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RT7 Lite Components Removal List In Text Form

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Sleepy P

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I have created a Google Doc containing a list of all the Windows Components that RT7 Lite can be used to remove, along with their sizes as reported by RT 7 Lite.
I found that RT7 Lite is useful, but its interface is somewhat clunky, and you can't copy & paste anything from it.
This makes keeping track of what you're doing more difficult.
So, after a mind-numbing day of typing and formatting, I give you a Publicly accessible document that you can use as a starting point in your own project documentation, if you want.
I may end up also making a spreadsheet version, haven't decided if there would be a reason to do that yet.
Let me know if you find any problems or inaccuracies in this document of course :)
Of course this list is based on the current "beta" version of RT7 Lite, not the "stable" version...

Edited by Sleepy P, 12 June 2012 - 03:51 PM.

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No one has thanked you for this?

I was actualy looking for a list of whats safe and not safe to remove and came across this in a search. Whilst its not what I'm realy after I did find it interesting

What would be awesome is a downloadable "lite" version of win7 with all the work already done that I can then just simply add my licence number, drivers and any new updates to, I can dream



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Thank you SO much for all the tedious work you put into that list. Because of your work, it is ALOT easier for me to analyze my needs and, dare I say, PLAN my RT 7 Lite sessions.

I used that document as the basis for some research and test-bed virtual machine installations to come up with a categorized list of components. Check out my post at:

Thanks so much again.

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