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silentvillage

Few questions

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hello every1, hope am posting it in the right section..

My PC, assembled.

Pentium 4 CPU 3.00 GHz

2.99 GHz, 1.49 GB of RAM

80GB HDD

I use my PC for the following

Playing games like GTA san andreas

Watch movies n music

Browsing internet using firefox, chrome

Using photoshop & Dreamweaver

Other softwares like pdf viewer, editor, MS office, etc

Can i use the windows light version for using the above without any problem?

I dont have much space in my hard disk. so i want to switch to the light1.

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nLite is not a lite version of Windows, it's a tool that allows you to remove things YOU are 100% sure you won't EVER need before installing. So the answer to your question is... "it depends what you remove". On a 80Gig HDD, the space gain will be less than 1%. It's also you yo know if it's worth it.

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seriously... XP without pagefile consumes what ? less than 1 GB ?

if you can't have that on your 80 GB hard drive then seriously remove junk you have installed

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