I was wondering what would happen if I deleted the CustomRefresh.wim. If I make frequent images, do I really need it. I understand the mechanics of the .wim, but on my little Transformer it eats SSD space on my little 30GB SSD. So I could free up some space.
Thanks Shawn. That's what I thought. On a very small SSD one is always struggeling for space. I think that is one way of gaining some space.
I think I expressed myself a bit unclear. I really meant the default Refresh.wim and not necessarily the CustomRefresh.wim. But in terms of space that amounts to the same - I think.
I do so many things during the 10 hours I am on the computer each day that I do not remember in the afternoon what I have done in the morning.
Right now I am trying to get Android running in VMware Player - not obvious. And then I am working on this super duper tut of which I already made the 4th version. But it is not going to be as long as Kari's. Plus there is always a bunch of honey dews - have to edit her crafting pictures with Gimp all the time.