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    • #189130
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Do you use Windows XP in any way, shape, or form in 2021?

    • #189131
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Mypal can access LULZ and pirate bay (only sites I use) and can run borderlands 2 and Stardew valley after some bullshittery. XP is too comfy for me to switch anytime soon

    • #189132
      Anonymous
      Guest

      It’s all you need

      • #189133
        Anonymous
        Guest

        amen

      • #189147
        Anonymous
        Guest

        What keyboard is that? Isn’t the the one really bad model m variant that has bonked electronics?

        • #189150
          Anonymous
          Guest

          […]
          https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5gvMPBSGVng
          ok it definitely is, just how bad is it though?

          Uh, who uses original electronics? Microcontroller (i.e. Arduino) mod with USB.

          • #189155
            Anonymous
            Guest

            If they ain’t broke what’s the advantage? You can’t get N key rollover like that sadly.

            • #189159
              Anonymous
              Guest

              >If they ain’t broke what’s the advantage?
              Native USB, lower latency, hardware macro support, entirely remappable on the fly, NKRO, hotkeys.

              >You can’t get N key rollover like that sadly.
              Of course you can, you have to cut a few traces and run a few patch cables yourself.

              • #189198
                Anonymous
                Guest

                >Native USB

                >lower latency

                no.

                even my ryzen asus board still has ps/2 ports because of scrotebrained gaymers and 3rd world office drones.

                • #189228
                  Anonymous
                  Guest

                  It has PS/2 ports because devices using it don’t need drivers.

                • #189235
                  Anonymous
                  Guest

                  >ps/2 ports
                  i like being able to power on my system with the keyboard, but fuck you i guess.
                  OT: some XP VMs for old software is about it

                  • #189236
                    Anonymous
                    Guest

                    That’s what I miss about PS/2 keyboards, unfortunately my mobo doesn’t support them anymore, and good keyboards that use it are starting to cost a fortune

      • #189148
        Anonymous
        Guest
      • #189158
        Anonymous
        Guest

        happy radiation poisoning, anon

      • #189171
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Very woke af.

      • #189213
        Anonymous
        Guest

        great walls too

      • #189310
        Anonymous
        Guest

        i got an ibm keyboard at the thrift shop in my town the other day. $3 (canuck bucks) works perfectly

    • #189134
      Anonymous
      Guest

      yes

    • #189135
      Anonymous
      Guest

      No, but instead I use Windows 2000 with KernelEx.

    • #189138
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Winxp kernel ex when, I saw something that scrote rigged some shit from reactos to get some newer stuff working but forgot what it was called

      • #189139
        Anonymous
        Guest
      • #189140
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Already exists…

        • #189141
          Anonymous
          Guest

          Where?

          • #189143
            Anonymous
            Guest

            >it’s not literally called KernelEx so I can’t find it
            ok

            • #189144
              Anonymous
              Guest

              Sounds like you don’t know either okay

              • #189149
                Anonymous
                Guest

                >already posted
                >noo you don’t know
                ok

      • #189166
        Anonymous
        Guest
        • #189170
          Anonymous
          Guest

          >DllCompat
          Interesting, gonna check it out later. Thanks!

        • #189172
          Anonymous
          Guest

          Is a specific one of these "better" than the rest? This is the first time I’m hearing of any of this and my interest is through the roof

          • #189174
            Anonymous
            Guest

            DllCompat, NTOSKRNL Emu Extender.

            Maybe One-Core-API if you replace your system files, cross your fingers and hope for the best.

        • #189178
          Anonymous
          Guest

          >Not a virus!

          • #189181
            Anonymous
            Guest

            welcome to windows

    • #189142
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Does a VM count?

    • #189145
      Anonymous
      Guest

      At work yes. Some extruders have WinXP PLC. Offline of course.

      • #189169
        Anonymous
        Guest

        >Offline of course.

        • #189281
          Anonymous
          Guest

          kek

    • #189146
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Windows 2000 was the best interface. Clean, modern, professional. XP is a joke. I would gladly pay a $500 year license for Win2000.

