I have one large ESD file with many versions of Windows 10 packed inside, namely Core, Pro, Education, and Enterprise, 32 and 64 bit editions of each. I'd like to take out all of the crap I don't need in this ESD, like the different versions of Education and Enterprise. Back in the good ol' days of WIM (and by good ol' days, I mean Vista through 8.x), editing what images you wanted was a cinch. You go grab gimagex or WinAIO Maker Professional, select your wim, and you're making your own install image. Are there any alternatives to these softwares that can support an ESD directly? I've tried converting the ESD to a WIM, but it only extracts the first image within the ESD, which happens to be Windows 10 Core 32 Bit. I can always install images onto a Virtual Machine with a VHD, attach it, compress and convert each version I want, but that's my last resort. Too time consuming, too much effort. Yes, I'm lazy. Thanks for any input. Doing some research of my own didn't help, so I'm curious to see what people come up with.