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[ANSWERED] slim down for gaming

on Fri 18 Mar 2016 - 0:29

I'm trying to slim down windows 7 home premium or ultimate as much as possible so I can play emulated games on it (snes9x, project64, ePSXe, dolphin...etc). I would like to remove as much as possible without breaking activation and breaking the OS. I want every resource available to be used for gaming, but 7 has so much crap running in the background that it slows down the games. Can someone tell me what I can remove to play my games on win 7? I can play them on windows 10, but......well if you've tried windows 10 you know why I want to use windows 7. Any help is appreciated. 

BTW...this is not my main OS so network and other things can be removed.

Re: [ANSWERED] slim down for gaming

on Fri 18 Mar 2016 - 12:37

you could try my wccf file, i remove really a lot of things and dont get any problems.

so if this wccf file should work for you and you really dont need things like network etc you could remove even more.

just look that you keep your language/keyboard (and maybe drivers)

Re: [ANSWERED] slim down for gaming

on Fri 18 Mar 2016 - 21:25
Thanks! I'll try it tonight!

Re: [ANSWERED] slim down for gaming

on Sat 19 Mar 2016 - 17:10

Just a small information about that some games or retro gaming software should need also some "Multimedia - Codec" to properly work.

I wish you to have a nice day !
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