Google Chrome 5.0.375.70
Well, the crazy Chrome cats already have version 13 out a few days ago. I think it would be pointless to slipstream Chrome into a Win7 instal disk, unless you intend to install on 100 desktops with in a week, & never use your distro again. I suggest install the Chrome installer, auto-script its running, then have a script that will tweak it settings (eg default cache location & size, turn of Instant Pages, etc). Chrome now auto-updates, but I rather just grab the newest version from the start.
install help: http://www.google.co...py?answer=95346
release notes: http://googlechromer....com/?source=ln
WinUtilities Free Editionhttp://www.ylcomputi...ontent/view/329
Glary Utilities - Portablehttp://www.glarysoft...ilities/builds/
I actually use both of these; they will catch stuff the other won't. But if I had to chose one; it would be an auto-downloader/unpacker for Glary Utilities - Portable.
Ultimate Windows Tweakerhttp://www.thewindow...vista#more-1957
This might be redundant; I think Win7toolkit will tweak the setting before install? But might be helpful to tweak after an install as well.
edit startup soundhttp://www.intowindo...-startup-sound/
Edited by *Reaper*, 21 February 2013 - 05:25 AM.