How to Use Win Toolkit v22.214.171.124 to Customize Your Windows Installation
Win Toolkit is a free and lightweight application that allows you to tweak and customize your Windows installation. You can use it to integrate updates, drivers, addons, themes, tweaks, wallpapers, and more into your Windows installation disk or USB. You can also remove unwanted components, create unattended files, edit registry settings, and make ISO files with Win Toolkit.
In this article, we will show you how to use Win Toolkit v126.96.36.199 to customize your Windows installation. This version of Win Toolkit is pre-activated, which means you don't need to enter any license key or activate it online. You can download Win Toolkit v188.8.131.52 from here [^1^] or here [^3^].
Step 1: Launch Win Toolkit
After downloading and extracting Win Toolkit v184.108.40.206, run the WinToolkit.exe file to launch the program. You will see the main interface of Win Toolkit with various tools and options.
Step 2: Select Your Windows Source
The first thing you need to do is to select your Windows source file. This can be an ISO file, a DVD, or a folder that contains the Windows installation files. To select your source file, click on the \"Browse\" button at the top left corner of the interface and navigate to the location of your source file.
Once you select your source file, Win Toolkit will scan it and display some information about it, such as the edition, the architecture, the size, and the language of your Windows source.
Step 3: Choose Your Tool
Now that you have selected your Windows source file, you can choose one of the tools from the left panel of the interface to customize your Windows installation. Here are some of the most useful tools in Win Toolkit:
All-In-One Integrator: This tool lets you integrate addons, drivers, gadgets, language packs, modified files, theme packs, tweaks, silent installers, and updates into your Windows source file. You can also remove components that you don't want from your Windows installation.
ISO Maker: This tool lets you create an ISO file from your customized Windows source file. You can also burn the ISO file to a DVD or a USB drive.
Unattended Creator: This tool lets you create an unattended file that contains your personal settings and preferences for your Windows installation. You can use this file to install Windows without any user interaction.
WIM Manager: This tool lets you manage and edit your install.wim file, which is the main file that contains all the Windows installation files. You can rename images, delete images, add new ones, create ISO files, rebuild images, mount images, unmount images, and more with this tool.
Component Removal: This tool lets you remove over 100 components that come with Windows, such as Internet Explorer, IIS, Windows Media Player, sample pictures, tablet PC components, etc.
WIM Registry Editor: This tool lets you mount the wim file and edit its registry settings. You can add your own tweaks and modifications to the registry with this tool.
Step 4: Customize Your Windows Installation
In this step, we will show you how to use the All-In-One Integrator tool to customize your Windows installation. To use this tool, click on it from the aa16f39245