Discussion in 'Windows 10' started by quiggly, Dec 9, 2017.
Is there a free alternative to NTLite for Windows 8.1, 10?
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Or Windows Download Integrator here in
MDL Projects and Applications
I don't want to integrate anything, I want to remove stuff from the ISO.
Windows Download Integrator does a lot more than just intergrate updates or drivers
does many things similar to Nlite and Wintoolkit choice is yours goodluck
I suggest MSMG toolkit for that ! you can find the topic here on MDL
somewhere in the threads i uploaded a tool to remove internal packages, but only works with online systems. [you could sysprep afterwards]
Just use the command line DISM
So I used Win toolkit, and there are two configuration files in the ISO, they were saved from the toolkit, they are named according to the date and they are .ini. Are these just saved settings for the program? Can I delete them from the ISO(without them changing any settings back)?
Well what patience maybe
99.9% guaranteed you will be on here within a week asking why your Windows image doesn't work after you hack it up.
I second Mydigitallife's home brew MSMG ToolKit
It is dism but for us lazy ones that no longer want to write our own script. If you use it for removal you are 99.9% guaranteed it will run better than the stock advertising version. Why does dism exist in the first place, obvious reasons, but not for the simple minded.
Chopping won't let it run better
Got ya ............... we should all install bloatware as the more u install the faster it will go. Too funny what has taken @ MDL since winspy 10 came in. Do touch it the box will start to smoke and catch on fire.
Season greetings to those in the know.
1. What you call bloatware others can find interesting and useful.
2. Removing it won't increase system performance.
3. The way windows now is made removing stuff causes more and more problems in the future, specially when people just hit all options they see in the different tools out there.
That is question for win toolkit forum or developer.
INI files left by win toolkit, most likely, are settings files, for future use, to load the settings in the win toolkit.
With the old Nlite you could select to save them locally or at the created iso/project folder.