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Hello, i have a lot of ebay accounts and a lot of virtual machines although i think i am wasting space, i want to fill up as much of virtual machines on my SSD's, currently i have 32 virtual machines giving 12GB Of space to each machine with windows 7, is there a more efficient way and easy way to complete tasks e.g ebay, paypal that would use less GB, i have now:
1 Account = 1 Virtual Machine with windows 7
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How about you try smaller Windows Operating System.
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How about you try smaller Windows Operating System.
What windows operating system is less smaller?
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What windows operating system is less smaller?
Windows XP and if u want smaller there's one called Windows XP Tiny.
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Windows XP and if u want smaller there's one called Windows XP Tiny.
What features are there gone and what is it different to the regular? also what is the size when installed?
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As for the Windows XP Tiny I have (it has 3 different versions available)....the .nfo file has the following info:

1. Full Windows XP (nothing is removed)
2. TinyXP (large components removed, but usable for most)
3. MicroXP (extremely small, only takes 221Mb of HDD space)

All three versions are updated to February 2010.

If you want to read the .nfo file yourself let me know and I can upload it somewhere for you to download and read, I don't feel like copy/pasting all the info here.
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As for the Windows XP Tiny I have (it has 3 different versions available)....the .nfo file has the following info:

1. Full Windows XP (nothing is removed)
2. TinyXP (large components removed, but usable for most)
3. MicroXP (extremely small, only takes 221Mb of HDD space)

All three versions are updated to February 2010.

If you want to read the .nfo file yourself let me know and I can upload it somewhere for you to download and read, I don't feel like copy/pasting all the info here.
Where you find the whole iso file?
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Where you find the whole iso file?
I will PM you the link.
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me too please, i need that link
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Why do you use VM instead of new user accounts? Just easier to handle all in one place? Any other advantages?
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Windows XP and if u want smaller there's one called Windows XP Tiny.
Even though quite outdated, it serves the purpose very well /vouch
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You can create a master VM, leave it alone, create linked clones based off of that master VM. You will save a ton of hard drive space. In the menu go to VM, menu, clone...
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Why do you use VM instead of new user accounts? Just easier to handle all in one place? Any other advantages?
They both work equally well. If your using individual Virtual machines, you may well have VPNs setup on each, so you can simultaneously browse/use all accounts at the same time.
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I will PM you the link.
Me too please, would love to have that link. Thx
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You can create a master VM, leave it alone, create linked clones based off of that master VM. You will save a ton of hard drive space. In the menu go to VM, menu, clone...
How does that save you any hard drive space? Cloning a VM creates a 2nd VM of exactly the same size as the first one. I make all my VM's by cloning a fresh VM but I don't save any hard drive space by doing so. It's just faster than doing a fresh install of the OS each time.

@everyone seeking the link - just google it. It's very common. I always torrent my .ISO's but there are plenty of direct download links available also.
https://sharewbb.com/windows-xp-professional/

@ErkDaddy - using VM's opposed to user accounts is a faster, more convenient, and more secure. There are countless threads here explaining the advantages of VM's. (Google search works better than the forum search)
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