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I just want create a windows setup file, which included all basis software which i want to install after windows installation.

Please help me to create a windows setup file, which includes all basic software..

thanks in advance
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You can install all software and then use imagex to capture a new .wim file that holds all software already. That can be inserted to your installation source - bingo.
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https:#a41829603 is a standard procedure which I have used with win7. It needs no additional software so it is even free.
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