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Old 14 February 2010, 11:53   #8
Konrad
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You can replace the explorer.exe with any other exe you like.
The task bar is part of the explorer process, so when you use winuae.exe as shell you won't ever see it.
Also use nLite to speed up booting and minilogon to hide the bootscreen/logon/logoff/shutdown screens

Downside:
- when you mess up the shell-change (i.e. enter a wrong path for the shell) you'll most likely have to reinstall windows
- IIRC Strg+Alt+Del won't work anymore, so no access to the task manager. I know there's a tool out there fixing that, but can't find it now.

Take a look here, lots of help:
http://www.mp3car.com/vbulletin/winnt-based
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