Software Update: nLite 1.0 RC6

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Using nLite, a Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Server 2003 or Windows XP x64 installation CD can be customized. For example, unused components can be removed and service packs can be slipstreamed. This creates an installation CD that is up-to-date and has enough space to add your own programs and drivers. If everything has been adjusted to your own liking, the whole can be written to a bootable iso file. Today the sixth release candidate of nLite 1.0 has been released. The new version is out this page downloadable and comes with the following changes from Release Candidate 5:


  • new: Expanded Addon integration support
  • new: IE7 Beta 2 Preview integration support via Hotfix page
  • update: Direct Hotfixing: x64(KB909520,KB890046)
    x86 sp1(KB900725,KB841873,KB905915,KB840374)
  • update: Remote Desktop and Mobile Phone compatibility options
  • update: RVMPack 2.0.2a integration support
  • Update: Sortable Hotfix list
  • update: Common Files (Program Files) path configurable
  • fix: ‘Installation failed’ popup on Windows startup
  • fix: Missing Files.KeyboardLayout on boot
  • fix: Unhandled exception on Start Processing


  • new: Windows Picture and Fax Viewer (removing ‘resolves’ WMF vulnerability)
  • fix: Printer Support removal disabling USB Camera memory access
  • fix: Firewire Network Support
  • fix: IE printing (eg from Maxthon) with IE GUI removed


  • new: CopyTo and MoveTo commands in the context menu
  • new: Disable power management for a network adapter

Version number 1.0 RC6
Operating systems Windows 9x, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Server 2003, Windows XP x64, Windows Server 2003 x64
Website nLite
License type Freeware
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