28,605 YouTube views can't BE WRONG
who is wrong then, him or me? its just 2 different ways of doing things. i prefer my way
that video has 6730 views with 274 updoots. only 274 updoots out of 6730 views? that aint a lot.
It’s not the size, mate, it's how you use it.
Please first ask yourself "Why is your goal "reducing iso"?" Are u trying to reduce the footprint of windows? Or is it completely experimental?
1) You can use "Lite" preset in the components page.
2) You can set to "Custom" on updates page.
3) You can ReUseDriverCache on drivers page.
4) You can remove the languages and drivers you don't need on components page if its not removed completely by Lite preset.
5) On Apply Page, Select For ESD Compression and Remove NonEssantialEditions, like all of them.
And i can assure you, this will be the smallest size you will ever get. But as every windows shared on internet in named as "performance edition, lite, super duber perfect windows etc clown shows", this one will be the same. I mean NonUpdatable, and will most likely have lots of compatibility issues since you will be removing nearly everything, without checking for what your softwares will need...
So your goal shouldn't be slimming down windows to the bones, your goal should catch functinal windows without the things you don't need. It takes LOTS of tries untill you find your own configuration. We can share ours, but it is not meant for you, its for our usage style.
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Yes the price of any hardware is absurd. Video cards should be worth a Ferrari soonstuff costs @AeonX double what i would pay for something. crucial ram(ballistix) is at very good prices for sometime, £38 for 8gb single ballastix. for 98% of what i do 8gb is enough but the 16gb upgrades i got recently are insurance incase what i do tomorrow changes.
One of the reasons is lower power consumption especially on laptops to increase battery life or for people who don't mind certain luxuries (4K resolution) or live in a country where high-end hardware is much more expensive than their income. I would like a slightly better graphics card but it was too expensive and maybe I didn't even need it. But for the moment it's great, when things get back to normal (if they do) I'll do an upgrade.there are various reasons to have a machine low to middle spec and with that you have to get as many resource savings as you can. its something i always had and when funds increased i didnt lose that habit.
yep i checked that one also years ago. he also hides a bat file in the system32 bla bla bla folder to make changes after system installation.... script commands are not professional and buggy.... amateurs...I checked out another ISO hyped on YouTube, Ghost Spectre (3.11 GB).
This one wasn't made with NTLite, but we can reverse-engineer the removal list using NTLite (the wrong way). Mount the image. Uncheck all of the Compatibility boxes, and then uncheck all components. Save the preset.
What we created is a list of (almost) all components NTLite finds in the image. Now repeat this process using the RTM ISO. Compare both lists to find the "missing components".
TLDR - most of UWP apps, both Edges (Chromium & Legacy), edgeupdate, edgewebview
There might be perf tweaks hidden in the image. But again, not very original for component removals.
Compact & Lite presets look identical, except I know Lite was created later (from the version string). Didn't look inside the image to see what registry or service changes were made.
Basically anyone can pick a EDM soundtrack and hype their ISO.
low end silent graphics cards like my gt710s used to start at around £30 up to 40ish. if you use an igpu and you cant get a driver for it a gt710 is good enough. damned if im paying £70 upwards grrrrrr. not many low end cards about anymore and with supply shortagesVideo cards should be worth a Ferrari soon