Join Steve Fullmer for an in-depth discussion in this video The Windows 7 image file: .wim, part of Learning Windows 7.
- So what's this big deal about the Windows 7 image file?…It was introduced with Windows Vista, but the release of the…Windows Automated Installation Kit Version 2.0,…which was simultaneous to the release of Windows 7,…has truly enhanced our ability…to manage and edit the Windows 7 image file.…So what is it?…This is a picture of at least a baseline structure…for a Windows image file.…So let's explore it just a little bit.…
The Windows image file contains all of the content…of the Windows 7 RE environment,…that one's called boot.wim by default,…but you can rename it to whatever you want,…name is not important, content is.…Or you could have, by default, an install.wim,…that's the default image for all of Windows 7…as it is delivered on the Windows installation media.…When we look at this actual file,…it has in it a wim header and the header identifies…the image count and what the images are,…at least at a high level,…that are contained withinside the Windows image file.…
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