nLite 0.98.5 Beta

nLite is an all-in-one GUI utility that will give you the ability to permanently remove unwanted components such as Internet Explorer, Outlook Express, Media Player, MSN Explorer, MSN Messenger and a variety of other components from your own Windows CD. This results in a slimmer Windows CD, faster Windows installation, more hard disk space, and is also known to free up RAM resources when using a cut-down version of Windows.

Once it has finish the removal of components of your choice, you are given the option to create a bootable ISO of Windows XP which you can test in a Virtual environment or burn straight to CD media. nLite also includes an automated slipstreamer for slipstreaming a Service Pack on the go. And best of all, its free!

What's New:

  • new component: Alerter

  • new component: Distributed Link Tracking Client

  • new component: Secondary Logon

  • new component: Shell Services

    (Fast User Switching, Shell Hardware Detection, Themes)

  • new option: Classic Logon type

  • new option: Memory Requirement

  • separated PCHealth from Help

  • automatic syssetup cleanup (removal of infs and catalogs)

  • fixed 2k3 sp1 corelist bug

  • fixed Computer Type unattended option

  • unattended page suspended for Win2k

  • many tiny bugfixes
Download: nLite 0.98.5 Beta

News source: nLite Homepage

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