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Posts posted by ED_Sln

  1. 11 hours ago, Mathwiz said:

    What are you folks trying to accomplish here?

    I only checked the probable possibility of using an alternative library, for example, if it had support for other encryption methods or support for TLS 1.3.


    11 hours ago, Mathwiz said:

    Might be better off just migrating to ReactOS

    This OS is so unstable that it cannot be used even for tests.

  2. 10 hours ago, AstroSkipper said:

    And on Windows XP Serpent can open https://tls13.1d.pw/ too saying:

    "Successfully connected TLS 1.3 OK;"


    In browsers based on Firefox, its own OS-independent encryption engine. Therefore, in these browsers, even in Win 9x, it is technically possible to make support for TLS 1.3. Chrome-based browsers use system encryption, so even TLS 1.1 isn’t there without a system update. But in 360 Extreme Explorer made their own encryption engine, so it also supports TLS 1.3 in Win XP.

  3. 1 hour ago, Raheem Jamali said:

    It would be beneficial when mbedtls would support TLS 1.3

    With TLS 1.3, everything is much more complicated, even Windows 10 does not support it. Sites that have versions 1.2 and 1.3 open using version 1.2. And sites with only 1.3 on them do not open at all, displaying a secure connection error. You can check browser support for version TLS 1.3 on this site: https://tls13.1d.pw/

  4. On 2/3/2020 at 4:36 AM, Raheem Jamali said:

    Replacing ieframe.dll of Win XP with React OS ieframe.dll allows UC Browser, Chromium 49 and other browsers to use TLS 1.2 but still it requires few modifications.

    After replacing the file when loading the OS, an error began to appear about the missing call in the kerner32.dll file. In addition, Internet Explorer and the browser settings in the control panel have completely broken. Support for TLS 1.2 is added by KB4467770: https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/4467770/update-to-enable-tls-1-1-and-tls-1-2-as-secure-protocols -on-winhttp

  5. Radeon 9100 hangs when you run the test, it seems he should go to rest. 3850AGP with driver 12.4 AGP Hotfix shows the same results with both versions of the videoprt driver. Perhaps the difference was while the video card drivers were not optimized for SP3.




  6. 1 hour ago, caliber said:

    benchmarks maybe ?

    Today or tomorrow I’ll check, I have a Radeon 9100 and a Radeon HD3850 AGP. But the program shows very strange results, how is it possible for the integrated video card in the chipset (7050) to be much more productive than top-end video cards?


  7. Any program made by Mozilla natively supports portable mode. To do this, create a cmd file with the string: basilisk.exe -Profile "User" or add the -Profile "User" parameter to the shortcut. The folder User will be created in the program folder. Instead of "User", you can write any word.

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  8. 37 minutes ago, caliber said:

    1.8.5 or 2.04 I use either of them they feature the last nice visual theme.

    I know, I myself use these versions and version 2.1.1 with the skin installed. I just found out that the latest version is not working already, so I’m looking for the latest supported one to add it to the archive.

  9. 2 minutes ago, sonicenforce said:

    I have Pentium 4 3.0Ghz HT and Athlon II Phenom

    These processors have this instruction.

    6 minutes ago, sonicenforce said:

    Because my father install update posready and install software using windows installer  not display button "Cancel" is white?

    If the installer does not work, then during installation there will be an error. And about the "Cancel" button, I did not understand something, is it inactive during installation? Some installers have done so specifically that it cannot be undone during installation.

  10. 10 hours ago, FranceBB said:

    anyway .NET Framework 4.0 is supposed to have superseded all the previous ones so it's probably the only one you need.

    No, a program, for example, requiring version 2.0 will not start if only version 4.0 is installed. Each version is separate and will not replace previous versions.

    12 hours ago, sonicenforce said:

    Oh in my other PC   i have net framework 1.1...is need really  remove ?

    If already installed, then let it stay. But the new system no longer needs to be installed.

    10 hours ago, caliber said:

    coup d' oeil ici

    From here you need to download: https://download.microsoft.com/download/6/0/f/60fc5854-3cb8-4892-b6db-bd4f42510f28/dotnetfx35.exe
    This is a complete installer of version 3.5, it includes versions 2.0 and 3.0.
    And version 4 can only be downloaded by the 32-bit installer: https://download.microsoft.com/download/5/6/4/5641DA81-E6FA-4550-9F80-A1D862D9CFAA/dotNetFx40_Full_x86.exe

  11. 11 hours ago, sonicenforce said:

    And about stability or bugs?

    The KB4494528 update spoils the windows installer, but it is easily fixed by the command "regsvr32 MSI.DLL" executed on the command line. No more bugs. Who has an old processor that does not support SSE2 instructions (Pentium 3 and older), they should not install some update updates that require this instruction.

  12. Version 1.1 is already very old, and for many years I have not come across programs that require this version. There are a lot of programs that need 2-4 versions, so it is advisable to install them. 2.0 and 3.0 versions are included in the version 3.5 package, so you only need to install it. Version 4, I always put the extended so that there is no situation when something is missing.


  13. Happy new year everyone!

    10 hours ago, glnz said:

    I was hoping this former happy gang of obsessed antique-tech-fiends would do for Win 7 what you all did for XP.

    With Windows 7, everything is much simpler, updates are suitable for all languages, so you do not need to search and download more than 6 thousand updates, as it was in Windows XP. I have a full set of updates for 7 SP1, 270 pieces of x64 and 262 pieces of x86, as well as about 10 optional or specific updates. But I only collect monthly security updates, no cumulative.

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