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  1. You talking about this patch? -> http://s000.tinyupload.com/index.php?file_id=08509080041457806036
  2. Last Versions of Software for Windows 98SE

    @~♥Aiko♥Chan♥~ It's been 100 days since last download and it's deleted automatically, last time when i check it's been ~40 downloads. 40 downloads for 2 years - it is clear sign that people don't want it/ don't need it/ don't use it/ whatever... So i will not share it anymore...
  3. Geforce 7800GS low performance on Win98 se

    Yes, it work with graphic cards, but PCIE1toPCI16 Riser adapter must be very good, otherwise picture can be distorded. I know it works because i have it: And about PCIE1x speed, It will be slow only while load maps - when it need to transport lots of data. I don't use it for that purpose cuz i have PCI-E motherboard, i wrote about my configurations there (It is upgraded with faster CPU and GPU)
  4. Geforce 7800GS low performance on Win98 se

    It looks like you have Great Expectations from your Gf7800gs, but that card is hugely overpriced. 7900GTO or 7900GTX is what you need if you want good performance on 9x... And yes, it's PCIE but if you don't have it there is adapter for it https://www.startech.com/us/Cards-Adapters/Slot-Extension/PCI-to-PCI-Express-Adapter-Card~PCI1PEX1
  5. Your fav version of Windows 9x?

    Windows 95 v4.00.950 And Windows 98 v4.10.1998
  6. Modern Browser Project 2018

    I think there is some misunderstandings. Using Qt framework is easy! QTWeb Browser depends on QTWeb Engine from Qt framework! Even if you succeed to rebuild latest QtWeb Browser using older Qt framework (which I doubt), the functionality of the browser will be downgraded because it will use older engine! Version of Qt framework used for QTWeb Browser is not compatible with 9x systems! So, to make latest QtWeb Browser compatible with 9x systems we need to recompile the Qt framework(proper version) itself in such way to be compatible with 9x systems!
  7. https://developer.apple.com/opensource/ WebKit Support Library and WebKit Auxiliary Library Their name is self-explanatory... Old version is not available and license looks retarded - https://developer.apple.com/opensource/internet/webkit_sptlib_agree.html - @~♥Aiko♥Chan♥~ No, I don't need to use Qt Creator. This is only thing i used -> qt-win-opensource-4.4.0-mingw.exe - https://download.qt.io/archive/qt/4.4/ And old MinGW v3.2.0
  8. Maybe i will try it when i find some time, but i can't promise anything...
  9. This is not Cygwin! Like it's name says, it's just downloader for Cygwin packages. Complete Cygwin with all packages is big, it's size is in GigaBytes, lots of GigaBytes! When Cygwin installer/downloader is started it show list of mirrors where packages can be downloaded from, but problem is because they don't keep older packages. I have almost complete Cygwin archive from 2002-2007 it's size is ~30GB. You said that source is from 2012, so they probably used cygwin packages from 2011-2012. I have everything except cygwin(2011-2012) and this Apple libraries and QuickTime SDK.
  10. @winxpi Maybe there can be some issues. 1. Cygwin. The problem with cygwin is that they made changes too fast and they don't keep older versions. 2. http://blog.ashodnakashian.com/2011/09/building-webkit-on-windows/ -> I don't know which version? Are they still available for download? And how they are licensed?
  11. Both Arora and Qupzilla are based on QtWebEngine which now uses code from Chromium. https://wiki.qt.io/QtWebEngine And it seams that they are just small modifications on Qt demo browser. I compiled Arora and Qt demo browser, if someone need this they are here: Arora Browser http://s000.tinyupload.com/index.php?file_id=79658569515155393611 Qt_demo - Browser http://s000.tinyupload.com/index.php?file_id=35884629957549681339 They work natively on w98/Me.
  12. @~♥Aiko♥Chan♥~ You need Qt if you want to compile it. https://download.qt.io/archive/qt/4.4/ But this is old browser, it's allmost useless now...
  13. @98SE Yes i have CRT monitor and i use it for first machine, for other machines i use LCD... 1Gb is max without SYSTEM.INI mods. I just tried to see what's maximum but now with SYSTEM.INI mod, i used 1GB + 256MB and for 98fe maximum is 1086MB MaxPhysPage=44000, for 98SE max is 1150MB with MaxPhysPage=48000 if i put 2x1GB - 2GB It gives me BSOD And i did some "benchmark" on this machine with Quake III Arena with different memory modules and results are: 1GB+256MB @ DDR266 - 390 fps 1GB @DDR 333 - 398 fps 2x512MB @DDR400 dual channel - 438 fps
  14. Yes, fresh install and no, I didn't have to reduce memory. For System 3 if PCIE graphic card is used setup must be started with /p i switch. i did some modifications on NVAML.INF (nv82.16 driver) to add 7800GT and some wide screen resolutions.
  15. So where this free 32MB come from? If System Arena is exact 1GB and Graphic card eat 256MB of it, and Cache eat 800MB what's left? -32MB? And what about kernel stuff? It suppose to be there(in system arena) also. So, how is it possible that this system works at all?
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