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  1. Why didn't you go for home premium or business? ultimate might add unneccesary stuff that might hog up a bit extra memory and processing, also you might want to get Windows 2008 Updates to be secure incase you're going to be using the internet for browsing or watching videos or anything related , although dont get the Spectre Updates if you decide to get the updates , it cuts around 25-30% cpu speed and considering you're already on 1.6ghz you wouldn't want that, It might a bit offtopic to what you asked but just a suggestion
  2. its the patched one right? thanks
  3. @VistaLover any link for serpent 55?
  4. you are heavily mistaken , reality is vista sp2 is better than windows 7
  5. good job, really good info, thanks for sharing it with us
  6. well moonchild claimed that we could see vista support for the future he also said basilisk and palemoon 28 would work so i dont know why he wouldnt do it
  7. all we can do is wait and hope that moonchild supports vista as he himself clearly knows that vista and 7 are alike and little to no work is needed to get it working if im correct.
  8. @WinClient5270 at first he was totally against the idea of having vista supported and now hes caught saying kernel 6 is supported, lets hope he decides to help the vista users out
  9. moonchild did say vista wasnt compatible long time ago, but after he mentioned that their targetted kernel was 6 and above the questions were raised and he said "As for our support: support for features will be limited in Vista, but since it matches the minimum platform requirements there's no reason to change that on a per-application basis. UXP applications including Basilisk and Pale Moon 28 should continue to run on Vista in the foreseeable future." as you can see for yourself if you wish to. So it should be supported probably but no one really knows what will happen.
  10. he says basilisk and palemoon will work in the future
  11. burd

    Steam Dropping XP&Vista Support

    wont happen even if you email, even 150,000 people weren't enough to change valve's rules, we had a petition for cs:go in which 150k people signed it to bring a change in the trading and valve even saw it and replied its highly unlikely that the rule would be reverted, they dont really care anymore it seems https://www.change.org/p/valve-corporation-revert-to-old-cs-go-trading-rules/
  12. maybe the number of people on xp and vista using itunes has changed their minds or their so called block didnt work
  13. the last topic we were talking about was about itunes working past its expiry date i.e 25th May , can someone reconfirm on XP if it still works?
  14. burd

    [VESA]UniGFX Graphics Driver

    @Dibya any news on this ? been awaiting some updates regarding it
  15. Tested Couple Of Nvidia Drivers, 372.54 , 372.60 , 372.70 , 372.90 , 373.06 all of them have a Ntamd6.0 section with devices beforehand and should install out of the box but drivers after the version 372.70 simply dont work due to lack of dll/functions present in vista as we already know. So it is suggested to install 372.70 if needed for 10X Series GFX Drivers as it is the last driver to unofficially work.