1. downloads
  2. business software
  3. news
  4. reviews
  5. top apps
Download NTLite Free 1.6.0.6146

NTLite Free 1.6.0.6146

By Dino Nuhagic  (Freeware)
User Rating
Advertisement

NTLite Free 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 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 1.6.0.6146
Filename: NTLite_setup_x86.exe
File size: 8.33MB (8,731,408 bytes)
Requirements: Windows (All Versions)
Languages: Multiple languages
License: Freeware
Date added: April 16, 2018
Author: Dino Nuhagic
www.nliteos.com
MD5 Checksum: D0157F1B9083239936FE151378653A47

New:
Settings-1709+: ‘Reopen my apps after an update or restart’.
Settings-1803: ‘Fullscreen optimizations’.
Upgrade:
UI-Translation: French, Chinese Traditional, Russian.
Fix:
Updates: 1803 CU KB4100375 could popup an error after integration if used together with Adobe Flash update.
Unattended: Duplicate commands on repeat preset load could cause setup error.
Components-1803: Various leftovers.
Source: ESD compression now uses a number of cores instead of threads, for stability.
General: Multi-instance stability improvements in extreme scenarios.

blog comments powered by Disqus