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vLite 0.8 beta - Vista on a single CD

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CD size reached! Much memory saved, RAM and HDD.

Fulfilled some of your wishes as well.

Changes and download.

update: Silently updated to include PhotoGallery which was not detected in initial 0.8 release.

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HOLY CRAP! Thats amazing! Any idea on how little of a system you'd need to run this? :P

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I apologize if this question has been asked before, but does vLite have the ability to force Windows Aero Glass on a system with a non-supported video card, or is that impossible on the final version?

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Wow, this is awesome. I thought it would be released tomorrow but I'll have time tonight to test it.

Thanks. Will let you know how it goes.

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Thanks, Nuhi. 'Preciate it. :hello:

I wish I had of Beta tested back in the day so I would've had a free copy by now. Oh well.

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thanks for adding in the realtime protecion tweak :)

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Single CD vista is a dream and it has been fulfilled. Let's start testing! Great job!!

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I apologize if this question has been asked before, but does vLite have the ability to force Windows Aero Glass on a system with a non-supported video card, or is that impossible on the final version?

aero requires 32bit graphics, i don't think there will ever be an easy way to change that. aero glass doesn't even look all that great to me...i prefer the classic style.

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I think disabling the systen requirements at setup (min RAM etc) will be also a great option.

Thanks a lot :)

Edited by nDrew

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Hello

Thanks to you Nuhi, this Vlite is already the best for vista ! With the same evolution as nlite for XP etc...

I'm going to try this new version today.

Just one question, I have read the guides onto the WAIK and msdn sites, but how do you find the packages ? (IIS etc), How do you do to find the name of the packages to remove them ?

Thanks

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I apologize if this question has been asked before, but does vLite have the ability to force Windows Aero Glass on a system with a non-supported video card, or is that impossible on the final version?

As I recall there is an option on the tweaks page to force the Aero Glass.

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Nice... Now Vista happily live in inside Parallel inside my Mac :) with much smaller file size! Thanks nuhi :)

I am wondering if this is pretty much all of the stuff we can remove. Or can we expect more to come?

Compare to nlite; vlite is moving at a much faster pace :)

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Great news! Good job.

PS: I love that Segoe UI font tweak ;)

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