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UltimaXtreme

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  1. UltimaXtreme

    YouTube WORKING! With Opera 12.02

    It's straight forward Windows 2000, SP4 set up within KernelEx. I can attest, it installed and worked very straight forward. Not well, mind, but it works.
  2. UltimaXtreme

    Modern Browser Project 2018

    Even simple support of the newer standards would be appreciated. I can give or take HTML5, the charm and novelty of watching Youtube on Windows 98 can't be enough to justify the headache or sluggishness of running a mere 360p video. If it at least means MSFN and some news sites, for example, can render more accurately, that's fine in my book.
  3. Windows 98 is a memorable system to a lot of people. I grew up right in that era, my elementary school was set up wall-to-wall with Gateways in our computer lab, hours wasted on Kid Pix and the occasional flash games (the classic era of Macromedia Flash). I've set up a 98 machine with an IBM Thinkpad T23, based somewhat on a laptop given to me by my older brother once he got a Dell desktop. Said laptop would be mercilessly smashed against a wood chest because I could never remember the BIOS password (retrospect: it was "advanced"). That was the first, and last high-cost device I would break intentionally. IBMs are tough, but they can't withstand it all. I'm mostly in this stage to explore old games I used to play on Windows XP, but also to see how far I can stretch the system. I am shocked at how much I can do on a PIII and only 512mb RAM. If I wasn't so deep into Steam or Youtube, I could probably survive just using this laptop. I very much wanna see what "current" things I can pull off with this machine. Maybe try a super-old copy of Adobe Premiere, see how far that takes me.
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