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nLite, hate it or love it?

How do u Feel about Nlite   181 members have voted

  1. 1. How do u Feel about Nlite

    • I love Nlite I want to name my First Born Nlite
      110
    • I hate it., but i hv tried it.
      26
    • Neutral, as it isn't of use to me
      36

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I LOVE nLite. I think is it the best app in many years. It makes the difficult easy with efficiency and style. It has made dreams of most users of Windows come true (removing Win apps, unnecessary services, unattended with ease, integration....) 10/10 for nLite :thumbup

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Manna from heaven. :D Sweetest thing to happen in ages - that's nLite.

BTW, there would be some people who neither hate nor love nLite - with neutral feelings. There should have been a poll option for those.

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you either love a woman or hate her. nothing in between.

LOL LOL :)

actually i am planning of using nlite soon. I am just trying to get enough nerve

to jump in and do it.

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Wow two voters said they hate nlite

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this vote isnt really a mind

its useful 4 the pplz that wanna remove stuff on winxp cd and some pplz dont wanna remove stuff, so not useful

how is possible to hate such a program? its just not useful for the pplz

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some pplz dont wanna remove stuff, so not useful how is possible to hate such a program?
Exactly!

So a third option saying neither love nor hate SHOULD have been there.

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Love it! Thanks to nuhi and crew. :thumbup

Too bad Microsoft doesn't let you choose what components you want to install. I also use Redhat/Fedora Linux which let's you choose exactly what you want to install. Then all of the endless hours nuhi and crew put into nLite would not be required. But thankfully they do it for us.

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nlite is by far one of the best apps i have used in awhile!

Im happy to see thar it was made by a member of MSFN!

|Drew|

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some pplz dont wanna remove stuff, so not useful how is possible to hate such a program?
Exactly!

So a third option saying neither love nor hate SHOULD have been there.

exactly why i haven't voted.. i've tested nLite on my computer liked the interface and the overall purpose of the app. but I can't use it since I got restore CD's so therefore it serves no purpose to me.

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Neutral poll option added :)

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nlite owns :D its the best :P

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I see that 17 people will be NAMING their First BORN Nlite :P LMAO

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I love it. It is not a program that I absolute have to have. I am for the most part a home user. I got into Google to find an application to make installing Windows easier because I had gotten a virus and couldn't find a cure. I still don't know what the virus was. I think I located MSFN because of un-attended.

When I got here, I found nLite, a lot of nice people and a lot of information. I knew I had come across something really cool when I saw nLite. With some time having gone by, I now see quite a bit of value to a number of people. It lowers the risk of infection, speeds up your OS, makes reinstalling much easier, intergrates hotfixes, intergrates drivers and when I finally get a CD done properly, it will install any programs I want. All at the same time. I can imagine it will save IT's many hours of work each.

Now, if I have a problem with Windows, I will have to make a judgement call as to wether it will be quicker to try to repair it (google it, search, look, try and maybe repair) or back up a couple of files and reintall. Hmmmmm. nLite will probably win more often than not for me.

nLite and all the developers :thumbup:thumbup:thumbup:thumbup

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How would anyone hate something so useful like nLite?

It numbs the mind thinking... why? ;)

Still... there are people who do not believe in God. So, we have to respect freedom of speech for those ppl.

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with nlite i had some problems with some programs

otherwise i'm neutral on it

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with nlite i had some problems with some programs

otherwise i'm neutral on it

Problems with nLite are caused by the following:

1. Your own stupidity/absentmindedness.

2. A bug in nLite that will eventually be fixed.

I LOVE nLite. I won't name my kid after it but I think it is a godsend...but uploaded by a determined man. To have the freedom of choice for which components you want and don't...to be able to decrease the memory footprint and HD space so much and in turn, customizing and enhancing security, speed and performance so much... EXCELLENT AWESOME Etc. Worth every dollar donated to Nuhi for all his hard work. I am loyal to nLite and all it's future versions!

Cheers,

Jeremy

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i do not use it. so neutral. only cause i have a dvd burner.

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I used nLite a lot..

Its crap... just bcoz it wasted my time and corrupted my i386 folder many times...

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I used nLite a lot..

Its crap... just bcoz it wasted my time and corrupted my i386 folder many times...

:blink: Man! are you joking? Even a complete id*** can use nLite. Nuhi made a great effort so we can customize Windows installation with ease. Read the begginers guide in nLite's thread. Then post again if you had problems.

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I never talked about its appearence/easy of use. Its very easy to use indeed.

But if nuhi is reading this, then i suggest that at least tell the user which files are going to get edited in the distribution folder, and give the user an option to backup those files before editing them ...

It was really a pain in the pass for me... bcoz first of all i attempted the HD install from an "nLited" distribution folder... i was'nt aware of this bug in nLite which does'nt allow HD installs..

nLite should show detailed information to the user about which files are being added/deleted/modified in the distribution folder and the option to backup/restore them...

nLite is gr8 for n00bs .. but it needs to be "robust" .. u get what i mean ?

anyway..chill!

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nLite is gr8 for n00bs .. but it needs to be "robust" .. u get what i mean ?

quite the opposite.. i try 2 discourage n00bs from using it, cuz they end up with problems similar/worse then u stated above..

u NEED 2 know what u use b4 taking it out with nlite :D

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Haven't justed it, so netruel.

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i reckon nlite is spot on..its saved me hours of work in the past and is also ez to use with nps at all ..cheers

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