I ran across this OS that was designed for gamers and is based on NTLite. Has anyone here tried this out for Live Music?
I was looking to get some feedback on it because it says it squeezes more out of lower resource laptops and PCs making some of them usable for gaming as far as latency and screen redraw time is concerned.
The Faq gave this set of points for it.
The following components and features are removed in Atlas:
- TPM (Trusted Platform Module)
- Windows Defender
- Storage Spaces
- eMMC Drives
- RAID Disk Configurations
- Biometrics (Face Recognition/Fingerprint)
- Voice Recognition
- Restore Points & System Reset
- Alternate Languages, due to a Windows Bug. With luck, you may be able to install a different language.
- WSLv2 - Requires Hyper-V, v1 is supported
- Modern Flyouts
- Oculus Software Check Here
- Cracked Software - In the event they do not work, there will be no support.
- Cheating Software - In the event they do not work, there will be no support.
No language support is bad that’s for sure. Also I’m not sure if @brad - Cantabile would be affected by some of these functions being removed. I might just have to build a clunker to put it on to see what it’s about.
Thanks for any thoughts!