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Windows XP performance Last Session.ini file?

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I have been reading of an excellent version of XP (231 mb ISO, apparently very fast performance). Now, I am not interested in warez but I thought I could apply those tweaks to my original XP copy if I could have the Last Session.ini file and work through it.

Can anybody help me with this?


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Sketchy question ,in order for someone to post that file they would be admiting to illegally downloading the ISO you mentioned. It's not gonna happen. This junk doesnt belong on these forums

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Next time formulate your question without being warez specific.

My XP ISO that works with all the apps that I use was 90MB so I really do not see what is the fuss with the 231MB.

Never use other people's last sessions. Simply open nLite and select for removal that which you do not use.

Use latest nLite beta which has dependency warnings so you are less likely to make a bad installation.

Test in Virtual PC before real install, just in case.

//edited the title and your message to look more legal

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