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Download NTLite Free 32-bit

NTLite Free 32-bit

By Nlitesoft d.o.o.  (Freeware)
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NTLite Free 32-bit is an app for Windows administrators that allows you to edit Windows installation images, either 'offline' or 'live'. The 'live' edit mode is a unique feature that lets you modify already installed Windows OS' without re-installation. All you have to do is run the tool on the OS you want to edit, change what you need and reboot if necessary.

NTLite Free 32-bit has an intuitive interface which is easy to use. The app makes use of dynamic menus, an easy image mount overview and single- file settings.

Key Features Include:

  • Intuitive interface.
  • Disk partitioning.
  • Highly customizable.
  • 'Live' edit mode.

The app has numerous features including component removal, language packs and app integration, disk partitioning and a pending changes overview. It is interesting to note that NTLite does not require .NET Framework to run under supported operating systems. This is useful as it enables the app to run faster and is more portable with less dependencies.

Supported Windows versions include Windows 7, 8, 8.1 and 10 Technical Preview.

Title: NTLite Free 32-bit
Filename: NTLite_setup_x86.exe
File size: 8.75MB (9,171,656 bytes)
Requirements: Windows (All Versions)
Languages: Multiple languages
License: Freeware
Date added: January 15, 2019
Author: Nlitesoft d.o.o.
MD5 Checksum: 1E405B8C69BD0306BCCAFE744FF29471

Source: Windows Preview build 18309 support

Components: ‘Connected Devices Platform User Service’ split from ‘CDPSVC’
Components: ‘Problem Reports and Solutions Control Panel Support’ split from ‘Windows Error Reporting’
UI: Existing ISO file overwrite warning added to the Apply preview
UI: Allowing adding latest online updates during a Host Refresh session
UI-Translation: Thanks for French (tistou77), Russian (Den-s), Arabic (thamermousa), Chinese Simplified (Gskening), Greek (Soulimiotis)

Components: RuntimeBroker errors after some removals (mostly 19H1 Preview)
Components: ‘People’ app removal wasn’t hiding the tray option
Components: ‘Store’ live removal was leaving an empty stuck taskbar shortcut
Components: ‘Remote Desktop Server’ removal breaking live cumulative update post-reboot
Components: Apps could be crashing if IE and Edge both were removed
Source: boot.wim loading could hang
Registry: Integration of a unicode REG file support