Linked by Thom Holwerda on Mon 30th Jun 2008 18:48 UTC, submitted by Dan Warne
Windows Through all the Windows and Microsoft bashing on the intertubes, it's almost easy to forget that Windows does, in fact, have quite a few positive aspects as well. One of those aspects is the modularity of its installation system, which allows you to create your custom installation image of Windows - with relative ease. Sadly, Microsoft decided to keep this ability away from normal users, making it a sort of OEM tool only. Lucky for us, there's a tool called vLite/nLite which allows us to slipstream fixes, applications, and drivers into the installation image as we please. This functionality of course also made its way to the 'underground' community, who used it to produce something called TinyXP. APCMag decided to take a look at it.
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RE: Pirate
by Ben Jao Ming on Tue 1st Jul 2008 00:00 UTC in reply to "Pirate"
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The articles are fine. You're just ignoring the fact that these versions of Windows are distributed in a pirate-like manner and not necessarily meant for people with a valid license.

Less complaining and more news submissions, thanks.

Edited 2008-07-01 00:01 UTC

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