could point me in the right direction, I would greatly appreciate it! I've linked the current scripts I've found and will update the list if anyone can help me out.
Here is my hit list (Chronological by release)
Thunderball 1965 - Yet to be found: I've seen a site or two where you can supposedly buy a PDF for 25 USD, but free is preferable :D
License To Kill 1989 - Only transcribed versions found.
Goldeneye 1995 - Only transcribed versions found so far.
The World is Not Enough 1999 - Found:
Casino Royale 2006 - Found:
submitted by wilford_brimley1 to Screenwriting [link] [comments]

[Table] IAmA: I'm a computer scientist studying creepy things we can do with your online data – AMA

Verified? (This bot cannot verify AMAs just yet)
Date: 2014-05-27
Link to submission (Has self-text)
Questions Answers
If you guys know so much, why do you keep showing me advertisements of water heaters after I already bought one? This is an interesting question because it highlights how we are NOT using your data. While places like Amazon know what you have purchased, that doesn't always get incorporated into the algorithms to tell it to stop recommending things to you that you've already bought. It's a place where more data could make it better, but there are a lot of concerns about if information from all parts of the system should be integrated together. But you are right– without question, we have a long way to go in making better recommendations.
1) What can you do with all the information ? Is it only for advertisements ? I block them all so I will never know that you know. 2) Let's take my facebook account, everything is private, all the apps that can post anything public with my authorization are only for me. What can you find about me if I don't accept you in my friend list ? Ads are the place where there seems to be money in this now. However, I often (half) joke that if I get bored with this job, I would start a company that aggregates a lot of information about people, makes inferences over it (inferring things like commitment to your job, how well you work with others, how much of a procrastinator you are, etc.) and sell that report to businesses like your credit report gets sold. I think there is a lot of opportunity to make money off this data, but we are just starting to see this happen.
What do you think of Edward Snowden's actions? I have mixed feelings. As someone who has had a security clearance and who works with the government on a lot of projects, I think it was a very serious violation for him to share so much classified information. On the other hand, if the government (or part of it) is violating the laws designed to protect citizens, I understand his motivation for wanting to do something about it. He could not have achieved the same level of attention to these details in any other way.
But, I honestly try to focus my attention more on the science side than on the law/policy side. The latter is extremely important, but not where I have my deepest expertise.
What do you say to people who say, "Privacy is overrated. If the government snoops on you and finds you doing something illegal, then isn't that a good thing for society? If you're not breaking the law, what do you have to worry about? You'll benefit from all the bad guys we catch." I think there are two arguments to make. On the government side, it is, in some ways, an easier discussion because there are lots of laws about how the government can collect information on you and use it. There are definitely issues to discuss there, but there is a guiding framework of what the government should be allowed to do.
On the non-government side it gets tricky. As MashCaster pointed out in response to your question, people get fired for things they post online. I am working on a book now on how to conduct investigations through social media, and I have heard from dozens of family lawyers who talk about how they use social media in custody and divorce cases. The fact is that even if you aren't doing something wrong, there can be ways that information about your illegal activities can be used against you– whether it is honest or twisted a little bit. I think it's naive to pretend that privacy doesn't matter; it does, especially when you are involved with people (like in legal matters) who do not want to give you the benefit of the doubt.
Where do you draw the 'creepy line' when it comes to using online data, if at all? For example, do you think automatically scanning emails for information is acceptable - and will it continue to be as techniques grow ever-more sophisticated? I think each person's creepy line is different. I consider a lot of the stuff we can do - guessing who you will vote for, identifying your personality traits, etc - as kind of creepy because it can discover information you very explicitly try to keep private. Even more, the ability to compute that can come from things you don't expect. I tell the story in my TEDx talk linked above that liking the Facebook page for Curly Fries was shown to be one of the top predictors of high intelligence in a large study from Cambridge. That don't make a lot of sense, which means it can be very hard for an individual to prevent these algorithms from learning things about them.
