Windows made even smaller: NT4 and IE in 32MB

  TOPCAT® 22:29 18 Mar 03

Do they really understand what our flecc has done? I doubt it. TC.

'YESTERDAY'S STORY OF A MAN who managed to reduce the footprint of Windows 98SE down to 40MB fascinated many readers. It also prompted a couple of interesting pointers to arrive in the form of email. The quart into a pint pot award must go to a company called APCT for squeezing NT4 and IE onto a 32MB compact flash card...'

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  VoG™ 22:33 18 Mar 03

Yes, well The Enquirer. Enough said?

Thanks for the link TC.

  zanwalk 22:44 18 Mar 03

We know we can rely on you to keep us up to date on developments out there!

P.S. Isn't it about time that you had a go yourself with SPEEDOS?

  TOPCAT® 22:58 18 Mar 03

I'm nervous as a kitten over it and that's a fact. I'll experiment on this PC when I get my new one. I'd hate to miss my visits to this place if things go wrong!! :)) TC.

  leo49 00:58 19 Mar 03

Just go for it - how hard can it be if I've even done it?

  TOPCAT® 20:19 19 Mar 03

I've mailed you!

  jobboy 02:37 20 Mar 03

i want to know where down it . thanks

  kelly_YX 02:59 20 Mar 03

give me

  kelly_YX 03:01 20 Mar 03


  tingxue2002 03:50 20 Mar 03

Where can I download it???

  Benson-244870 04:57 20 Mar 03

could u mail me? Tks!

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