Microsoft warns users who strip Windows Vista using vLite
Earlier this week I had mentioned a third party application in my article, called vLite which has capability of stripping-down Windows Vista. This application has earned a bit of fame by allowing people to make their Vista installations more lightweight, removing unwanted components and implementing various speed tweaks.
Is Microsoft waving their finger in disapproval at people looking to slim down Vista? That seems to be what is happening as many people frustrated with Vista’s slowness turn to third-party utilities to speed things up.
Speaking to News.com, a huffy SpokesVole did not bless such changes that strip out applications from Windows Vista prior to installing it on your system.
He hinted darkly that one day you might need one of those applications and stripping-down operating system will fail you in your hour of need.
Future Windows updates and service packs could be impossible to download and your system will become unstable.
Why is Microsoft is upset with people taking matters into their own hands? As the article mentions, at least this keeps them using Vista rather than ditching it for XP or something else. Microsoft’s problem is with potential future complications. They see it as wreaking havoc when it comes time to update system, perhaps updates may fail or actually install but render the system damaged. I doubt people will heed Microsoft’s advice though, as it was them who suggested switching to Vista in the first place.
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