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NTLite Reviews

So limited, yet so pricey!

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As an home user, I would like to make a bloat-free version of windows. While the paid version of this seems to be feature rich and capable of doing what I want, the free version only has a very limited set of what can be modified from the installation media. I considered purchasing this product, but $45 seems a bit steep considering it is a product I may only use once.

In addition to the steep application cost, it only includes 1 year of updates before you need to buy it all over again. You can continue to use the end-of-life versions you have already purchased for as long as you want.

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Hello,
I bought the software in the home version.
It does what it is supposed to do often but what modifed ISO is not.
In addition to the software you want to install before the start of the system, this is not possible with many programs
Only Putty and VLC can be installed without difficulty beforehand.
And otherwise 1 year long updates and the software costs 45 €
The developer is not willing to compromise.

Important If the iso is running in Virtualbox that you can not boot and install on a normal computer.

greetings

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It seem that you do not fully understand the workings of this software piece. Any ISO created with NTLite can be made bootable on a USB-Stick using Rufus or similar. I use it in a professional IT-Environment every day. You can include any program you want, but you need to get a "silent installer" from the developer or make one yourself.