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adrian2055

Smallest Win10 ever?

on Tue 23 May 2017 - 3:18
Hello everyone,


I found a version of windows 10 called "Windows 10 Extreme Lite x64 2.4.1" from this site:


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The 64-Bit version is only 741 MB which is amazing! While testing it out I noticed that it doesn't have Internet explorer which I actually need. I would like use WinReducer10 to make a similar version of this iso that has internet explorer. Is this possible?
ReactOS-Lite

Re: Smallest Win10 ever?

on Tue 23 May 2017 - 11:00
Really interesting, is it really possible to remove 32bit support?. I use 99% apps that is x64 so i would gladly destroy 32bit support to make it even more lite as 32bit is becoming more ancient with every year.
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KrX

Re: Smallest Win10 ever?

on Tue 23 May 2017 - 20:58
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is 741 mb the iso/ wim or installation size ? if its the iso size my iso is smaller Razz
adrian2055

Re: Smallest Win10 ever?

on Wed 24 May 2017 - 0:07
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It's just the iso size. I think it's a 5GB installation. Now the real question is can you share your knowledge with us so we can make an even smaller Win 10 install? LOL
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KrX

Re: Smallest Win10 ever?

on Wed 24 May 2017 - 0:22
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hi,

sure thats what i always do. i use winreducer as base and after that i got several batch files which remove even more. i always update them and send those to winterstorm so he can use them to improve winreducer.

i would upload them for you here but im currently moving to a new flat and cant find my power cord for my NAS .... haha. i will upload them as soon as posible
Nuky

Re: Smallest Win10 ever?

on Wed 24 May 2017 - 14:30
KrX wrote:hi,

sure thats what i always do. i use winreducer as base and after that i got several batch files which remove even more. i always update them and send those to winterstorm so he can use them to improve winreducer.

i would upload them for you here but im currently moving to a new flat and cant find my power cord for my NAS .... haha. i will upload them as soon as posible


Did you find the cable? I'm curious to see the configuration file
dim

Re: Smallest Win10 ever?

on Sat 1 Jul 2017 - 6:05
Have in mind that win10 support on the fly lzx compression: CompactOS

I use wimlib that has even better algorithms than Microsoft.
Without .NET, and no any other thorough deep clean, just what reducer offers, i managed to as low as 1.3 G installed system, along with all drivers, even the bloated nvidia, included.
If there is a way to ditch 32bit support i would love to know.
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Geekster

Re: Smallest Win10 ever?

on Mon 18 Sep 2017 - 1:50
Wait.  How did this guy's original question get so off topic?  His question was very simple:

I would like use WinReducer10 to make a similar version of this iso that has internet explorer. Is this possible?

And the answer is a very simple NO.  End of question and end of topic  LOL   The bottom line Adrian is this.  And I'm throwing this hypothetical out to you to answer your question.  You can not even take an ISO that you created with WREXxxx no mater the version......... and further reduce it.  Will WREX do it.  Yes.  And I've done this and it certainly appears to work.  Until you try to do an install and that is even iffy getting it to go that far but I can assure you that somewhere along the line something is going to be broke or is going to be break.

I wasn't trying to be rude but when I start reading a thread that gets totally of course and I get confused then I have to stop the train wreck and speak up.  

Anyway Adrian please don't try further reducing anything that is reduced.  Even here somewhere I know WinterStorm has written on that very subject and he broke me of a very bad habit of trying that bag of failed tricks.

Geekster

aka Steve
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