I assume you guys are doing your due diligence with the statistics side of these inferences (i.e. correlation doesn't imply causality) so what real information can liking Curly Fries' facebook page tell you? Couldn't there be a bias (i'm smart so lots of facebook friends i have are also smart, my friend liked "curly fries" on facebook, insert hivemind/butterly effect) that makes some of these predictors relatively useless? I feel like what that statistic really demonstrates is the interconnectedness of intelligent people on social media. In the military/fraternity/sales worlds people will tell you the number one reason most people join is because they were asked to, and when my friend "likes" something on facebook there's a good chance I'll "like" it too. Today I liked that my friend was listening to a Red Hot Chili Peppers song. Enough to see them in concert? Probably not. Enough to buy the song? Maybe. Enough to click the image of a thumbs-up button? Sure! > couldn't there be a bias (i'm smart so lots of facebook friends i have are also smart, my friend liked "curly fries" on facebook, insert hivemind/butterly effect) You nailed it here. This isn't a bad thing - these kinds of patterns are what the algorithms are based on. This is a principle called homophily - you are friends with people like you. It is a huge part of why these algorihtms can work. Also, we are just looking at correlation, and that's ok. Liking curly fries correlates with high intelligence. We don't care why - the models just use that correlation to make a prediction. But one point that follows from your comments is that this data is volatile. It could be that curly fries correlates with intelligence today, but it won't next month (because people unlike it and others like it). That means you need a lot of ground truth data (e.g. actual intelligence scores for people) to rebuild the models frequently.
Has your work made you more parinoid about your own privacy? What things do you do to protect your own data? Can the data be used for good and if so in what ways? I think I was about this paranoid before, but I'm a bit more informed about it now :) I also keep my social media pretty carefully limited. My facebook page only has my most recent 3 or 4 weeks' worth of activity. I deleted everything older than that, and go through around once a week and delete all the things more than 3 weeks old (all my likes, comments, posts, etc). That limits what can be inferred about me from my profile. I don't think you need to go as far as I did, but cleaning out old stuff so your data footprint is smaller definitely limits what can be done with your profile data.
Well I was able to google you and get your home address and cell phone number so yeah... Yeah, I'm highly googleable. Getting all that public records information off the web is hard, and I haven't really spent any time on that. If that interests you, you might enjoy "Dragnet Nation" which recently was published.
I also work for a public university, so there alone, plenty of my personal information is shared.
My concern is more with what things people can infer from this data which is not obvious from the data itself. That is more insidious to me, and it's also the thing I focus on.
Hi, I coauthored a paper on using Twitter data responsibly for research (Link to Data like tweets are public, but they can be used in ways that violate privacy - like snowballing information across various sites. But given that it is all public, do these methods violate privacy? Do researchers have any responsibility to protect that privacy? Would love to hear your thoughts. I deal with these issues a lot as a researcher, as you know. My strategy has been to use the public data for research, but not to release the actual data from my experiments when I publish information about the algorithms I develop. People can replicate the experiments on other data; in fact, if they can't, it would show a weakness in my work.
But it's a hard question about whether this violates privacy. My personal thoughts on it are that using the tweets is fine. They really are public. However, once you do things with that data, you can end up with information that people never intended to share, and you can find that in ways that no human could understand. The actions that predict behaviors / traits often don't have any obvious meaningful connection. In that case, I think if you make the inferred information public, you are violating privacy. I think people should consent to how their information is used. If they make tweets public, they consent. But I don't think it's fair to assume an average user would understand how their actions lead to the inferences we make, so there really is no consent there.
Who am I? Looks like I don't need to bother answering this one :-)
Also - since you are from the University of Maryland, whata re some interesting or otherwise overlooked courses you would recommend? I am an intern learning information security right now and would be interested in your input. Also, what colleges/universities would you recommend for information technology? ones that I should avoid? As for universities, you can find good IT programs anywhere. I would recommend you consider what you want to get out of it when you're done - do you want to go to grad school? get a PhD? get a job doing security? work for a big company as internal IT support? Knowing a bit about that will help you find a department / university that caters to your interests.
What relevance does behavioral economics have in security? (serious question) Behavioral economics help you understand why people do what they do and how they make decisions. Your security systems have people using them. Thus, the more you understand about the human users, the more you can do to design systems that are usable and secure!
