How Can I Slim Down Win98 To 200 Meg (or smaller) ?

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I've got win98 on a 340Meg hard drive. The drive isn't big enough. It is my little boy's computer. He's only got 5meg of space right now - and that's with only 5 little tiny games loaded up. How can I make win98 smaller? Surely it doesn't really need all that 300meg? There is a thing called 98lite which I've heard is only about 10meg !!! I don't imagine that would serve to run a computer, put it on the home network, access the internet (via the network) and play games for him... would it? I imagine it is something like a win98 boot disk. But I may be wrong. The question is: how can I cut down the size of my win98 installation on this 340meg disk, without breaking it? regards, ab :)
ASKED: July 20, 2007  5:29 AM
UPDATED: July 20, 2007  9:49 AM

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Hi abrogard…
Try to uninstall the programs which are not necessary and are installed by default…
The first version of 98lite does not contain IE but the newer versions had them which u can access internet…

http://www.litepc.com/98lite.html

See the specs of 98liteME(Millenium edition)…

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