Tiny 7 REV01 Unattended Activated CD (x86) NEW EDITION
Windows Tiny7 Rev01 Unattended Activated CD (x86)
Based on: Windows 7 Ultimate x86 build 6.1.7600.16399
To install Windows Tiny7 from this CD, set your PC up so it will boot from the CD-ROM in the PC's BIOS.
There is no upgrade option available in Tiny7, because the option is removed.
Only install Tiny7 onto a freshly formatted partition or hard disk.
You do not need any product key in this release - the installation of
Tiny7 is unattended, apart from in the very beginning where you choose
which drive or partition to install to.
All installations are
set to US English. If you do not want the US keyboard settings, you
will have to change this in Windows when it has installed (as opposed
to choosing it at install time), its easy enough, just open the
"Keyboard Settings" folder in the desktop eXPerience folder and read
the included ReadMe.txt that is there.
Fixes since the last version:
- All services are enabled.
- Folder renaming bug "This item no longer exists" is fixed.
- Wolfenstein 2009 compatibility fixed.
- GTAIV compatibility fixed.
- KMplayer compatibility fixed.
- Hibernation in Windows fixed.
- Devices and Printers opens properly.
- Safely Remove Devices is fixed.
- No migwiz.exe error if you run "Easy Transfer" which is removed.
- No msdt.exe errors (MS Diagnostic Tool, now kept)
- ISO File Size.............................. 696 Mb
- RAM Usage On First Installation............ 185 Mb (VMware, 256Mb RAM)
- Entire Installation Size................... 1.64 Gb
- WINDOWS Folder Size........................ 1.55 Gb
- Running Processes.......................... 25
- Install Time (In VirtualBox, 512Mb RAM).... 11 minutes
The following drivers were added to Windows.
This is just a small selection of 32 added drivers to support
various devices that otherwise do not work right away...
- ATK0110 ACPI Utility
- nVidia nForce4 Audio
- SndT Audio
- VIA Vinyl AC'97 Audio Controller (WDM)
- VirtualBox Sound Driver (Intel)
- Mitsumi CD-ROM Drive
- ATI Rage, Fury, Magnum, Xpert, All-In-Wonder (128Mb VGA)
- Intel 82801 6300ESB 82371/2 82440 EHCI 960 631xESB ICH8 ICH9 ICH10
- Intel Turbo Memory
- Mobile Intel PM965, GM965, GL960
- 3Com 3C905-TX 3C905-T4 3C900-TPO 3C900-COMBO
- 3Com EtherLink 10 100 PCI NIC (3C905-TX)
- Marvell Yukon Ethernet Controller
- Realtek RTL8139 + 810x Family Fast Ethernet NIC
- Microsoft iSCSI initiator
- Open VPN
- Intel RCA USB Digital Cable Modem Driver
- LG W2242 Monitor
- Windows Live Phone
- JMicron RAID
- Intel SATA AHCI Controller
- Promise FastTrak 376+378 Controller
- UMBus Root Bus Enumerator
- USB Hubs
- Belkin Wireless G Desktop and Notebook Card
- Intel PRO Wireless 2915ABG Network Adapter
- Libertas 802.11 Wireless
- Linksys Wireless-G PCI Adapter
- Marvell Libertas EAP
- Ralink RT61 Turbo Wireless LAN Card
Tiny7 Rev01 gives you back everything you could need in Windows...
- Character Map
- Disk Cleanup
- Game Explorer
- Mobility Center
- QLogic Fibre Channel Adapter
- Storage controllers
- TV Tuners
- Dynamic Volume Manager
- Fax Support
- Firewire (1394)
- Floppy Disk Support
- Infrared Support
- Intel Indeo
- Media Metadata Handler
- Photo Metadata Handler
- Shell event sounds
- Sound Recorder
- Windows Aero Theme
- Windows Media Codecs
- Windows Media Player
- Connect to a Network Projector
- Distributed File System (DFS)
- File and printer sharing (Server)
- Internet Explorer
- Internet Information Services (IIS)
- Link-Layer Topology Discovery (LLTD)
- Network and Sharing Center
- Application Experience
- Background Intelligent Transfer Service (BITS)
- Computer Browser
- Desktop Window Manager
- Distributed Link Tracking Client
- Distributed Transaction Coordinator (DTC)
- DNS Client
- Extensible Authentication Protocol (EAP)
- Interactive Services Detection
- Internet Connection Sharing (ICS)
- IP Helper
- 16-bit Support
- Crash Dump Support
- Digital Rights Management (DRM)
- Disk Quota
- IMAPIv2 Burning Support
- Jet Database Engine
- Microsoft Client For NFS
- Microsoft HTML engine
- 20 Windows Updates Slipstreamed
- eXPerience Desktop folder with vital essentials
- eXPerience Wallpaper
- Quick Launch enabler on desktop (Thanks to ntoskrnl)
- Dozens of tweaks to improve Windows
- Windows is activated offline (Thanks to Hazar)
- DirectX 9c DLL Files (some standalone/ripped games might need these)
- Everything Search v18.104.22.1681 (find files and folders without waiting)
- Flash v10.0.32.18 for IE (player for YouTube and Google Video etc)
- Foxit PDF Reader Pro v3.0.1817 (open PDF files from the web in IE)
- HashTab v2.1.1 (adds a tab on file properties to see file checksum)
- WinRAR v3.90 (compression tool to handle various archive formats)
DESKTOP eXPerience FOLDER
Most of these folders contain quick solutions to things that otherwise
would be buried away in the Windows GUI, or you would have to know the
command to run the item, like "control userpasswords2" will open the
screen to change your Windows 7 login password, or "intl.cpl" runs the
"Regional and Language Options" from Control Panel.
[eXPerience folder contents]
- Comodo Firewall - Download link to Comodo Firewall.
- Desktop Icon Layout - Allows you to save your desktop icon setup.
- Hibernation - Turns Hibernation on/off with one double click.
- Keyboard Settings - Quick way to open "Regional and language Options"
- Keyboard Shortcuts - Lists dozens of shortcuts you can use.
- Registry Backup - Easily backup your registry in one double click.
- TCPIP Patcher - Patch your tcpip.sys to allow 255 connections, not 10.
- User Password - Easily change your password for Windows.
Special note from eXPerience:
I have used this modded OS for a few days and it seems every bit as
fast as Windows XP. If you have always wanted to use Vista, but were
holding out for Windows 7 - its worth it! This slimmed edition boots up
fast, shuts down fast, opens applications fast, even VMware v5.5 runs
fast on it once its started up. File copying seems no slower than XP.
All in all this new Windows really blows away XP because of all the new
features. You have to remember XP is from 2001 when no one even had
such a thing as "Wireless" or a SATA drive. Now all this new hardware
runs on Windows XP but the OS was never designed to run it really. You
might wonder why not just use Vista - don't even go there. Lets just
pretend Vista never existed. In fact Microsoft should have not ever
released it but I guess they had to in order to improve on it and
eventually get it right - with Windows 7.
Enjoy this fine release from eXPerience
Build Date: 31st August 2009
Size : 689 MB
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