djzn Posted April 6, 2007 Share Posted April 6, 2007 I find nLite a fantastic program, and most of the issues found in the forum come from people who actually acted up with the setup and went beyond boundaries ;-)I have tweaked my full xp installation to the extreme, and the minimum RAM load I got after a fresh-tweaked install is 66 MB. (Tweaked: No System Restore, No needed services, No Updates, No animation, No themes). Here, a normal XP fresh installation will have a minimum RAM load of 99 MB. TinyXP on the other hand has got something like 42 MB of RAM load upon fresh install. Since I have tweaked my full XP to the max and cannot bring the memory load down to 42 MB, then I question:Would it be that un-needed DLL's and drivers are loading upon start up that will prevent me to reach the record 42 MB RAM load just like TinyXP? Is there a way to audit the DLL's and selecting which DLL's to NOT load upon start up, doing this by not REMOVING ANYTHING from the system?Two aspects here: Removing components will benefit people with low disk space. Preventing selected DLL's to load will benefit us that don't want to strip down the system, but want a small XP load.Thanks for the replies. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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