    • #189151
      Anonymous
      Guest

      yes

    • #189152
      Anonymous
      Guest

      i use a japanese windows XP virtual machine under qemu/kvm to play old visual novels because i hate wine and they dont work on windows 7/10 VMs

    • #189153
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Thank fuck no
      I do have a few users using my web app on XP, they got like Firefox 52 or something ancient, freaking hell it’s insanely annoying to test for them.

      • #189264
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Firefox 52 ESR is the newest version of the official builds that will run on XP. If you have communication with them, you could advise them to use MyPal. Given that it’s a fork of Pale Moon, it might still be problematic, but I’d imagine it would be at least slightly better in terms of compatibility.

    • #189154
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I keep copies .msstyles files for use on wine, including zune and royal
      does it count?

    • #189156
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Yeah, I use it on my laptop because my old composite capture card doesn’t like my W7 desktop for some reason

      • #189265
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Wow, I don’t think I’ve ever seen XP running at that high of a resolution. It’s amazing how much less archaic it looks running like that.

      • #189267
        Anonymous
        Guest

        amarec worked fine for me in w10 even. sounds like a (You) problem.

        • #189271
          Anonymous
          Guest

          capture card problem not amarec problem

          • #189274
            Anonymous
            Guest

            what cap card?

    • #189157
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I need it to run the code editing/checking system for my 90’s car

      • #189263
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Same! Boots so fast and runs INPA just fine

        • #189305
          Anonymous
          Guest

          e36 gang

    • #189160
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Let me guess, you need more?

      • #189164
        Anonymous
        Guest

        No, that would be greedy. This is the comfiest ootb OS.

        • #189177
          Anonymous
          Guest

          Nothing wrong with being greedy, as long as nobody gets hurt.
          In this case, you’re using software, you’re not eating food someone else might need.

      • #189255
        Anonymous
        Guest

        >atom N450
        >chrome classic theme
        >clean-cut razor-sharp pixel fonts & ui elements
        >1024×600
        It truly doesn’t get more woke af than this.

      • #189258
        Anonymous
        Guest

        No, I need less.

        • #189268
          Anonymous
          Guest

          dangerously woke af

    • #189161
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Yes. It’s airgapped though.

    • #189162
      Anonymous
      Guest

      How to activate XP?

      • #189227
        Anonymous
        Guest

        you don’t, you use the volume licensing version which only needs a product key

        • #189244
          Anonymous
          Guest

          how to? i want to put windows xp on an old laptop, but got btfo’ed by activation.

    • #189163
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Couple of machines in our factory still run it. Software we use for an old machine won’t work on anything beyond it. We also have a Windows 98 labeling machine.

      • #189272
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Same. It’s still used for a surprising number of industrial control PCs. I found an xp machine buried in an x-ray baggage machine a year or so ago.

    • #189165
      Anonymous
      Guest
      • #189248
        Anonymous
        Guest

        >""""sponsored"""" video
        Stop posting this garbage.

        • #189250
          Anonymous
          Guest

          >He doesn’t use SponsorBlock on youtube

          • #189251
            Anonymous
            Guest

            Does it work on embeds? Might have to start using it since these fuckers are sniping me.

            • #189299
              Anonymous
              Guest

              Works quite well with embeds.

    • #189167
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Not XP but one of the computers on an aircraft I work on uses vista.

    • #189168
      Anonymous
      Guest

      No

    • #189173
      Anonymous
      Guest

      why do all the hackers fuck around with windows 2000 and xp and vista kernel extensions, when really they should be working on windows 7 kernel extensions to make windows 10 programs work, then 7 could live forever

    • #189176
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I use both WinXP and Win98SE on my two offline machines. They’re simply excellent OS’s, and the last usable Windows. I use Manjaro Linux on my daily drivers. I find it baffling that anyone still seriously uses Windows. Basically the thing only exists because of gamers. The continued existence of Windows and Apple is a mystery.

    • #189179
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Yeah I have a core 2 duo HP laptop running Windows XP that has bootleg PSA service software so I don’t have to bring my car to stealership for diagnostics.