I live in Maryland, which is why I figured I'd ask you. I'm not entirely sure what I would like to eventually do, I was just wondering if there are any colleges in Maryland that you have a high regard for.
How about the colleges? UMD is a great option :)
Is the average profile a company/intelligence service can put together from the data they're retaining better than what an average psychiatrist is able to do? That's a really good question. I don't think we are getting to the point where we can do more with less data. Access to more data is what we focus on because it makes things work better.
If you have ALL the data, as in your intelligence example, that is much more powerful. In general, the more data you have the more effective these tools are.
What happens if you do not have an account on one of the popular social media websites; what can you find out then? That's a lot harder. I tend only to work with public open data (for research ethics reasons). However, even without an account, companies who use persistent cookies, especially advertising companies, can track you across the web using your IP address. There has not been a ton of work on what inferences you can draw from that, since researchers typically don't have access to that information. However, I suspect it could still be informative for some things.
Hi, thank's for doing AMA. My questions would be: 1) Do you think that we are slowly transforming into a society where a word privacy will stop to exist and our grandchildren will look at it the same way we do at cassette players? 2) If an average person on internet could do one thing to greatly increase their privacy, what would it be? Is it even worth trying with all the technology around? Nope, I don't think privacy is going to go away. As I mentioned to someone else in this AMA, there are situations, like legal cases, where no one is going to give you forgiveness or the benefit of the doubt for something stupid you put online in your teens. It will be used against you if it supports the other side. Privacy will always be valuable.
It is extremely difficult to get your information off the web all together (I'll plug the book "Dragnet Nation" again, which speaks to this directly). However, from my research on my current book, social media in general, and facebook in particular, is the place where people find the most information. So the best thing you can do is crank up your privacy settings, be careful about what you share (don't assume those privacy settings are iron clad), and delete old stuff that you've posted liberally and frequently. None of this is surefire protection - content is archived, people make copies, privacy settings aren't perfect, etc - but these measures will make it a lot harder for people to track down potentially negative information to use against you.
How can I maximize my effectiveness in being creepy about other's data? Step 1. Collect extensive data from at least tens of thousands of users. More is better.
Step 2. ?
Step 3. Profit.
The ? in step 2 can be replaced by implementing some of the many algorithms people discuss in the literature, but the core reason these creepy inferences aren't used extensively is because the algorithms require LOTS of data to work well. Most people just don't have access to that. It's hard, time consuming, and expensive to get (unless, of course, you work at a company that collects it).
What if my goal is not to profit, but rather to be able to walk up to someone and creep them the hell out? Y'know, just enough to haunt their nightmares a little. This guy did that and the result is pretty awesome: Link to
Are you still playing hockey? Yep. 9:50 this Saturday at Kettler Capitals Iceplex if you'd like to come watch!
What can I do to minimize the amount of data collected on me? I don't use Facebook, Twitter or any other social media other than Reddit. I buy as little as possible online. I pay cash whenever possible IRL, and I never join clubs or use store credit cards. I am not a technical person, but what other programs should I use or sites should I avoid? I mentioned DoNotTrackMe. I'm not sure that will catch more than what you have, but it's a nice option. Also, find a plugin to block google analytics scripts if you don't have one yet. So many sites use that, and it can allow a lot of your browsing history to be reconstructed. (I have no insight into whether google is doing that, but I don't like the idea that it could be done)
Is there a way I could use these methods to search about myself so I could edit the findable stuff? These methods tend to rely on easily accessible public data. A much more useful step would be to go through all your social media accounts, check your privacy settings, and increase them if necessary.
That's what I try to do. But aren't there companies thst can view behind the privacy settings, buy your info from facebook? Or rather buy the info of 26 year old people from Bradford doing my job... so that they're fairly sure its me? Ah yes. Some companies buy it and some get it other ways (through apps, partnerships, etc). In those cases you don't have a lot of control. You can not post the data in the first place, which is not a very helpful suggestion. You might also look at some of the data aggregators and see what they have about you. "Dragnet Nation", which I've talked about in a few other answers, talks about this in an interesting way.
