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Disable Indexing

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I quite often use nlite to create an up to date version of windows 10 with all of the latest Updates.

It is well known that Disabling Indexing of Files and Folders Does Not Harm your System and in fact it Helps Speed things up.

So I am looking for a Way to Disable Indexing in the Early Stage of Modifying an ISO.

So that When Windows is Finished Installing that None of your Files and Folders are Indexed.

The Method I have been using up to this day is ;--- Go to My Computer ( computer ) then right click Properties of Drive C: , Then down the bottom Remove the Tick on ( Allow files on this drive to have contents indexed in addition to file properties ).

This method can take some Time , depending on the Type or Speed of your PC.

Also when it has finished I have noticed if you search for Indexing, you get ( Indexing Options and it says ( Indexing is not running ), that is what I wanted, but Without having to go through the time consuming way that I have used.

It would be an advantage to Disable in the ISO like some setting in Nlite Before I Finish and Save my updated ISO.

Any help would be appreciated.  

 

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I don' think you are using nlite:

http://www.nliteos.com/

 maybe NTlite:

https://www.ntlite.com/ 

I don't think anything has changed in 10 :unsure:, the good ol' way should still be valid:

more or less stopping and disabling the service, how to have it added to NTlite settings is another thing, but probably you could ask directly here:

https://ntlite.com/forum/

you might lose (if you are interested in it) the slideshow feature on lockscreen, though:

https://ntlite.com/forum/discussion/comment/8167/

but - indirectly - the above should mean that there is already somewhere a setting in NTlite to disable it.

jaclaz

 

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