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  1. The 32 bit part of it is very broken now. I am trying to fix it. However, I consider the new 64 bit enhancements to be finished.
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  2. Audacium 3.0.4 a fork of Audacity is back ported to Windows XP. It can be downloaded here - A Windows XP backport of Audacium 3.0.4, a fork of the audio editor Audacity.
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  3. What are you doing in this thread then, I wonder.
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  4. This version is already available as an English release in Humming Owl's thread: Cheers, AstroSkipper
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  5. Yes, that's correct. Enderman was one of them. It used to be true, but nowadays not anymore. See this link to know more: https://gs.statcounter.com/windows-version-market-share/desktop/china/#monthly-200901-202205 Armenia is so far, the only country I know, that has a lot of XP users: https://gs.statcounter.com/windows-version-market-share/desktop/armenia/#monthly-200901-202205
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  6. Bleh, I remember XP refusing to activate in the past for being done too many times... I use workarounds ever since, even on my daily-driven Win10, for which I do have a legitimate key. Maybe it works after installing current certificates.
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  7. I wouldn't really call it a "speed-up" option. If I understand it, it PRELOADS content based on links in your CURRENT page. So your downloaded bytes go through the roof and you maybe never went away from page one so why enable the browser to load content for page two? Page two loads faster because it loads portions of it before you clicked away from page one.
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  8. The mirror of latest BNavigator, Firefox 45ESR, IceApe, IceDove, K-Meleon 1.5.x/74/76, MailNews 52, New Moon 26.5/27/28 and Serpent 52/55 builds by @roytam1 has been updated -> soggi.org - tools. changelog: - added latest BNavigator 0.9 20220528 build - added latest IceApe 52 20220528 build - added latest IceDove 52 20220528 build - added latest K-Meleon 76 20220528 build - added latest MailNews 52 20220528 build - added latest New Moon 27 20220528 builds - added latest New Moon 28 20220528 builds - added latest Serpent 52 20220528 builds - added latest Serpent 55 20220528 builds --------------------------------------------------------- Ahhh....I knew there was something. Great! Maybe you can add this to the repository!? BTW there already is a quick 'n' dirty solution for XP -> https://github.com/darktohka/FlashPatch/issues/7#issuecomment-785096536. Thx for the suggestion for these versions - I'll have a look at it! Have a look at my mirror (link above or in my signature) there are notes about noSSE/SSE(2) for many of @roytam1's browsers. kind regards soggi
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  9. I can confirm that following browsers are working with the new interface of virustotal.com if variable dom.moduleScripts.enabled is set to false in about:config: Mypal 68, New Moon 28 and Serpent 52. Firefox 52.9.0esr is natively working with the new interface of virustotal.com, presumably because of lacking this variable dom.moduleScripts.enabled. Unfortunately the Chrome browsers 360Chrome v11 and 360Chrome v13 are not working with the new interface of virustotal.com. I tried to change some script related flags, but without any success. Cheers, AstroSkipper
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  10. You can do this via the native GUI, but several cookie-related extensions also come with that function built in... One I can recommend is EditThisCookie: https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/editthiscookie/fngmhnnpilhplaeedifhccceomclgfbg but my most preferred cookie manager is MILK: https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/milk-—-cookie-manager/haipckejfdppjfblgondaakgckohcihp These extensions offer a very fine way of managing cookies (editing/protecting/etc.) besides just deleting cookies for a specific domain... Later addition: Clicking the MILK icon when on an "msfn.org" tab, the relevant cookies are auto-displayed and then you are presented with several choices of managing them, first one being deletion: If you don't want to use an extension: Load "chrome://settings/cookies" In the search field (top right) type "msfn"; the cookies set by the domain should appear as small rectangles; you can delete them all (Remove all button) or individually:
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  11. That option sets 360Chrome to clear the selected items each and every time that you close 360Chrome. The click the button dialog is because the very first time that a user sets this, they could have selected items in the GIGABYTE range, so the prompt is to clear that 'now' instead of waiting for the next closing of 360Chrome.
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  12. This article is fairly recent, and may interest you: https://www.gpudrive.com/gpu-rasterization/
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  13. I'm up to NINE computers and they are all i3 or older except for one i7. Hardware acceleration does NOT work on any of them! I have ZERO performance gain with hardware acceleration and TONS of graphics issues when I enable it. 9 times out of 10, if you have issues you are researching, the FIRST suggestion is ALWAYS to "disable hardware acceleration". I personally would never suggest anybody to enable hardware acceleration - "mileage may vary".
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