The obsession with social media truly mystifies me. Can you enlighten those who might not be aware of just how much info can be collected just by observing browsing history and what kinds of data these sites/apps collect from us? Link to
It shows the huge number of personal traits that can be accurately predicted from someone's Facebook likes and the fact that the likes do not need to be obviously connected to the trait being predicted. For example, if someone likes the GOP page on Facebook, it's not hard to guess that they might be a Republican. But many inferences come from likes that are way less obvious or even nonsensical. It shows that even when you try to keep information about yourself private, things you do that seem to have no connection to it can reveal this information about you.
Supposedly the Pentagon has a zombie apocalypse emergency plan - Link to Yes! I have an apocalypse bag (for zombies or other emergencies that could beset the DC area where fleeing would be good). It has a change of clothes, a bit of cash, first aid kit, food, medicine, and camping gear (axe, knife, flashlight, crank radio, etc.)
As a self-described tracker of the zombie apocalypse, do you have a plan in place? We keep water in the car so, if I had to leave, I'd just grab the bag and go. We had an earthquake here in DC in the middle of the night one time. It woke me up and I remember sleepily thinking to myself "Nuclear detonation or earthquake? Maybe I should get the apocalypse bag and head out." Fortunately, it was no big deal, but I was ready!
Are we significantly less exposed if we do not use FB and Twitter? Is there any significant effort at the moment to mine patterns of use inside of TOR? Academic researchers focus on the easiest data to get, and that's FB and twitter. Your posts elsewhere are less studied and thus less exposed.
There's definitely no significant work on patterns inside TOR. Someone may have looked at that, but I don't remember seeing anything about it.
I never had a facebook account. Am I really safe from your stalking ? I do Twitter, too. Lots of data could be used for this kind of stalking, but Facebook and Twitter have been the main focus of academic researchers.
What's a good way to start learning this for a physics researcher? (In-depth, not the layman's tour.) Laszlo Barabasi is a physicist who has done work in this network science space. Starting with his research would be a great place to jump in.
Hi, Jen, What's your favorite James Bond film? I never got into the old Bond movies, so I like the new ones better. I loved Skyfall, but I think Casino Royale is probably my favorite.
Tricks on us, you are mining our responses to analyze. I mentioned it in another response, but if you DO want to analyze yourself, you can use Link to on your Twitter account. It uses text analysis tools from LIWC at to create a brief psychological profile. It's pretty cool.
Well she finally showed up. The crowd was starting to get surly, but I hope she doesn't get thrown to the lions. The responses to my error in posting too early has made it a less than ideal experience, but now I know better for next time. I thought the post would be held until my scheduled time. And it upsets people when it sits here without answers. Got it.
Also, entirely1, thanks for sticking up for me everywhere!
Last updated: 2014-05-31 12:50 UTC
This post was generated by a robot! Send all complaints to epsy.
submitted by tabledresser to tabled [link] [comments]

Casino Royale Official Trailer (2006) James Bond Movie HD ... ( @Fallimha 105 The Jackal  #فلمها 105 ) Rejected Title Song from CASINO ROYALE by SANDRA (2007 ... اوفيس 2007 عربي كامل رابط مباشر مع السيريال Casino Royale Main Theme (You Know My Name) - Piano ... Top 10 Casino Tips You Need To Know To Beat The House ... Lessons from the Screenplay - YouTube The Man Who Cheated Vegas Casinos For Years And Stole ... Casino Royale - Chris Cornell - You Know My Name - YouTube

