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Windows 7: Windows 7 Lite Builds - SFT

06 Sep 2009   #101
Antman

 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by yro View Post
Antman, sorry but youre wrong.

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

Like mine.
Don't tell me. Show me.

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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08 Sep 2009   #102
yro

Windows 7 Ultimate RTM x86
 
 

Ok.

I will show it.
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13 Oct 2009   #103
MaliciousOne

Windows 7 Ultimate x64 (RTM)
 
 

YRO we are still waiting for you to "show" us.
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13 Oct 2009   #104
The Cool Guy

Windows 8 x64
 
 

yeah me too
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11 Nov 2009   #105
SausageHacker

Windows 7 Home Premium RTM x64
 
 

Count me in

I am also involved over at MSFN- you can find my thread here.

I specialize in bringing the tools of slimming and customization to the average user. I maintain a small program called 7Slimmer that essentially automates the process of slimming a Windows 7 x86-64 install. It isn't anything fancy, but is certainly easier than command line.

I hate it when people nag because I can't upload files like imagex and for the most part all my completed projects. I would like to share them- they aren't activated so it's perfectly legal. Feel free to dig around that thread and those related to it. I'll attach latest version of 7Slimmer (0.2) that I just compiled like 15 minutes ago:


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File Type: zip 7Slimmer86-64.zip (146.3 KB, 770 views)
File Type: zip Source.zip (65.2 KB, 339 views)
File Type: zip Guides.zip (9.5 KB, 509 views)
File Type: txt README.txt (882 Bytes, 568 views)
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11 Nov 2009   #106
Zidane24

Windows 7 Home Premium x64 - Mac OS X 10.6.4 x64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by SausageHacker View Post
Count me in

I am also involved over at MSFN- you can find my thread here.

I specialize in bringing the tools of slimming and customization to the average user. I maintain a small program called 7Slimmer that essentially automates the process of slimming a Windows 7 x86-64 install. It isn't anything fancy, but is certainly easier than command line.

I hate it when people nag because I can't upload files like imagex and for the most part all my completed projects. I would like to share them- they aren't activated so it's perfectly legal. Feel free to dig around that thread and those related to it. I'll attach latest version of 7Slimmer (0.2) that I just compiled like 15 minutes ago:
Are you from MSFN (The same SausageHack from there?) If so than I based part of my ZLite work on your findings...great to see an intelligent face over here
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11 Nov 2009   #107
Zidane24

Windows 7 Home Premium x64 - Mac OS X 10.6.4 x64
 
 

Looks like you are...if you want I can give off to you where I left off with ZLite...

It never amounted to much due to issues with vLite...but nonetheless the app has great promise
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12 Nov 2009   #108
SausageHacker

Windows 7 Home Premium RTM x64
 
 

yup thats me glad to see some people are making use of my program. do whatever you want with it
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12 Nov 2009   #109
iseeuu

 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by SausageHacker View Post
yup thats me glad to see some people are making use of my program. do whatever you want with it
Thanks to you! I have dl the files and put this on my list of things to try out (can't say when yet) and will post back with results.

Cheers!
Robert
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12 Nov 2009   #110
gregrocker

 

I spent all last winter vLiting Win7 to see if it could run faster on old boxes with 528 ram and low CPU.

What I found is that there is no appreciable difference in bare bones Vliting than Basic or Ultimate. Low ram or video shuts down aero by default so that is handled. Then the services which are normally shutable - security center, defender, firewall, updates, etc - simply do not yield back enough performance gains to do without them, except perhaps Offline files, plus indexing and advanced graphics standard trims.

They are ALL infinitely more optimized in Win7 than Vista.

The only way I made appreciable gains at recovering RAM is to cut down my gadgets and strip my AV down to Avast, run with Defender and Win Firewall.

This was hard to swallow, but it represented dozens of vLite attempts and successes, and every possible service config: Vlite to the bones, Basic, Starter - the only need is to get it on a netbook. Ultimate will default as low as any other when on 528 ram, low CPU.
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