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seiferflo

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    Windows 8 x64
  1. I took the second package, works great. Thanks for the work.
  2. Hi Jaynbe, I just found out that I have a 2005 C++ redistributable v8.0.61001 installed on my PC. It seems to be this version: http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?displaylang=en&id=26347 Are you planning to integrate it in your AIO? Thanks in advance
  3. Merci beaucoup pour le boulot, cependant je me suis fais une version EN qui m'est plus utile que la version FR. Tu peux détailler comment enlever les Visual stp? Peut-on aussi supprimer le apntoolbarinstaller? Qu'apporte la version 2013 au fait? Génial ce petit programme, j'ai attends la confirmation d'inscription sur le site de RyanVM pour fouiller un peu. Thx
  4. Wow it's awesome, I love this application and I just discovered you guys updated it. Thanks a lot, nice work
  5. I'm also excited about this 1.5 stable release for Win7 and still keeps hope about an incoming 0.1 alpha for Win8 :dancing: Thanks again for the amazing work
  6. Hi, Thanks a lot for your replies. Indeed I would like to shrink windows 8 post install. As a professional, I will install win8 in some companies and there are many functionalies I would like hide. I also do installations in NGOs, therefore win8 has to be lite in term of disk space as some computers are quit old (still it's running fast...). For the SSD laptops, space is limited also. So the ultimate purpose is to gain space by disabling/hiding/removing functionalites as RT7Lite and RT7booster do. @ricktendo64: How do you do that after install? I don't really understand, can you give me more specifics? Thx @Legolash2o: Sorry for the doublon, I'm looking forward for the 1.5.0 version then. Thanks a lot for the good work.
  7. Any date regarding a working WinToolkit version for Windows 8 please? I tried using the actual release on it but the components removal does not work properly. I'm open to another alternative method to shrink windows 8 Thanks in advance
  8. The Component remover gave me an error at the end of the process. Now everytime I load my image I get this. No antivirus during the process. I had to reboot in safe mode to remove the folder as the unmount functionality gave said some files were used. I extracted again my image and tried again, same problem. Never had this with the previous versions 65. I uploaded the report at 8.58pm UTC +5.45 Thanks in advance.
  9. Hi guys After I tested KUC, our dear WUpdates, and the WinToolkit update catalog, I am still struggling to manually integrate the least update as possible. I still can't find the point of using 300 updates on a lite system where 80% of the features was removed. I thought KUC was the solution, thanks ricktendo, but it still installs some useless updates and it is good only for a fresh install but I can't update it after. I surrendered myself now I tried installing all the updates recommended by KUC, then removing all the features with RT7 solutions. It works like a charm, but then I have to stick with these updates. Indeed if I choose to use WU, it will install useless updates. KUC is showing me wrong results and don't operate properly. I can understand no software are able to say, ok your system has these features enabled, so I can advise you to install this, ignore those ones. When new updates come in 5 months, the software still tells me you only need these updates and I can ignore the useless ones. Thanks to KUC, I know that all updates shown in WU after installation of my lite version can be ignored, but when there will be another set of correctives, I will not not which one I can ignore or not. Hard to make the litest version possible in terms of size & performance...
  10. Thanks for tip Thiersee, I was also looking for a way ton integrate some fonts, not 2500 though
  11. Hey guys, Thanks ricktendo64 I'm actually trying to make KUC working fine with my configuration. So its creator is helping me because there are many errors. RT7lite or Booster may be the cause, they probably deleted important files from winsxs. Anyway, It's also not the ultimate tool I want for my image because it is still installing things I don't want, but it's the closest one. I'll keep you posted. Thanks again for your help
  12. Thanks for your answers. So I tried to integrate all the updates from the Catalog first, then removing the components. The result is an image around 700MB bigger and almost 2GB more of used space after installation. The thing is the Winsxs folder full of updates integrated and I'm pretty sure only few of them are installed; it's a waste of space, especially because I plan to install it on an small SSD. Is there another way to know which updates my system really needs, to keep my image light? (outside the obvious one like IE9 which I will not integrate as I don't IE) There must be a log or something who says which updates was installed, no? Am I dreaming right now?
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