Downgrade to 7 vs Custom win10 iso

Discussion in 'Windows 10' started by dranzer006, Jun 2, 2017.

  1. dranzer006

    dranzer006 MDL Novice

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    Hello,

    I was think if its any good to downgrade to windows 7 for performances or would creating a custom iso with app/features removed will be as good/better option ?

    my config is quite old and i don't have any plans to upgrade it.

    AMD A6 3650 quad core 2.6ghz
    6gb RAM 1333mhz (shared with on board gpu)
    1TB HDD (no SSD )
     
  2. whoareyouxda

    whoareyouxda MDL Member

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    10 is less resource intensive by design, it is optimized for older PCs that support the minimum req. (I.e. WDDM 1.0 graphics, 1gb ram) I've even had 10 running fairly well on a Dell latitude D620 with 512mb of ram, after adding an extra gig it was like using a modern PC because nothing lagged.
     
  3. wasd

    wasd MDL Junior Member

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    Just make your own version adding and removing things with MSMG and NTLite.
     
  4. s1ave77

    s1ave77 Has left at his own request

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    Is kinda giving kids a nuclear warhead to play with :cool2:. A lot of people with no clue and often no intention to check what they actually remove butcher their systems.

    No wonder questions arise regularly like: How can i add Feature X i removed with tool Y :doh:.
     
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