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Can I disable the CEIP and Application Experience Tasks in the task scheduler without hesitation?

I'm talkin about:

\Microsoft\Windows\Application Experience: 
      "AitAgent" and "ProgramDataUpdater"
\Microsoft\Windows\Customer Experience Improvement Program: 
      "Consolidator", "KernelCeipTask" and "UsbCeip"
\Microsoft\Windows\Customer Experience Improvement Program\Server:
      "ServerCeipAssistant", "ServerRoleCollector" and "ServerRoleUsageCollector"
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