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xpLITE / litePC >> unlocking your windows

By marcus_damascus
Jun 1, 2005
  1. what can you say about xplite or litepc?


    http://www.litepc.com/xplite.html

    can it solve system crash issues and unstability of Windows XP SP2
    by disabling many of its unnecessary features?
     
  2. SOcRatEs

    SOcRatEs TechSpot Paladin Posts: 1,382

    I'm not on this diet plan

    I already do this my self for free.
    there are tons of tweak guide and free utilities around.
    Thks for link tho :cool:
     
  3. jmvella

    jmvella TS Rookie

    Avoid LitePC

    LitePC is a very poorly run company. I have had nothing but problems dealing with it. I made the mistake of buying three licenses because of good reviews from others. I would not do business with them ever again. There are better options, apparently, though I have not yet checked them out.

    After I paid for the software, it took over two weeks to get it working due to bugs in the site. After many apologies, they finally delivered. After I used the software, it created one problem I was not able to deal with. I recently decided to retry, and again there were many problems dealing with their site. (It required that I re-validate my license online, but the site was down. When it was available, it said the license code they gave me was invalid. Unable to contact their support. FAQs said they were suspending support for the product while they work on another one....)
     
  4. Mictlantecuhtli

    Mictlantecuhtli TS Evangelist Posts: 4,919   +9

    nLite does the same for free, but it removes features, add drivers and tweaks before Windows has been installed.
     
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