Atlas is a Windows version designed for gamers. Atlas users can enjoy higher framerate, lowered input delay & latency. Great for people on a low-end system, or high-end gaming machine.
I had no idea people still did this – create custom versions of Windows ISOs and try to pawn them off as something special. The legality of this is more than dubious, of course, and you can probably achieve the same results with some of the countless scripts that are out there that also remove services, telemetry and pointless applications.
MS supporting custom Windows distros would be a good idea for MS. They could charge projects for the tools, hosting, distribution, and lots of extra for the support. It would be like Docker Hub. At one point they already had lots of little tools to accomplish this, but there were only for business usage. MS needs to merge this into GitHub, or buy Docker.
We get the drama around people trying all the distros. I mean, nothing bad is going to happen. Promise. 🙂
This one I actually for once agree with Thom, this makes ZERO sense and not only that if they are using the Windows version scheme then that means this ISO is 2 years out of date as Windows 10 is on 22H2 and this appears to be 20H2.
Why you wouldn’t just use Nlite or Windows 10 Debloater and trust some third party to ALL of your data (remember this is the OS we are talking about here so if they were to put in a backdoor your PC is their PC) is beyond me, especially with Win 10 which frankly is insanely easy to just run a simple script or even just remove the apps you don’t want via control panel. This leaves me scratching my head.