Read, review and discuss the entire Casino Royale movie script by Neal Purvis on Finally, the Casino Royale script is here for all you fans of the Daniel Craig James Bond movie. This puppy is a transcript that was painstakingly transcribed using the screenplay and/or viewings of the movie to get the dialogue. I know, I know, I still need to get the cast names in there and all that jazz, so if you have any corrections, feel free to 007 casino royale script pdf<br> casino royale screenplay 21e4656e5b . Casino Royale Pdf Script Downloa. casino royale pdf script download. フォローする . ウォッチ数. 0. メンバー. オーナー. langavaswei. 閉じる ... Well, the movie is called Casino Royale, and I just won the poker game. I guess the movie is over after one last action scene. MADS kidnaps EVA and a car chase ensues. DANIEL CRAIG. Perfect. A big car chase climax and we've got a nice, taut little movie. Suddenly the car chase ends abruptly. DANIEL gets TORTURED, then NOT TORTURED. EVA GREEN Casino Royale Script PDF - 12/13/05 REVISED DRAFT at Script City ($) Casino Royale Script PDF - [12/13/05][stamped] at Script Fly ($) Casino Royale Transcript at Script-O-Rama; Note: Multiple links are listed since (a) different versions exist and (b) many scripts posted become unavailable over time. Please notify me if you encounter a stale link. Other Links: Casino Royale ( tt0381061 ) at ... Casino Royale: by Neal Purvis & Robert Wade (revised by Paul Haggis, based on a novel by Ian Fleming) Scribd: December 13, 2005 draft script in pdf format: IMDb: dvd: Cast Away : by William Broyles, Jr. Daily Script: Undated, unspecified draft script in html format: IMDb: video, dvd, cd, book: Cast Away: by William Broyles Jr. Drexel Screenplay Library: Unspecified script in html format: IMDb ... Read Script Casino Royale (2006) Written by Neal Purvis, Robert Wade, and Paul Haggis. Synopsis. Le Chiffre, a banker to the world's terrorists, is scheduled to participate in a high-stakes poker game in Montenegro, where he intends to use his winnings to establish his financial grip on the terrorist market. M sends Bond – on his maiden mission as a 00 Agent – to attend this game and ... Author: OTG Software, Inc.NZZZY2ZZZIUZPN3ZZZYZZSZPRZ7ZZ5ZCJ2HDZ Created Date: 1/18/2006 11:46:38 AM Casino Royale script (2006) (pdf) Quantum of Solace script (2008) (Dialogue transcript) Posted on June 22, 2011 March 6, 2014 Author boom Tags 007, a view to a kill script, A View To Kill, A View To Kill script, Casino Royale, Casino Royale script, Daniel Craig, Diamonds are Forever, Diamonds are Forever script, Die Another Day, Die Another Day script, Dr.No script, Dr.No script script, For ... Recent Posts ‘The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel’ Pilot Episode Breakdown & Script Download December 10, 2020; 10 “Perfect” Movie Scripts: Rotten Tomatoes 100% Club December 9, 2020; The 38 Most Common Spec Script Problems (300 Scripts Analyzed) November 30, 2020 6 Screenwriting Tips from Writing Duo Seth Rogen & Evan Goldberg November 24, 2020; What to Expect from Your Manager, Agent and ...

[index] [25776] [32561] [16905] [7072] [19333] [14743] [22866] [8396] [33585] [28700]

Casino Royale Official Trailer (2006) James Bond Movie HD ...

Do you ever want to know some casino secrets to help you beat the house when gambling, well this video is for you. From blackjack tips to poker strategy, her... With Lessons from the Screenplay, I make videos that analyze movie scripts to examine exactly how and why they are so good at telling their stories. Part educational series and part love letter to ... SUBSCRIBE for new videos: out more MovieSounds: Cornell - You Know My NameMovie © Columbia Pictures Subscribe to TRAILERS: to COMING SOON: to MOVIE NEWS: Like us on FACEBOOK: ... When one man discovers a way to beat the system, Vegas becomes his playground. From slot machine alone he steals millions with the authorities none the wiser... اشترك في القناة رابط تحميل البرنامج رابط مدونتي download ... What If Sandra sang the James Bond opening number on the 2007 (Daniel Craig 007) blockbuster; CASINO ROYALE? **Special thanks and courtesy of Eon and MGM** (... Download midi and sheet music: Piano tutorial transcribed by - Request yours! Follow u... An introduction to game development tutorial using vanilla JavaScript and HTML5 canvas. Build a complete brick-breaker game while learning the fundamentals o... PDF document of the episode: ... Writers: Kenneth Ross (earlier screenplay Day of the Jackal), Chuck Pfarrer (screen story) and others Stars: Bruce Willis, Richard Gere, Sidney Poitier and others ...