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    WinNTSetup 4.2.3 - fixed Vista images could be applied in compact/wimboot mode - fixed compact:xpress4k using 8k compression with newer wimgapi.dll - fixed some command line ini option combinations - fixed vmware mounted drives disappear on winntsetup exit - new cmdline option regtweaks support wildcard file pattern - new scan offlines services to exclude Driverstore *.sys files from WOF Compression
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    Here, you will find a list of software compatible with Windows Vista, after installing the new extended kernel by Win32. As this project is very new, this list will remain quite short for the time being. List: BeamNG.Drive 0.16 and later Chromium versions 53-73 beta (later versions currently do not work) Firefox "classic" versions 53-56 Firefox Quantum version 57 and later GIMP 2.10.18 Google Earth 7.3.3 and later Interlink Mail client Logitech Gaming Software 9.02 Opera 44 (later versions currently do not work) Palemoon 28.x Rocket League Thunderbird versions 53 and later Waterfox Classic Waterfox Current Whatsapp I will continue to update this list as more software is made compatible. Feel free to contribute your own additions in the form of a reply to the topic, and I will add them ASAP.
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    It's automatically done, if you install in compact or wimboot mode. Instead of adding lines like: \Windows\System32\DriverStore\FileRepository\urschipidea.inf_*\* to WimBootCompress.ini and keeping the list updated, it now scan the offline registry to catch all installed drivers that are placed in DriverStore folders.
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    Have you seen Zephyrs QFE contribution / update? https://ryanvm.net/forum/viewtopic.php?p=157918#p157918
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    @roytam1 Hi, The new MailNews does not overwrite the Binary Outcast registry values. You can check it in the Start menu by setting the e-mail program.
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    Even if you don't use the browser itself, the engine is still deeply integrated into the operating system, so exploits can still affect you...
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    What I find interesting about the 2025 comment is I thought MS was discontinuing any further updates for OS's that only used SHA-1 support as all updates for newer OS's are only signed with SHA-2? If this is the case, then there must be an update for Windows XP to allow it to receive any future SHA-2 updates. I'm with you though, I too would dearly love to get my hands on this and all Windows XP updates that have been issued since April 2019. I'm guessing that's the reason why he posted anonymously. As for 0patch, thanks for the clarification. I'm still trying to figure it all out but, this aside, it certainly is one of the most useful security-minded programs to come along to help us all stay protected.
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    Engine updates for MSE have been incompatible with XP for more than a year. I believe M$ deprecated Windows Live Essentials, but your search engine probably works as well as mine.
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    I read the thread (Beware of Office 2010 Updates!) And understood that you are trying to decrypt or encrypt Word files in XP. And that's broken with the two TLS updates for POS. If that is the correct short summary (otherwise please correct) then I think your conclusion is wrong. From my point of view, current TLS support is more important than working with Word encryption under XP POS. Or why do you have to rely on XP + Word? The subject of "encryption" and "data security" using XP seems a bit strange anyway - XP is becoming more and more insecure. And then to leave out the few updates with new and improved encryptions just because Word has a problem with them ... Hmmmm ... Then it's better to use a current OS + Word.
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    StartIsBack++ 2.999 experimental http://www.startisback.com/StartIsBackPlusPlus_setupBETA.exe
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