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  1. You figured correctly IMO. There was already some discussion on October 9: https://msfn.org/board/topic/180462-my-browser-builds-part-2/?do=findComment&comment=1188777 I’m sure that 32-bit Basilisk 52 will continue to be a topic of interest here.
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  2. About Kaspersky Free on XP. I have v.19.0.0.1088 OK here since a few years... No problem. Automatically patched, recently (last month) to "n". Maybe there (?): https://kaspersky-free-antivirus.soft112.com/download.html => https://products.s.kaspersky-labs.com/homeuser/kfa2019/19.0.0.1088/english-GB-0.57.0/kfa19.0.0.1088en_14173.exe
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  3. I found online installer only first until checked wayback machine and found this to full offline installer https://web.archive.org/web/20190502052352/http://cdn.download.comodo.com/cis/download/installs/1000/standalone/cispremium_only_installer.exe that been using to load comodo on all of my xp/vista machines just in case comodo deletes files from servers breaking online installer
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  4. Can also use NM28. My PC has roughly the same hardware. But he has to choose his security configuration very conscientiously Image below NM28 with 5 open tabs:
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  5. === Vanilla Windows 98 Web Browsing Summary === == Web Browsers == Windows 98 had many cool web browsers though most are now non-functional due to lack of support for HTTPS website connectivity. Fortunately several browsers have been updated with TLS 1.2 support (Transport Layer Security) allowing them to connect to almost all HTTPS sites - for now :) Note these old browsers do not display most web pages as intended, use work arounds outlined in the threads, and will not process JavaScript correctly even causing crashes, recommend disabling JavaScript. The list is sorted alphabeticall
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  6. Now I'm running FF45.9esr (JS enabled) and latest KM 76.3.1 (JS disabled) on ME. I am quite surprised and I am not sure why. I believe it has to do with the KernelEx settings for the mfc*.dll/msvc*.dll files. I had tried different modes and had temporarily set mfc*.dll's to NT40 in context with "Streaming & Downloading Youtube Videos in 2020". I had problems with setting NT40. The mouse did not work repeatedly on OS start and I also had trouble shutting down. So I had set all the mfc* files to default or Base enhencements, if default didn't stick. FF 45.9 seem to run stable with JavaScript
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  7. I went through Task Scheduler and disabled stuff that's firing on regular basis and their description didn't strike me as something that would be needed for things I expect to work to work and installed some useful software for tweaking/extending usability: Open-Shell (good old start menu, more configurable than any MS implementation and the package comes with certain tweaks for Explorer/Internet Explorer) SecureUxTheme (to be able to load unofficial themes) Aero Glass (adds transparency with blur to window frames, also more configurable than Windows 7 implementation, curr
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  8. Good Old Youtube also does a brilliant job of re-instating the non-polymer youtube interface (which is more lenient towards computer resources, especially applicable on older hardware/OSes), but, as it is an id-less Web Extension not supported on Serpent 55/52, it doesn't install out-of-the-box ; but if you modify its manifest.json file to include a gecko-id, then it will install (and work) OK! { "name": "Good Old YouTube", "manifest_version": 2, "version": "1.15.0.1-unsigned", "description": "Switch back to classic YouTube interface!", "icons": { "96": "images/logo.svg"
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  9. I found this skin for curtains which has round corners so it is possible. I'd be tempted to use curtains if I could get something like this with transparent borders and normal close/max/min buttons as well. https://www.wincustomize.com/explore/curtains/114/
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  10. Semi-OT: Home-movement is finished(of course most of packed boxes are not released in this moment, and many of them may not be released during this ~2 months period) and server is relocated to new location. lets hope next build will be on time.
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  11. Hi, new member here! I'm hoping someone can give me a bit of guidance here. I have an old Windows XP laptop that I'm trying to get somewhat modernly-capable internet wise. I have downloaded Maxthon 5 and so far that's the best I've tried but it's still not that great and the Invalid Certificate messages are quite annoying. It seems the community here has a plethora of browsers/builds that still support XP, but after looking through much of these 130+ pages I still don't know what I should be downloading or even clicking on. I'd like YouTube playback if possible, but at
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  12. Today I tested Firefox 35 and 31esr without any ME updates. This means without DirectX and IE 6 SP1 - Not even KernelEx Auxiliary DLL Updates (psapi.dll, uxtheme.dll). Only KernelEX + latest Core Updates. And indeed it started and ran! So far I don't testet on 98/98SE. About config: I tried hundreds of settings without further improvements. Printing: First tests failed. It crashed immediately. Modified Core.ini: I changed experimental win2k modes to WinXPSP2. *** KernelEx 4.5.2016.20i *** [ApiConfigurations] 34=WINXP2_PD1 35=WINXP2_PD2 36=WINXP2_PD3 37=WINXP2_PD4
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