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nLite, hate it or love it?

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Poll: How do u Feel about Nlite (181 member(s) have cast votes)

How do u Feel about Nlite

  1. I love Nlite I want to name my First Born Nlite (110 votes [63.95%])

    Percentage of vote: 63.95%

  2. I hate it., but i hv tried it. (26 votes [15.12%])

    Percentage of vote: 15.12%

  3. Neutral, as it isn't of use to me (36 votes [20.93%])

    Percentage of vote: 20.93%

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Love it!

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What's there not to love in nLite? It has made my life much easier. As for the future, I will be looking for a proper 7 customizer for driver and hotfix integration only; my guess is with today's storage options (HDD, SSD etc.) there's no need of slimming down.




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I work in the enterprise, therefore I can't use it. :whistle:
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I don't "hate" it, but I dislike it. I'm not actually neutral, but I thought hate was too strong.

I don't like it because when I used it to integrate only SP2 and a small number of patches -- as well as get rid of a lot of unwanted junk (Outlook Express, Microsoft Office, games, IIS, and more) -- the end product was too big to fit on a CD!

It would be better if it actually deleted from your source tree the files you don't want to install.

So I put the project on the back shelf until I had time to learn the manual (MSFN) way.
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