Sunday, 11 December 2011

ImageX

ImageX is the command-line apparatus acclimated to create, adapt and arrange Windows deejay images in the Windows Imaging Format. It is broadcast as allotment of the chargeless Windows Automated Accession Kit (WAIK). Starting with Windows Vista, Windows Setup uses the WAIK API to install beginning as able-bodied as cloned accession of Windows.

The aboriginal developed ancestor of ImageX was body 6.0.4007.0 (main.030212-2037). It accustomed Microsoft OEM Partners to agreement with the imaging technology and was developed in alongside with Longhorn alpha prototypes. It was aboriginal alien in Milestone 4 into the Longhorn project, and acclimated in after builds of Longhorn. Body 6.0.5384.4 added cogent advantages over antecedent versions, like read-only and read/write binder ascent capabilities, agreeable to assorted angel files (SWM), a WIM clarify disciplinarian and the most recent LZX compression algorithms. It has been acclimated back pre-RC (release candidates) of Windows Vista.

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