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  Reply # 2087399 11-Sep-2018 11:07
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A "proper" custom setup option on install where I can choose to not install various components e.g cortana, paint, xbox stuff, etc.

 

 

I know LTSB/LTSC is an option, but it's not meant to be used on a desktop machine.

 


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  Reply # 2087475 11-Sep-2018 12:57
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autechre: A "proper" custom setup option on install where I can choose to not install various components e.g cortana, paint, xbox stuff, etc. I know LTSB/LTSC is an option, but it's not meant to be used on a desktop machine.

 

It's easy enough if you are using a proper deployment tool (e.g. MDT/SCCM), I remove unwanted apps offline during the WinPE phase with Michael Niehaus's script from here.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 





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