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  1. Updated to v 10.0 February 8, 2021
  2. Updated to v 10.0 February 8, 2021
  3. Updated to v 8.0 March 31, 2019
  4. I used to use Ricktendo's compact version of this. But since Microsoft updates this package rather frequently and since the repacked version is now the same size as Microsoft's, what's the point of integrating it? I now make it a silent install addon with NDP472-KB4054530-x86-x64-AllOS-ENU.exe /q /norestart That way, I only have to replace the corresponding file in the WinToolkit_Apps folder when Microsoft updates rather than recompile a new install.wim.
  5. Updated to version 7.8e, with fixes to some hyperlinks and expanded "Shell New" items.
  6. Wow. How did I miss that? Thanks, mooms.
  7. Anybody seen a good tutorial on .inf installers with a file section that actually, reliably uninstalls? The Microsoft stuff online makes no sense to me. Also, as I have experimented and looked at other .inf files on my own system, the inf's with installation instructions doesn't seem to actually delete itself even if the install directories and registry entries are removed. Looks like they all just remain in the %WindDirZ%\Inf folder.
  8. Anybody know what command I can put into autounattend.xml to install Windows 8 in to an already formatted and existing Disk 0, Partition C, so my setup does not stop at that dialog screen? All the examples I have seen are for formatting the drive and I don't want to do that since I am dual booting with another OS that I install before I do a clean install of Windows 8. My current .xml file below: <?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?> <!--Created by BYTE-ME--> <unattend xmlns="urn:schemas-microsoft-com:unattend"> <settings pass="windowsPE"> <component na
  9. 2021 Windows Mega Tweaks v 10.0 All new, installable setup file that gives access to more than 100 Windows tweaks. File: BMTweaks10.1.7z CRC-32: 213e6985 MD4: 596f348005c26af05c967a4930bba0f1 MD5: b1d15639bb8977b20f18837fa0846a42 SHA-1: 81d1f8eee581cddf778cd03db60dffd64525a7f7 DOWNLOAD: Tweaks 10.0 Created an installer for the Tweaks and made them uninstallable Added a Readme.pdf file in the download archive to explain installation options Pruned the number of example Control Panel applets to five Many tweaks now make backups before changing reg
  10. Is the Wintool tab: "Copy Modified Files to Your Image", only for replacing existing Windows files like Notepad.exe or calc.exe or can you add non-existing files as well. I ask because I see that radio check button and I tried adding custom cursors to the Windows\Cursors folder on Windows 8.1 and nothing happened. I also can't reliably copy to the cursor folder using WPI after an install. Any suggestions. (I'm using version if it makes any difference.
  11. I do not have access to Server 2012 and therefore have not tested the tweaks on that platform. I would assume that most of them work, particularly the menu-interface ones. However, in a server environment, I would suggest that you apply the tweaks one at a time and test them if reliability is important to you.
  12. Happy to support the site but please remove my real name. Thanks.
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