      • #189190
        Anonymous
        Guest

        delete this racist garbage, incel

        • #189195
          Anonymous
          Guest

          you mad, tyrone?
          give back the laptop you stole

          • #189196
            Anonymous
            Guest

            Happy 14th birthday 🙂

            • #189257
              Anonymous
              Guest

              Happy 88th birthday!

    • #189180
      Anonymous
      Guest

      The automatic cash registers where I work use winxp. These fuckers keep on bugging all the freaking time

    • #189182
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I use windows vista on this machine, it even has TPM so I can use bitlocker
      I will NOT "upgrade" and I will NOT take my meds

      • #189184
        Anonymous
        Guest

        What does vista have that 7 doesn’t?

        • #189185
          Anonymous
          Guest

          Dreamscenes, the more coherent and consistent version of Aero, overactive UAC and meme potential
          A lack of browser support
          A lack of software support in general

          It’s like running XP compatibility wise but with a better visual appearance than 7 I guess

          • #189219
            Anonymous
            Guest

            Actually Vista software compatibility is a bit better than XP. Since the OS is much closer to 7 than XP, a lot of software that isn’t "supported" works. And there are developers who still supoort it, but not XP such as K-Lite Codec Pack and AIMP.
            Plus, it has a decent x64 version

        • #189186
          Anonymous
          Guest

          soul

        • #189187
          Anonymous
          Guest

          7 is literally just vista with no meme widgets and no black theme

        • #189188
          Anonymous
          Guest

          inkball

        • #189193
          Anonymous
          Guest

          The patches that made it Windows 7.

      • #189210
        Anonymous
        Guest

        inkball

        Vista is still my favorite OS
        peek soul

      • #189226
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Damn, Vista still looks good.

      • #189256
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Vista is unironically the prettiest Windows OS of them all. Win7 aero was a shite watered-down version of the Real Deal, pictured here.

      • #189319
        Anonymous
        Guest

        What about security?

      • #189325
        Anonymous
        Guest

        I see you’ve the minimum hardware required to run Vista without pooping the bed

    • #189191
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Doesn’t work on 8th gen Intel, stuck on 7 🙁

      • #189192
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Bullshit, I’m using 5600X with XP and works fine. Just needs CSM.

      • #189194
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Get the latest Windows XP Integral Edition, it should have all the necessary fixes pre-packaged.
        I managed to install in on a 9th gen Intel.

        • #189203
          Anonymous
          Guest

          rufus wont let me burn it, I don’t have an optical drive, what do?

          • #189205
            Anonymous
            Guest

            I used WinSetupFromUsb: http://www.winsetupfromusb.com/
            Choose your USB Stick, check ‘Auto Format’, select NTFS. Check Windows XP, point to unpacked XP setup files, and go!

            • #189214
              Anonymous
              Guest

              Sweet, I’ll check it out after dinner

        • #189216
          Anonymous
          Guest

          Tries that a while back, I either got told BIOS wasn’t ACPI compliant or just to remove my hard drives

          • #189218
            Anonymous
            Guest

            Hold F7 key when it tells you to press F6 to load drivers, that should skip the ACPI check and it would install without ACPI.

          • #189242
            Anonymous
            Guest

            >to remove my hard drives
            try disabling all the SATA drives in the BIOS that aren’t the ones you are installing it on

            • #189291
              Anonymous
              Guest

              Should I also remove my ssd?

    • #189197
      Anonymous
      Guest

      >dumb kids trying to justify their mommy’s hand me down 2004 Dell shitputer
      >"you’ll get a new pc when i do"
      >she still uses some vista pile of shit that barely works

      • #189201
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Welcome to Poorscrote Central, I hope you won’t enjoy your stay.
        I used a K6-2 450MHz shitbox with 64MB RAM and 3.2GB HDD until 2006.

        • #189206
          Anonymous
          Guest

          >K6-2
          Woke af
          I played a lot of great games very badly on a compaq with a K6-2 and onboard Rage 128 graphics

    • #189200
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I have a couple clients who freaking REFUSE to upgrade from XP… the last set of conversations were real fun

      >I bought this turbo tax and it says its not compatiblle
      Yeah you need to upgrade, xp hasn’t been supported since 2012
      >That doesn’t make any sense, it still works though
      There are no security updates from Microsoft so XP is dangerous to use for online activities.

      later

      >I can’t log onto my bank, it says my systems out of date
      Yeah… We have been going over this for the past several years, you NEED TO UPGRADE
      >But I like XP
      But it doesn’t WORK with anything anymore. you HAVE to upgrade
      >Maybe I’ll just start going to the bank instead of going online

      freaking dude won’t budge.

