NTLite is a Windows configuration tool that allows you to modify your existing Windows install or an image yet to be deployed, remove Windows components, configure and integrate, speed up the Windows deployment process. Reduce Windows footprint on your RAM and storage drive memory. Remove components of your choice, guarded by compatibility safety mechanisms, which speed up finding that sweet spot. Windows Unattended feature support, providing many commonly used options on a single page for easy setup.
Easily integrate a single or multiple drivers, update or language packages. Package integration features smart sorting, enabling you to seamlessly add packages for integration and the tool will apply them in the appropriate order, keeping hotfix compatibility in check.
One of the important new features of NTLite (compared to its predecessors) is the ability to modify an already installed the operating system, by removing unnecessary components.
Supports Windows 11, 10, 8.1 and 7, x86 and x64, live and image. Server editions of the same versions, excluding support for component removals and feature configuration. ARM64 image support in the alpha stage. Does not support Checked/Debug, Embedded, IoT editions, nor Vista or XP.
NTLite 2023.3.9171 changelog:
- Image: Windows 11 prerelease 23H2 and 24H2 loading support, full support depends on reports
- Unattended: Show product key setup option, to be able to force showing of an empty product key prompt during setup
- Components: ‘Windows Media Codecs (Core)’ split from ‘Windows Media Player’ in order to solve game sound dependencies, please report results
- UI-Translation: Thanks for French (tistou77), German (Cartman586), Ukrainian (Ihor)
- Unattended: Unattended prompt computer multi-edition processing support (was applied only to the loaded edition)
- Updates: Multi-edition package integration processing in some situations could skip editions