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nlite vs. XPlite vs. tinyXP

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Windows XP modified by nlite are quite stable and adjusted to needs of specific user

XPlite can remove more things e. g. explorer shell (- to use alternative shell)

and tinyXP is processed "before and also after" - so it is even more smaller and "tidy"

so - what are your experiences?

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for example - why nlite doesn't square up with the oembios files? - these very slowes down the start up of the system ...

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for example - why nlite doesn't square up with the oembios files? - these very slowes down the start up of the system ...

its illegal

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for example - why nlite doesn't square up with the oembios files? - these very slowes down the start up of the system ...

its illegal

Anybody knows what this guy is talking about? OEMBIOS? Aren't those files on vendor versions of XP.... like the Dell, HP versions and etc?

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you get one with every xp install

it's illegal to mess with that, it's to do with the use of minlogon also

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it's illegal to mess with that, it's to do with the use of minlogon also

Reason being? Where is it mentioned. EULA?

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