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Windows 7: Windows 7 Lite Builds - SFT

31 Aug 2009   #91

Windows® 8 Pro (64-bit)

is the light build available now?

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31 Aug 2009   #92


Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Dinesh View Post
is the light build available now?
No, not yet.
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01 Sep 2009   #93

Windows 7 Ultimate RTM x86

Well done.

Im pissed in waiting for help here and try to do it bymyself.

I use an pc like:
Athlon X2 5.000+


Iv installed the .NET Framework 3.5 SP1 and 2, updated as well.

Iv installed the vlite final and the one before it. Its working without the waik full instalation.

Well, use the WINDOWS 7 PRO X86 edition to do the lited. I removed some drives, images/sounds/videos samples, speak support, tabble pc, screensavers, and some other fru frus.

The ISO now is about 1.20Gb and its working perfectly. All the stuffs are working, the media player, media center, dvd maker, stuffs from windows 7 pro, and everythink is working without errors or issues.

The OS is working with more speed and its better then the full ISO. Better in speed...

The lite is note finished yet. I will do some changes and remove more shi$#% that nobody uses or care about. When its donne I will upload the ISO in some sources and bring you the links.

-> IK choose the PRO but I will do it with the ultimate and home premium too. The deal is to have ISO about 900mb with full os stuffs and functionalities, without errors or issues, and the most speed in lite category. When its donne, Ill compress the ISOs with UHARC or KGB to get the smallest files possible.

Sorry about my english. Im from brazil.
And relax, I think the ISOs will be made using the us official release, not the ptbr translated.
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01 Sep 2009   #94

Windows 7 Ultimate RTM x86

Just for concern...

The process of extracting the win7 pro from the full ISO take about 2 minutes. The hole process of removing components, drives, etc, take about 5 minutes, without errors or issues.

I noticed that with the win7 rtm final, the vlite works better than with the other versions of os.

I recommend you to take a try it.

Make your own win7 lite edition and have fun.
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04 Sep 2009   #95

home: Windows 7 x64 • work: OS X 10.4.11

Thanks yro, very interesting. Good to see you are making progress and having fun
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04 Sep 2009   #96

Microsoft Community Contributor Award Recipient

Vista x64 / 7 X64

vlite works very well on 7. You can do more fine tuning with Dism , if you like - but for most purposes, vlite on it's own will do the job.

If anyone wants to share what they have done - just attach the Last Session.ini to their post. It is in the vlite Presets folder.
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05 Sep 2009   #97

Windows 7 Ultimate RTM x86

Ok, I have a problem here. I can't upload a 1.2gb file so I will post here the sessions ini files and explain what can be removed and some other tweaks.

talking about dism.. I cant find this app and some tutorial like an how to. Can you explain how to use it?

By the way, my windows 7 pro lite is about to be more lited. Right now te ISO has 1.2gb. The deal is to have the ISO with 900mb (maximum package size), with all the features in win7 and no issue.

Im using this lited here, to post right now. Lite, fast and tweaked as I wanted to. No problems until now.

::: sorry about my english.
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05 Sep 2009   #98

Windows 7 Ultimate X64 RTM

Id be interested in seeing performance benchmarks if there are any measurable differences.
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05 Sep 2009   #99


Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by EarlZ View Post
Id be interested in seeing performance benchmarks if there are any measurable differences.
There are no performance gains that are not otherwise achievable in a full install. The gain is reduced usage of system resources in the baseline.
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06 Sep 2009   #100

Windows 7 Ultimate RTM x86

Antman, sorry but youre wrong.

The performance can be better when some tweaks are made in the lite iso.

Like mine.
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