Windows 10: Pre-Imaged Win 10 Request?

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  1.    04 May 2018 #1

    Pre-Imaged Win 10 Request?


    I'm working on a bit of older machine laptops who could use a windows 10 installation, (For no other reason, than the Request of My Employee.) These specific Laptops are ones that have Circulated Around 2004 and earlier, 32-bit, and hardly run anything more than 2.5 GB of ram. Things seem good enough so far, except for these CPU cores, that according to what I'm currently reading, have a Cache of 16Kb, and a frequency of ~2.5+ Ghz with no Virtualization possible. I'm trying to see if anyone has made, or could make for me a Windows 10 Pro x86 with the absolute thinnest CPU Resource use possible. I've done as much as I could on my part with utilizing a Windows Classic Shell from a third party, and disabling as much animations as possible. Yet I'm trying to figure out if anyone has been able to do a bit more. Any Tips or ISO images to work with would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.
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  2.    04 May 2018 #2

    This might be of interest, if its actually ever released. Windows 10 Lean edition for devices with 16GB of storage
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  3.    04 May 2018 #3

    alphanumeric said: View Post
    This might be of interest, if its actually ever released. Windows 10 Lean edition for devices with 16GB of storage
    So far Appears to only talk about the x64 bit version, But I'll see what I can attempt to do with this. I will say however, that storage here isn't the issue, rather, handling of the processor compared to the system's CPU itself. I can say for certain it's the one benefactor that's holding the system back from being at a more user preferred speed. Seemingly the only posts mentioning a x86 system on there is one that hasn't even loaded the supposed "lean" edition, but a Raspberry Pi OS. So I shall post about my situation on there a bit later. I'm still at the first issue on overcoming the CPU.
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  4.    04 May 2018 #4

    The Raspberry Pi reference was I believe mine. Mainly in the way it boots up from a Micro SD card. I am a Raspberry Pi enthusiast.
    I've been hoping / wishing for a version of Windows 10 (other that IoT) that would run on a PI. A ported version of 10 Mobile.
    Regardless of storage, the smaller install footprint may be an advantage. That was my thinking anyway. It's the best I have as of this moment.
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  5.    04 May 2018 #5

    alphanumeric said: View Post
    The Raspberry Pi reference was I believe mine. Mainly in the way it boots up from a Micro SD card. I am a Raspberry Pi enthusiast.
    I've been hoping / wishing for a version of Windows 10 (other that IoT) that would run on a PI. A ported version of 10 Mobile.
    Regardless of storage, the smaller install footprint may be an advantage. That was my thinking anyway. It's the best I have as of this moment.
    Oh believe me, I would Absolutely adore being able to run Windows 10, (or any Windows) on the Raspberry Pi. Luckily enough for that though, the only thing more probable with that little board is addressing, attaching, or replacing the CPU, as it is a more hobbyist type of board to work with. (Unfortunately the same can't be said with these laptop motherboards.) I do appreciate the notation either way. But I can't imagine achieving an open-sourced archive of the internal motherboard documentation for these laptops will be in anyway possible anytime soon, sad to say.
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  6.    04 May 2018 #6

    I have a long running Raspberry Pi thread in the chillout room section if your interested in having a look see, The Raspberry Pi Thread [4] I have a few followers. Check my system specs in my profile for a giggle.
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  7.    04 May 2018 #7

    alphanumeric said: View Post
    I have a long running Raspberry Pi thread in the chillout room section if your interested in having a look see, The Raspberry Pi Thread [4] I have a few followers. Check my system specs in my profile for a giggle.
    I'll be sure to take a looksee a bit later on my off time. Unfortunately now I have my own little hill to figure out and climb over. Thanks.
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  8.    04 May 2018 #8

    I'm retired so I have non of those work related stress things to bug me. Some days I miss it some days I don't. I'm an electronic technician by trade, so playing around with my raspberry Pi's keeps my brain active. PC wise and electronics wise. I do have some moments from time to time. But that's just the way things go sometimes.
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  9.    04 May 2018 #9

    alphanumeric said: View Post
    I'm retired so I have non of those work related stress things to bug me. Some days I miss it some days I don't. I'm an electronic technician by trade, so playing around with my raspberry Pi's keeps my brain active. PC wise and electronics wise. I do have some moments from time to time. But that's just the way things go sometimes.
    Well It is wonderful to see that you can afford to take the time do what you find most passionate about. I unfortunately don't have a dime to my name, and I'm still attempting to perform and be a sort of "jack of all trades" right now. (-_-) I'm trying be the type of person who dedicates his time to Design, Program (C++ and the Like), Maintenance, Modify, Mold, and push all sort of buttons in basically redesigning the technological wheel here, and Push the absolute limits of our current older ones. I know I must sound both crazy and stupid for trying to drive myself in so many directions, (especially with someone with absolutely no Cash to work with,) but I both blame this sort of thing, and utilize my ADHD to push myself in such a Multitasking conundrum. Not to mention or forget, but I happen to fancy Drawing, learning how to animate, and Writing on my off time, or whenever I get bored. Some thing I happen to purposely subject myself into juggling these bowling pins I can't afford to practice with, but I try to learn to do so anyway. So I must say I am a little bit jealous you can afford to do such hobby works like with the raspberry pi on your casual time. I'm still studying and practicing for Professional IT work in trade school, whilst working with some of the locals here in effort to make a quick little buck. So a guy can only dream to be at that sort of point, am I right?
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  10.    04 May 2018 #10

    At one time I thought of my Raspberry Pi habit as an inexpensive side project. I've spent over 4 grand on it so far, but that's many small purchases over many years. Its been a long addiction, lol. I don't regret it for a moment though. I've learned a lot and had a lot of fun. And I don't see it stopping any time soon. I have a Pi 3B+ arriving any day now. Here are my Pi projects if you want to have a look see, https://1drv.ms/f/s!AjOYwiwlwDtpgUMsp2qnevKpGEHb It's my public One Drive Folder.
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