Smallest possible installed size with Google Chrome

Karro

New Member
hello all ,
i have been trying to use the sample xml files but the disks size in virtual machine guest still ends up being quite big.
Is there anyone who has some xml file i can use . i need the smallest possible windows 7 and/or windows 10 install with just Google Chrome installed.
Does anyone have something i can use ?
updates etc are not needed . networking and chrome should work. thats about it.
so just
1. virtualbox extensions
2. chrome
3. networking ( to connect out via ethernet on virtual guest )

Thank you guys.
 

ege914

Active Member
i can give u tons of xml files that suits you but i don't think it's the point. using ntlite is about making your own
 

Kasual

Well-Known Member
Is there anyone who has some xml file i can use . i need the smallest possible windows 7 and/or windows 10 install with just Google Chrome installed.
Does anyone have something i can use ?
What is the drive size and how big (or small) you have done?
RAM in computer?
 

Karro

New Member
This is for a VM and i would love to have a 1GB vm ( memory ) and disk around 4-5GB

Thanx and have a great new year
 

Kasual

Well-Known Member
I'm testing 7 x86 in VirtualBox, no hibernation and no pagefile files and removing also some leftovers, Pale Moon browser unattended ~2.5 GB.
 

Kasual

Well-Known Member
275 MB running only task manager.
510 MB runing task manager + 1 tab playing a youtube video in Pale Moon.
450 MB no video site.
 

Kasual

Well-Known Member
Dou you mean the preset file?

VM Settings are:
VirtualBox 5.2.34
1 GB RAM (setting 4 GB RAM uses more RAM, ~450 MB instead of 275 MB)
12 GB drive
Other settings are by default when adding new VM.

I'm running on laptop
Intel Core i3 1.8 GHz
12 GB RAM
WD Scorpio black 7200 RPM drive
 

Karro

New Member
no i meant the xml file for settings ..or is it just remove everything i can think of :) trial and error

thanx again
 

Kasual

Well-Known Member
Let me arrange the presets to 1 as I have split the process for trial and error, I'm doing tests right now.
 
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