Win Toolkit is a free, lightweight tool created to assist you in customising your Windows installation. You can use the program on Windows 7, 8 and 10. It’s a compact software to use when creating your own Windows bootable USB or disc.
Win Toolkit is helpful for professional network administrators who have to do mass-installs of Microsoft Windows on many computers. In this case, the customisable features come in handy. The average home user can also use it quite easily, with just a moderate amount of technical know-how.
This app lets you remove features like Windows Media Player. This is especially helpful if you find yourself using third-party media players such as VLC Media Player. You’ll also be able to install theme packs, tweak settings, add language packs, add-ons and gadgets into your install.
If that’s not enough, Win Toolkit also comes with a few extra useful features, including the ability to make ISO’s and convert files. It’s pretty easy to use for most users due to its intuitive interface.
This tool allows users to remove over 100 components that are typically included in Windows. Adding new components requires a simple download from the Internet, which you can then add using the ISO maker tool. You can save a lot of time and effort by using Win Toolkit in the future, particularly if you reinstall Windows frequently.
This is a third-party application developed by Legolash2o. That being said, it’s entirely safe to download. It has no viruses or any malware attached to it. This freeware is only available for Windows and is just under 5 MB in size. The software has seen many updates since its release many years ago so you can be sure that it has had many improvements.
Make your custom Windows
If you want an entirely customised, personal Windows, you’ve come to the right place. Add your own theme, your most frequently used software and remove all the default programs. You can even create your ideal installation setup. With Win Toolkit, it’s never been easier to make Windows your own.