Phoenix windows OS

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    Windows 10 Pro Ghost Spectre 21H1 (2009) 19043.1021 x64 SUPERLITE
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    Thanks for the feedback MaloK. Ghost is better based on your findings - Windows Update is available but paused until 2028, easily re-enabled by the user. You also have 4 install options, 2 with Windows Defender and 2 without. I chose without Defender and use OpenShell instead of Windows 10 start menu.
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    Nexus Windows 10 ENT LTSC 2021 64bit
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    ClippyBeer said:
    Thanks for the feedback MaloK. Ghost is better based on your findings - Windows Update is available but paused until 2028, easily re-enabled by the user. You also have 4 install options, 2 with Windows Defender and 2 without. I chose without Defender and use OpenShell instead of Windows 10 start menu.
    Those feedback by Malok are for gaming edition. Their Home, Pro and LTSC edition has defender and paused update.
    Depend on edition, the start menu is customisable to be difference from stock windows.
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    MaloK said:
    @sportster,

    First impressions (Pro Gamer best build '21).
    Sorry to bump an older thread, i've just installed 22H2 Phoenix and i agree with pretty much all your points, however I would say during installation of this iso, at least, you can actually choose to install with or without Defender. I chose without, and installed Avast

    I dug out an old laptop, whipped the SSD out, put a new SSD in and installed Phoenix.. Install took about 10 mins (i5-3xxx, 4gb ram) and was lightning fast, like programs opened and closed ridiculously quick, similar to turning animations off on Android i suppose, just so snappy. The theme is also beautiful with the icons! I'll try and pull that off for my PC lol.
    I do like it, i will definitely keep it on the SSD as its essentially brought new life to the old Dell

    Updates can be turned on or off, with the UpdateSVC_on/_off.bat file in Extras, and virtual memory the same, there's a bat script for that
    All in all, i do like it. and yes, resource usage is so, so low. 0.8GB of RAM at idle, and 0% storage usage. Compared to my desktop on approx 3gb ram and 0-5% bouncing around

    All in all, i do recommend for an old, tired device but can't comment on a newer, high powered PC. I may plug the laptop's SSD into my PC and run it there and try a few games. Obviously not expecting +20% FPS and what not but curious how it'll perform as 22H2 on my PC locks up occasionally
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