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Windows 7 Component Removal

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Tools for removing components from Windows 7

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Description

This toolbox provides two command line programs that help remove components from Windows 7. The xml creator reads information from Windows 7 manifest files and builds xml files. The removal utility reads the xml files and removes all the files, directories, and registry entries from a Windows 7 installation source. This project is similar to RT7Lite and what 7Customizer aims to do, simply without any other functionality other than removing components.

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Features

  • command line component removal tool
  • create xml files from Windows 7 manifest files using keywords
  • complete command line interface to automate all tasks (read: great for batch files)

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    Thanks for W7cr, it's good!

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Additional Project Details

Languages

English

Intended Audience

Advanced End Users

User Interface

Command-line

Programming Language

Perl

Registered

2012-01-27

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