      Also had one today telling me that XP was the best and 10 sucks because you can’t

      >install programs
      >save pictures
      >store music
      >type documents

      And of course the pinhead wouldn’t tell me exactly why, and refused to see my computer which *gasp* has documents, pictures, music, and games installed…

      For just 5 minutes I would love ot know what the hell goes through these peoples heads on a daily basis.. I just cant seem to shove my head that far up my ass though

      • #189202
        Anonymous
        Guest

        >>I can’t log onto my bank, it says my systems out of date
        sis should’ve used Mypal and changed his useragent.
        You should tell him.

        • #189207
          Anonymous
          Guest

          >Mypal
          I will keep that in mind thank you! but…

          I’m sick of dealing with hardware thats old AF, for stubborn people who refuse any ioda of change in their daily lives. I’m over people trying to have me hunt down exact replacements for their ancient flip phone because after 10 years, the ‘8’ button isn’t working anymore… and complaining their Pentium 4 Dell dimension tower is slow, or the hdd failed and they’re not going to throw it away because they paid $900 back in the early 00’s.

          I do enjoy playing with older equipment, but the stubborness of John Q Public is just killing me now a days

          • #189209
            Anonymous
            Guest

            I hope that you are milking these boomers. Sounds like you have the perfect paypigs. Unless they still think you should be paid the 2007 rate

            • #189217
              Anonymous
              Guest

              Lol yeah i wish… Also im too nice. I let them get away with more than I should. Most of my older customers are the type of boomer who blames you for anything currently wrong because you touched it last… I used to take it in stride, but I’ve gotten to where I basically make them admit that its not my fault because i’m sick of their shit. Windows update causes a pc to not boot, my fault because i reset their gmail password a month ago… Screen is broken 4 months after I do a malware removal and Its totally not related to shutting a pen in the laptop.

              I had one the other day expected me to give them a free hdd and windows install because ‘you sold me this computer’…. 4 years ago… I had to explain that ‘this is like buying a pair of shoes, and after wearing them for 4 years, they have a hole in them. You either pay a cobbler to fix the hole or you get a new pair of shoes… A company will replace them if they are defective off the bat, but not because they wear down.
              These boomers think that buying a computer is like buying furniture, or kitchen cabinets, you should ‘have it for life’ essentially.

              With XP, vista, and 7 I now just say NO, upgrade your shit (a little more nicely of course). Only then to be hit with a barrage of ‘senior discount? military discount’ "I’m on a fixed income", "I’ll give you… 250 for a $450.00 pc" and act like I must be desperate for the sale like some slimeball used car salesman who needs to meet his quota or be fired by end of day. I love what I do.. but the people just make it insufferable most of the time.

          • #189212
            Anonymous
            Guest

            >ioda
            rotf

        • #189208
          Anonymous
          Guest

          Why? It’s 2021 and they need to UPGRADE

      • #189260
        Anonymous
        Guest

        >Also had one today telling me that XP was the best and 10 sucks because you can’t
        >>install programs
        >>save pictures
        >>store music
        >>type documents
        I mean, he’s not wrong there

    • #189215
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Yes I run my ancient shop management software on a Windows XP VM and just use remote app to access it from real computers around the garage (macos).

    • #189223
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Now it just says I need to do CHKDSK /f, nothing seems to be working, integral edition must just not be enough

    • #189224
      Anonymous
      Guest

      No, windows xp is end of support, ask mommy for a new computer.

      • #189231
        Anonymous
        Guest

        ecks dee

      • #189237
        Anonymous
        Guest

        kek

      • #189238
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Juggalo scrotebrain

    • #189225
      Anonymous
      Guest

      >Zune theme

      My man.

    • #189232
      Anonymous
      Guest

      in a vm to play old gaymes

      • #189233
        Anonymous
        Guest

        I’ve never gotten good gaming performance in XP VMs, what’s the secret?

