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The PC is a few years old, works well, except for some recent minor technical issues, including not being able to complete a full ISO backup, although I can do a Windows Easy Transfer. Apps I use are Lr3.6, Adobe Acrobat DC, Adobe Digital Editions 3, Picasa, Light Artist, GIMP2, Open Office the latest, IE11.0.9600, Firefox latest (which has been having problems for a while now for some reason; I think they may want me to upgrade to Chrome), Zune, Irfan View 4.28, Trend Micro Antivirus . And, of course, the preinstalled apps, such as Disk Cleanup etc, although most have been removed. I want to keep my Win7Starter machine until it crashes, and then I would install a new Seagate HD 250Gb.Photography is mostly what I use it for, and uploading to and using various online image/product selling sites.
Creating the n Lite Windows Install CD Running through n Lite is pretty simple, but takes quite a bit of time.
For some people that's all the Eee PC will ever need to do, but for others, a full blown install of a "heavier" OS will be required (or maybe just wanted).
Because of the Eee's limited hardware specs, Windows XP comes to mind, but even a default install of Windows XP with all of the patches can be 2GB or above.
Is there any way to get a more minimal install on this somehow?
Instead of using the xubuntu, or indeed any if the standard live or alternate *buntu iso's try a minimal cd.Once finished, reboot when asked removing the install medium. You can then complete the installation with the apps you want to use.