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    On my trip to Canada my dad had to renew his fishing license, and they had an XP running for their database access website. Sorry, no picture, there was like 5 people in the way. Also I went to Canadian Tire, and while there was no XP in sight, there was some interesting stuff. An IBM Dumb terminal! Looks like it's connecting to a mainframe (or something emulating one) to manage inventory Also I found an Dell OptiPlex 740 stuck at the BIOS screen, almost looks like a good chance it could have XP on it And, finally, a price checker running what appears to be an XP-era version of windows CE
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    What about drawing a ball from a BINGO sack? jaclaz
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    I was just glad to see "You will not see this again"! If it was going to pop up every time I used Firefox 52 ESR from now on I would not have been amused!
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    https://qdownloader.net/ <-- (MSFN user JODY THORNTON mentioned) This URL site (above) does download Video from MANY major Media websites. For a VIDEO longer than 10 minutes, to me, that might be the best choice.
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    As the rights holder, it is up to Microsoft to decide whether to enforce their copyright. Just because a company does not appear to do anything about people pirating software doesn't mean they can't. At any time that they feel like, they can come down on people who are distributing or hosting software (in part or in full) that they are not allowed to do so, including who disk images (as in this instance) or ISOs, updates, hotfixes, individual programs or files, etc and when they end up doing this, the person who is caught cannot claim that it was OK because nothing was done about it in the past. I'm sure most people would agree that the idea that you'd have to wait 95 years for Windows 95 to enter into the public domain is ridiculous.
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    It can "spoof" apps to see a higher windows version. It was indeed developed for win2k, but it can spoof win 7/8 so it's still useful on vista. I think it was tried, but I'm not sure. You can certainly try. --------------------------------------- If you want to see how I used this, (albeit, on XP/2000, but the principle is the same) look here:
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    KernelEx 4.5.2015.9.exe http://s000.tinyupload.com/?file_id=06825449428968045781 KernelEx 4.5.2015.10.exe http://s000.tinyupload.com/?file_id=09518058585301138596 KernelEx 4.5.2015.11.exe http://s000.tinyupload.com/?file_id=04928454433370618152 KernelEx 4.5.2016.16.exe http://s000.tinyupload.com/?file_id=09933494914468269986 KernelEx 4.5.2016.17.exe http://s000.tinyupload.com/?file_id=51205165902181592030
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    Just to prove another point about artifical web requirements, I was on LinkedIn today and I noticed that the site will redirect you to https://www.linkedin.com/error_pages/unsupported-browser.html if you are using an "unsupported" browser. However, at the bottom of the page it also gives you the choice to continue on: https://www.linkedin.com/?allowUnsupportedBrowser=true Continuing on does not provide a stripped down version of the site, it loads just as it would in a "supported browser".