        • #189275
          Anonymous
          Guest

          parallels desktop on macOS has better performance than wine

        • #189276
          Anonymous
          Guest

          Lack of hardware acceleration.

        • #189292
          w7-890
          Guest

          THIS (lol my other software still works fine on XP)
          now that vbox 3d acceleration is dropped how do i keep playing my old retro gaymes there
          also XP is really light i use it as a rudimentary flash player (since i don’t wanna patch my system32)

          • #189296
            Anonymous
            Guest

            you could just drop in mesa’s llvm softpipe (software renderer)
            while it obviously has high cpu usage and low performance next to even the weakest gpus, it is something, and on a good computer good enough for simple/old programs

          • #189314
            Anonymous
            Guest

            VMWare Workstation Player. Have a friend that had to use Japanese XP and use it because of the 3D acceleration versus VirtualBox.

    • #189234
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Yup I have it installed under virtualbox and run it fairly often to play older games.
      I dont get on many sites either so those are still fairly supported with mypal browser (fuck palemoon devs) so its still useable for me.
      So I spend a decent amount of time in it playing games and reading this site and a few others.

    • #189239
      Anonymous
      Guest

      atms and other vending machines probably still run on it so most probably

    • #189240
      Anonymous
      Guest

      >All computers in the ministry of communication uses XP
      >We have to develop for it in VB6
      God bless Iraq The Cradle of Civilization

    • #189252
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I have a VM I play old games in

    • #189253
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I still use Windows XP Pro SP2 64bit to used for internet and LULZ only. Updated my old 4GB to 16GB DDR3 1866 of memory for dirt cheap from Ebay less then $25.00. My computer run on 4 core AMD-R8 5500B 3.2Ghz. apu chip which run very low watt and very low sound from the fan. Did you know you can still activated new Windows XP OEM or Retail key that never been used that i what i did few month back on my old new updated computer so what i did was call the 1 800 number from Microsoft and it was so easy to do. Living like King in 2021 on Windows XP with No Update, no crashing, no bot, and the best part i have freedom of used in Windows XP with No Bullshit.

      • #189254
        Anonymous
        Guest

        I am working on a similar build. Literally just a LULZ and UT99 setup.

        • #189278
          Anonymous
          Guest

          >UT99
          my sis

          • #189283
            Anonymous
            Guest

            do u guys wanna play ut99 tomorrow?

    • #189259
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I do. I have a Dell Latitude D630 that I use for legacy software needs as well as just nostalgia. I kind of want to put Windows 2000 on it, but I think I’m just going to stick with XP.

    • #189266
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Windows XP come with Interix subsystem and Windows Services for UNIX which implement POSIX.
      I wonder if it is possible to compile WINE in that environment to run Windows 7 and Windows 10 software in a wineprefix on top of Windows XP.
      I know attempts to compile WINE with MinGW always failed but maybe is a better approach than kernel extensions

    • #189269
      Anonymous
      Guest

      So if i run win xp on a vm i won’t get virus injected into my host pc like what people told me?

      • #189270
        Anonymous
        Guest

        You won’t get a virus injected into your pc even if you run it on metal as long as you use Common Sense: Current Year Edition while online.

    • #189279
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I riced dad’s Debian install to look like Windows XP so he can play solitaire through wine just like in 2006

    • #189280
      Anonymous
      Guest

      For old VNs that don’t run well or at all on newer OS.

    • #189285
      Lennon
      Guest

      Come home white man.

      • #189289
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Thats not XP

        • #189290
          Anonymous
          Guest

          Its not vista

          • #189326
            Anonymous
            Guest

            It is, as a matter of fact.

      • #189293
        Anonymous
        Guest

        ew

    • #189286
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Using it right now

    • #189287
      Anonymous
      Guest

      if i could get windows xp installed on my 6700k machine i would probably run it

    • #189288
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I would love to do it but my machine wouldnt handle extra security measurements

    • #189294
      Anonymous
      Guest

      On a regular basis, along with OS2/Warp, on local cash machine or ATM’s for you doodles.

