@alacran that is how it works you install all the things you want on first step and then you create the wimboot file.
I will show you mine own setup:
That is with the big nvidia video drivers included.
Also winrar, sumatra, virtual clone drive, k-lite codec pack, vlc, chrome browser with personal settings, java, c-cleaner, shadow defender.
The size of my wimbootfile is 5.87 Gb as you can see here:
But where you choose 1 gb i prefere 5 gb so that the os can breathe more freely.
I can create one with 1 gb if i want as you can see but i do not prefere it.
The space that the os takes with all that installed is just 637 mb, i must notice that this is built with windows 8.1 embedded industry pro with update 3 and is the full version.
My sollution for growing to big is freezing my os with shadow defender:
Every reboot your os will be a virgin.
My look on using rambooting with a wimboot file is cloudy, to me you cripple the real power of an os running in ram.
But that is a personal thought.
Edited by blackbalfur, 2 weeks ago.