nLite lets you choose which components to remove from Windows 2000, XP or 2003 before installation. By removing unneeded components you gain on your system speed and security. It supports removal of almost any component and few services. You can make a bootable ISO and easily slipstream Service packs with a click of a button. Use the easy cd-key implementation so you don't need to enter it during setup.
- upd: 7z.exe to 9.20
- upd: Added a warning if ISO creation was skipped
- upd: Added a warning about KB2686509 compatibility with tweaks and removals
- fix: OEM Branding option caused a generic error occured in gdi+
- fix: Direct KB975254 integration for XP Pro
- upd: Brazilian Portuguese translation
Reviewing 18.104.22.168 (Aug 29, 2013)
Thanks. I am using "nLite-ed" XP daily.
Now can't waiting for W7/8 edition.
Reviewing 22.214.171.124 (Aug 24, 2013)
Reviewing 126.96.36.199 (Sep 13, 2010)
i like this it is very good, but i like to see a win 7 version, is that in the pipe line soon..
Reviewing 188.8.131.52 (Oct 16, 2008)
nlite is one of the most useful free software tools available. Just like with any new software, you must take the time to read how to use it; otherwise, you may end up with a bunch of coasters before you get a good image. It is very easy to use as long as you're not trigger happy with the mouse. This software does work best with volume licensed media. Another great program for downloading Microsoft standalone updates is called Windows Download Updater.
A cool thing about nlite is that, while it does not allow you to slipstream hardly any Microsoft programs (only a couple), you can sneak sysinternals suite into the "image" using nlite. These tools are the best out there and worth downloading if anyone is unfamiliar with them. freeware.
One last thing. It does not matter how intelligent a person is, there is always a learning curve with anything new. The arrogance that is typical of most IT people is present because of their inferiority complex. Let's not stereotype ourselves to the outside world. If someone has a question about something they don't understand, help them out. Isn't that what we are on this page for?
Reviewing 184.108.40.206 (Sep 11, 2008)
Yes, this software has a small learning curve (which is probably UU's problem), but once you master it, nLite works perfectly.
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