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I have a Aspire One AOA 150 . I want to customize a Windows XP installation ( for e.g with nlite ) for small memory footprint and low CPU usage. then I want to try out Windows XP embedded for performance comparisons. How can I generate a small footprint Windows XP installation? Anyone having similar experience on netbooks?

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There's a few guides to it such as this

In addition, use a rewritable cd, in case you remove something you need, so you can tweak the install, and know your hardware.

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+1 for the RW suggestion. – Torben Gundtofte-Bruun Aug 4 '10 at 8:15

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