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  1. 3 points
    XP will live longer than 98se, and some people still use that for games, and old programs, hardware as a hobby.
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    Hey, everybody, how's it going? Dave-H and I are throwing a party for all of us on our final ever Patch Tuesday next month, at Dave's place. Dave - I can't find your address - please let everybody know.
  3. 1 point
    If they do release an ARM version of Edge, it will probably be ARM64 because of the whole Windows 10 on ARM effort they've recently been pushing. AFAIK Windows 8.x RT was made for ARM32.
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    So what's new and exciting these days at Microsoft? Windows 10 version upgrade woes? Oh those are old and rancid! What concerns US? What's waiting in the Windows Update Catalog? Well, here are some updates for Windows Server 2008 R2, which is maybe officially for some neighbors of ours, but which we might quietly appropriate and enjoy as well ... KB4488661 NET Framework 2.0 update KB4488666 NET Framework 4.6 update KB4488869 NET Framework 4.52 update KB4489873 Cumulative Security Update for Internet Explorer 9 KB4489876 Security Only update for March 2019 KB4489880 Security and Monthly Quality Rollup for March 2019 KB4489489 Security and Quality Rollup for NET Framework 2.0, 3.0, 4.5.3, and 4.6 -- contains KB4488661, KB4488666, KB4488869, plus the old regulars mspatchregfix, KB3078602, and KB4020478. Not so much to shout about actually, since MS's shoving what used to be a half dozen or more patches into one "rollup" . Oh well. One more minor thing, I'm expecting to move very shortly, and my internet interfacing may be a bit ... irregular... for a time (my beloved PC will be in a box in a storage cubicle for a couple of months unless I'm damn lucky, I'm trying to say). Granted, I haven't been doing anything really essential to GreenHillManiac's operations, so I expect things to continue smoothly. But if anyone is curious about my sudden silence , that'll be the reason.
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    Finally got around to updating this topic after so long - sorry for the delays everyone! Thanks to everyone for the additions!
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    I just tried the Win2000 build on my ancient quad Pentium Pro 1M 200MHz machine, literally Intels' first 686 processor. So there is no SSE2, no SSE, no MMX, just plain 686; And it works perfectly fine. It's very slow of course, but it does work! Thank you very much! :)
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    @3dreal, you realize this isn't Twitter, right? You can actually put all your concerns into one post! You don't have to post a "tweet storm" Anyhow, to address some of your concerns: The latest version of NM 27 is here:Don't sweat the version numbers. Go by the date (2019 Mar 16). Just because there's no installer (yet) doesn't mean it's a portable version. A portable version stores its profile within its own directory, so you can launch it from a thumb drive and your profile will be on the thumb drive as well. New Moon doesn't do that. Don't sweat what's said on the PaleMoon forums. As they will emphatically tell you, New Moon is not Pale Moon (even though it's derived from it). Many folks there don't much care for @roytam1's work, but many folks here are quite happy with it. For video playback issues (in Facebook or wherever), read the FAQ in post 1, especially where it says "Can't play h.264 clips" & "VP9 support:"If it still doesn't work, post back here, but be patient: some of our most talented followers don't necessarily read this thread each day.
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    You are using a single core processor. In that case, the only solution available for you is to hide KB4486463. But it's all right! It's offered again and again due to a badly conceived installation check. The posts quoted below tell more about it. The default in XP mode is to have just one core in the virtual CPU. As such it behaves as a sigle core CPU and KB4486463 installs but does not substitute %windir%\system32\ntoskrnl.exe. It's OK! Hide it, and forget about it.
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    And here is the repository update for Windows 8.0 for January and February 2019: Replaced Monthly Rollup with the new KB4487025 (located on the root directory of the repository) Replaced Flash Player Security update with KB4487038 (located on the root directory of the repository) Added Security Only Updates, KB4480972 and KB4486993 (located in the folder "/Security Only (Post September 2016)") Replaced Internet Explorer Cumulative Update with KB4486474 (located in the folder "/Security Only (Post September 2016)") Replaced .NET Framework Security and Quality with: -KB4483456 for .NET 3.5 SP1 (located in "/.NET Framework 3.5 Updates/Security and Quality Rollup") -KB4483454 for .NET 4.5.2 (located in "/.NET Framework 4.5.2 Updates/Security and Quality Rollup") -KB4483449 for .NET 4.6.x-4.7.x (located in "/.NET Framework 4.6.x-4.7.x Updates/Security and Quality Rollup") Added .NET Framework September Security Only Updates: -KB4480083 and KB4483481 for .NET 3.5 SP1 (located in "/.NET Framework 3.5 Updates/Security Only Updates") -KB4480075 and KB4483473 for .NET 4.5.2 (located in "/.NET Framework 4.5.2 Updates/Security Only Updates") -KB4480070 and KB4483468 for .NET 4.6.x-4.7.x (located in "/.NET Framework 4.6.x-4.7.x Updates/Security Only Updates") Added extra update KB4490516 (located in "/Extras (Non Security Updates)") Can't wait to see how IE11 will work on Windows 8.0... https://mega.nz/#F!ExhDEbDA!pUhzXKVp5-hgzvylW_btfQ
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    Ok, I've had time to update the repository with the January and February updates. Just in time, before Microsoft unleash the March ones. Replaced Monthly Rollup with the new KB4487023 (located on the root directory of the repository) Added Security Only Updates, KB4480957 and KB4487019 (located in the folder "/Security Only (Post August 2018)") Replaced Internet Explorer Cumulative Update with KB4486474 (located in the folder "/Security Only (Post August 2018)") Replaced .NET Framework Security and Quality with: -KB4483457 for .NET 2.0 SP2 (located in "/NET 2.0 SP2/Security and Quality Rollup") -KB4483455 for .NET 4.5.2 (located in "/NET 4.5.2/Security and Quality Rollup") -KB4483451 for .NET 4.6-4.6.1 (located in "/NET 4.6-4.6.1/Security and Quality Rollup") Added .NET Security Only Updates with: -KB4480084 and KB4483482 for .NET 2.0 SP2 (located in "/NET 2.0 SP2/Security Only") -KB4480076 and KB4483474 for .NET 4.5.2 (located in "/NET 4.5.2/Security Only") -KB4480072 and KB4483470 for .NET 4.6-4.6.1 (located in "/NET 4.6-4.6.1/Security Only") Added Extra updates KB4486459, KB4487354 and KB4490514 (located in "/Extras") with an updated readme file Funny enough, the timezone update KB4486459 does not replace the previous KB4468323. Also worth noting that KB4487354 in the extras folder is not needed if you install the Monthly Rollups. That is all for now https://mega.nz/#F!txxRyLzC!1vBMGzMHiL864f3bl1Rj1w EDIT: I've rearranged the repository for easier navigation. Now the pre-Monthly Rollup Security Updates are in a folder named "Security Updates (May 2017-August 2018)"
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