When using Windows, most users are unaware that there is a wide selection of tools, languages, add-ons, modules and more that are superfluous. They take up vital space on your drive and result in a longwinded installation. The problem is that the setup application will only enable you to reduce a small set of these components and you’ll need to resort to third-party configuration tools. Customising Windows has always been an issue, but using a component removal tool and thus, being able to a create pre-installation setup, enables you to customise the operating system before installation.
nLite 1.4.1 is a useful tool that enables you to create a Windows installation without any unwanted components along with other useful tweaks. You can remove language packs and other unwanted junk easily, helping you to create a more slimmed down operating system.
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