    • #189295
      Anonymous
      Guest

      For all the fanfare about XP being extremely unsafe and out of date, did anyone ever actually get hit with a virus or any actual hacking?

      • #189300
        Anonymous
        Guest

        No uac
        Someone with mimikatz could extract and crack your password in a day since LM hashes are still a thing in xp
        A gorillion unpatched entrypoints to kernelspace

        It is really insecure but people keep parroting this without knowing your specific cirumstances. If you know what you are doing you can potentially get away with running xp. Its just dumb.

      • #189301
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Nothing really major was discovered since 2019. There are lots of potential vulnerabilities, like

        No uac
        Someone with mimikatz could extract and crack your password in a day since LM hashes are still a thing in xp
        A gorillion unpatched entrypoints to kernelspace

        It is really insecure but people keep parroting this without knowing your specific cirumstances. If you know what you are doing you can potentially get away with running xp. Its just dumb.

        mentioned, but if you use Common Sense while online you won’t get in trouble.

    • #189297
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I have an xp vm exclusively to play Total Annihilation on LAN
      And I had another for a work project that only worked with VS2005. Pain

    • #189298
      Anonymous
      Guest

      No, because I’ve my own opinion

    • #189302
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I did you lads get all the updates do you have like and updated iso

      • #189303
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Have you really been far even as decided to use even go want to do look more like?

    • #189304
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Nah, I’m stuck on vista

    • #189311
      Anonymous
      Guest

      i saw someone on here post a rentry or a github cant remember for wine on XP quite a while back
      cant find it again do any of you have it

    • #189312
      2monthsclean
      Guest

      >super + f
      >"serenity"
      >no results

      this guy was an addict or something so he started a passion project. I used to slam meth being the degenerate i was/still am. hobbies to cure addiction. it’s worked for me so far, although i’m still trying to get on government amphetamine for obvious reasons, vyvanse.

      point being, you can run and help speed up the development of this operating system all the while learning about OS programming.

      I’d never run it as a day to day OS, it isn’t ready for that and buddy said so aswell. that is the goal however.
      https://serenityos.org/
      https://github.com/SerenityOS/serenity

      I was thinking about building a portage like package manager for it myself. one of the main turn on’s of gentoo is portage for me atleast. pretty sure he’s manually compiling packages anyway to build his apps.

      I have alot of respect for this guy hes got me interested in something compsci that doesnt relate to meme languages or networking which is batshit boring to me. great youtube channel too, alot to learn.
      https://www.youtube.com/c/AndreasKling

      • #189313
        2monthsclean
        Guest

        looking at the text it looks stick like? he fixed the text in a recent video by making it blur a little I think. In this pic it was using point to point something, I believe it’s billinear filtering which in this context just blurs the font and icons making it easier on the eyes.

        • #189316
          Anonymous
          Guest

          I do like bitmapped fonts, hope there would be an option to turn this filtering off.

      • #189315
        Anonymous
        Guest

        What’s the situation with its software support?

      • #189323
        Anonymous
        Guest

        How stupid would absolutely anyone have to be to ever have the following thought ‘meth sounds like a good idea’? Just go die already.

    • #189317
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Yes. Avast has a modern chromium port to XP.

      • #189322
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Kinda wish they had an offline installer.

    • #189321
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Use it all the time in industrial society, mainly as user interface to dos woke af machines

    • #189324
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I haven’t used XP for 15 years now

    • #189328
      Anonymous
      Guest

      kind of

    • #189329
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I still use Windows XP and it’s still good. I love Windows 2000 though, and I think it is better than XP. The way I think no matter how you use Pro or Home editions, I still think it’s mostly for those users who use it for home computing.

      My laptop is still running Windows 7 and I have another computer that is running Windows 10 and I am thinking about upgrading it to Windows 11.

    • #189330
      Anonymous
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      used it for winamp but the harddisk crashed

    • #189332
      Anonymous
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      Yes in a mame computer running groovymame and connected to an old crt tv through a vga to component transcoder.

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      I run it in a vm with mouse integration disabled just so I can have the starfield screensaver playing on a secondary monitor without it being disturbed when I move the cursor to that monitor.

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