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Windows 8 64 bits very slow to install by DVD

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2nd May 2012, 07:27 PM   |  #11  
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I'm curious....

Does windows allow imaging/installing from disk images for non corporate users ?

On my mac I image disks, and install whatever is needed from the images. Its magnitudes faster than waiting on cd/dvd read times.

Maybe someone here is familiar with how its done on windows ?
3rd May 2012, 06:17 AM   |  #12  
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Windows has some of the most efficient installation methods of any OS, you can essentially build whatever you like and have a completed automated / unattended install

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Windows has some of the most efficient installation methods of any OS, you can essentially build whatever you like and have a completed automated / unattended install

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More specifics would be good.

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Well, how about you tell us what you want to do, remote, network, disk, usb, pre setup, semi setup,what do you want an we can show you how, I've not come across any limitations. Yet ! =)

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