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  1. AntiVirus & Security Software: Avast Driver Updater / AVG Driver Updater ($$$, CS, ONG, UNS). (Relies on an annual subscription-based business model.) (I am not sure if you desire this but it is being listed also for the sake of completion.) Content Consumption Software: Songbird (FREE, OS). (Associated online services were discontinued in 2013.) Download from vendor Zune (FREE, CS) Download from Microsoft Misc: LightScribe System Software (FREE, CS) Video & Photo Editing Software: Hugin (FREE, OS, ONG) Download from SourceForge VirtualDub (F
  2. I am sure you understand why I would write that it was incompatible seeing as it was listed as such. Thank you again for your assistance, especially in such thorough replies.
  3. I apologize. When that version was added to the draft it had been before the release of 2019.11.7 (and there naturally was no later inclination to search for additional compatible versions before publishing the information as the latest version after 2019.6.4 was already incompatible). You have my gratitude.
  4. Additional Microsoft software/utilities: Administrative Template (.admx) files for Windows Vista (FREE, CS) Download from Microsoft Automated Installation Kit (AIK) for Windows Vista SP1 and Windows Server 2008 (FREE, CS). (ISO file; does not require to be mounted or run under Windows Vista or Windows Server 2008 but it is the last version for NT 6.0.) Download from Microsoft Autoruns (FREE, CS) Download from Microsoft Microsoft Camera Codec Pack (6.3.9721.0) (FREE, CS). (Requires Windows Vista SP2.) Download from Microsoft: (x86) (x64) Microsoft Expression Web 4 (FREE,
  5. Others LAST - FREE - abcAVI Tag Editor 1.81 --- View, add, and edit metadata tags in AVI files --- http://abcavi.kibi.ru/index.htm
  6. WinZip 14.5 is officially the last version of WinZip to support Windows 2000. It introduced the Ribbon interface, making it one of the few applications with the Ribbon to support Windows 2000.
  7. IrfanView 4.50 was recently released and, according to its changelog, support for Windows 9x has unfortunately been terminated: IrfanView 4.44 is, based on changelogs, the officially the last version to support Windows 9x. A shame as I remember using IrfanView in 2006 when I still used Windows 98 Second Edition. It made me happy knowing that it was still supported.
  8. Additional Microsoft software/utilities: Business Contact Manager for Outlook 2013 Database Tool (Download) Supports 32-bit and 64-bit versions of Windows Vista Service Pack 2 and Windows Server 2008 Service Pack 2.
  9. Additional Microsoft software/utilities: Microsoft Mathematics Add-In for Word and OneNote (FREE, CS) Requires Windows Vista Service Pack 2 or Windows Server 2008 Service Pack 2. Supports Microsoft OneNote 2010, as well as Word 2007 and Word 2010.
  10. The following virtual folders are the first to be posted in this topic that are not based on pre-release virtual folders or on versions observed in concepts, documentation, images, or patent drawings or patent descriptions. With this post I have focused primarily on the multimedia experience and how virtual folders can improve search, organization, and visualization. In regards to the virtual folders that pertain to bit rates and durations, I originally intended to distribute versions based on individual property values (e.g., a virtual folder for Very Short audio tracks), but a single version
  11. The majority of earlier pre-release builds of Windows Vista use NTLDR. I do not recall the specific build number off-hand, but I believe the Windows Boot Manager was introduced in late Beta 1 or early Beta 2.
  12. The following virtual folders are based on conceptual images (Communication History from Windows Vista codenamed "Longhorn"); existing concepts (Recorded TV from Windows 7); or patent descriptions (Shared To Me). There is little to no information other than what is revealed in conceptual images or documentation related to many of the virtual folders listed below; therefore, I have created most of them my estimation of how they would have worked—based on existing information—with some (potential) modifications. Communication History is based on the titular concept from pre-reset build
  13. Thank you for being interested in it! Would you like me to edit my original post? I converted it from .DOC to .DOCX in Microsoft Office; the .DOCX version is available here. It seems that there are minor formatting issues as a result of this change, but at least the document is now in a safer format.
  14. I am not certain if this post answers any of your questions, and if not please disregard it, but have you viewed A Guide to Reviewing and Evaluating Windows 98 from Microsoft? It discusses many of the new features in Windows 98 when compared with Windows 95. I should note that this document is legitimate is it originates from a self-extracting archive on Microsoft's website that was archived by the Internet Archive Wayback Machine.
  15. I have designed multiple virtual folders (saved searches) based on the latest versions available in pre-release, post-reset builds of Windows Vista for distribution and use by users of the release to manufacturing (RTM) version of the operating system. I am also sharing most of the virtual folders included in Windows Vista RTM—as they are fundamentally similar to those introduced later in development—to complete the collection of post-reset virtual folders, which can benefit users who no longer have these in a Windows Vista installation or who use a more recent version of Windows (where they a
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