Basically, the programer of Tiny XP, REV x, Beast, used this process to create the stripped down versions of the OS. He just changed the included services depending on what was being requested.
In your case, you are creating Tiny-XP Bungee edition, because you are creating it based on what you need.
I havent tried this as of yet, but doesnt this do the same as Nlite does? Any advantages of this over nlite?
Did you read the first post? Did you notice what said about Nlite? I have never used Nlite so I have no idea what the differences are, and/or if one is better then the other.
MAYBE someone will chime in, but I have no answer for you.
Yes I know what you said about Nlite, but I was asking is it customizable like Nlite is. The reasom I ask is..How do I know whats being removed and or will I loose any functionality? Problems installing some programs that may say Im missing some component? I already cut my XP down through Nlite, but was curious if this was any better.
How big is the install?
You can remove everything, or nothing, or something. You know what is being removed because in the file, you remove (or leave, I haven't used the program in a while) from the list the items you want to remove. You have to figure out what you need in the OS, and leave it in if you need it.
The term "better" is subjective. I have no idea what is better for you. What is better for you may not be better for me.
The install is as big as you make it. Assuming you could remove everything, and still have an OS, then I guess it would be 0 MB's.
THIS IS NOT A COMPLETE OS Download, this is a program that will automate the stripping of your OS. That is all.
is there a more updated version of this or is it the latest. I see the post is kind of old. also it says i have to have nlite installed to run it. where do i pick that up. i have done some internet searching but have not found much on it.
is there anything out there for vista. have a copy of that too and would like to givve it a go