Slim Down Your Vista Install


All operating systems suffer from “unnecessary bloat” syndrome. To combat it on the Mac side there is XSlimmer, and now for Windows Vista there’s Vlite.

Vlite looks to take some of the sluggishness out of Vista by removing Vista components such as Windows Media Player, Windows Mail, Windows Photo Viewer, Wallpapers and other utilities before installation, creating a new installable image. This isn’t for the novice though since it involves some complicated procedures, but if you are slimming down your OS install, I’m assuming you aren’t a novice. Certainly worth a look – especially considering the price, Free.

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