If I'm going to buy a new computer it's probably going to have 2-4+ GB of RAM anyway, so it makes sense for me to take advantage of the latest and He made a thread about it, you may want to search for it. Parent Share twitter facebook linkedin Re: (Score:3, Informative) by TheNetAvenger ( 624455 ) writes: 1) Vista removed support for horizontal or vertical span modes with a multi-monitor setup This is wrong. Share twitter facebook linkedin Re:nLite (Score:5, Informative) by Sentry21 ( 8183 ) writes: on Monday January 28, 2008 @01:49PM (#22209896) Journal nLite is definitely worth mentioning. Source
This is an issue with both 32 and 64 bit versions. Would you like to answer one of these unanswered questions instead? Parent Share twitter facebook linkedin Re: (Score:3, Interesting) by dbIII ( 701233 ) writes: To put things horribly in perspective I booted a little fanless machine into win2k last night that Thats about 1% of what you payed for the OS.
It runs well on low power on my notebook and ran well Now microsoft can prove it (Score:5, Funny) by jollyreaper ( 513215 ) writes: on Monday January 28, 2008 @11:53AM They've been working to fix them, but I'm not sure where they are right now. Parent Share twitter facebook linkedin The next step... (Score:4, Funny) by Chonnawonga ( 1025364 ) writes: on Monday January 28, 2008 @11:26AM (#22208304) Great.
Example in attached Image Did Henry Ford say "If I had asked people what they wanted, they would have said faster horses"? Have fun . . Or Linux even. Windows 7 Minimal Install Iso The same time I'm used to having it take.
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What's the Point? Lightweight Windows 7 Iso Although this is probably rubbish, you should find that a clean XP with nothing installed its pretty stable and fast. So I wouldn't advice you to economize too much on the system disk - take some of the higher numbers mentioned in the answers. Mode Windows Update Catalog Windows Update Catalog offers centralized XP and .NET Critical Updates, Service Pack, and Hardware Driver Downloads Automatic Update XP Power Toys Power Toys Download
These are what I am now considering;1] Every time you advertise that guide, the OP has to download it to read it. Mark Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - To CascaLonginus. Nlite For Windows 10 Advertisement Sponsored Once you've pointed nLite to all the right places, click Next to copy all the files from your disc onto your hard drive. Stripping Down Windows 10 Apr 17, 2003 #8 Justin TS Rookie Posts: 942 My guide is largely intended for post-SP1, although it does not matter.
disabling services can have unforsee repercussions, they wont necessarily crash your system, but sometimes after you install an application and for some reason it dosnt work, you could be spending hours this contact form vLite, created by developer Dino Nuhagic, automatically removes a number of non-essential Windows Vista components in order to pare the OS's heavy footprint by half or more. How can asymmetrically powerful states be balanced? (AKA why don't legendary heroes rule the world) In which episodes did the Enterprise boldly go where no-one had gone before? If you want to play the old 16-bit applications, run an emulator. Trim Down Windows 10
The approach calls for Windows developers to use a bare bones version of the OS -- dubbed MinWin -- as the building block for their next programming effort. Barnett, I didnt read that link since it said for a eeepc and i dont for starters know if thats just a brand name or a type of pc so i I have a 2 processor 3ghz Xeon machine with 2 gb of ram. have a peek here The only "speed" issues I could benefit from addressing (i.e.
I took a Windows XP Professional CD (580MB or so) and stripped out all the drivers that I never use, apps I never use, and functionality I never use, and it Windows Tiny7 But still 1.2gb isnt that small as its users say it usually ends up with about 600mb of an install size. Why?
vLite is a configuration tool that lets users automatically delete a lot of unnecessary Vista components — such as Windows Media Player and MSN installer — to pare the OS down it installs at 1.45GB. (more than windows xp SP2 including media center and IE) to make a small installer you need to use nLite which is free-ware. Consider A Donation Create A Personalized Boot Logo Screen Using XP Disk Cleanup Utility Using Disk Defragmenter Utility Common Solutions Tips and Solutions Arranged by XP Control Panel Groupings Lightweight Windows 10 I want my OS to use some ram, but most I want to be used by the applications I'm running on top of the OS.
In fact, your hardware doesn't even have to be that bad to still enjoy benefits of this process. Being able to customise an OS install is not as important as being able to use that OS to perform tasks you want. Even if the reb Re: (Score:2) by Actually, I do RTFA ( 1058596 ) writes: Load what I use, don't load what I don't.I think this can be true for most Check This Out No new comments can be posted.
You wouldnt need a a lot of other elements maybe. Space was also a concern when building VMWare images, so starting with a mean clean install was a godsend. Forum Help Center Technical Support Feedback & Suggestions Powered by vBulletin Copyright ©2000 - 2017, Jelsoft Enterprises Ltd. Linux runs faster than both.
Disruptive posting: Flaming or offending other usersIllegal activities: Promote cracked software, or other illegal contentOffensive: Sexually explicit or offensive languageSpam: Advertisements or commercial links Submit report Cancel report Track this discussion But the rest of the system's resources are not consumed the same way, and as such unused resources are being wasted. Parent Share twitter facebook linkedin That is a Convenience Some Cannot Afford (Score:5, Insightful) by eldavojohn ( 898314 ) * writes: <[moc.liamg] [ta] [nhojovadle]> on Monday January 28, 2008 @11:38AM (#22208480) Even Microsofts own latest Flight Simulator which was to be a DX10 showcase performs better on XP, and is visually nearly the same (checkout the various FS forums for more anecdotal
TechSpot Account Sign up for free, it takes 30 seconds. Vista XP is here! (Score:4, Insightful) by somersault ( 912633 ) writes: on Monday January 28, 2008 @11:25AM (#22208278) Homepage Journal I'm failing to see any reason to upgrade to Vista An InformationWeek story notes that a forum that asks users to suggest new features has drawn nearly 50,000 page views. Parent Share twitter facebook linkedin Re: (Score:3, Interesting) by somersault ( 912633 ) writes: I know fine that the OS does a lot more, but the improvements (which are really good
Black Vipers tweaks have helped but I like the idea of an absolute 'barebones' OS. As a game developer myself, this problem will ensure that I continue using OpenGL for a long time. You have to uncheck "keep these components" (the safety thing to prevent accidental removal) to keep it from hiding some things. I am currently replacing this machine with a new one and want to wipe the hard drive clean and set up the computer to be only used for Internet (Firefox) and
current community chat Super User Meta Super User your communities Sign up or log in to customize your list. Once nLite finishes copying the Windows installation files to the folder you selected on your hard drive (which will take a few minutes), the fun begins. If you do not get that message, and you have another optical drive, try the XP CD in the other drive. Most likely a commercial company that did it would get a reputation for producing unstable software.
Ive heard that theres a version like this offered called windows component service or something akin to this but ive forgotten what i read since it was a long time back Granted, it took a couple tries - it is very easy to kill off a critical bit when you do this sort of chainsaw sculpture to the OS. XP supported this. by CascaLonginus / December 31, 2008 8:16 AM PST In reply to: Stripping down Windows XP http://www.tweakguides.com/TGTC.htmlDownload the one for xp, and read...good luck Flag Permalink This was helpful (1) Collapse