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sparty411

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sparty411 last won the day on February 19

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  1. Very cool project! I absolutely love the old Mozilla UI.
  2. Ah, I see, that's too bad. This browser works significantly better under 98SE than any of the others I've found.
  3. sparty411

    End of POSReady 2009 patches, what to do?

    Probably just keep using it, as long as we keep getting updated browsers.
  4. sparty411

    Steam for XP in 2019?

    It will likely continue to work until they push a new client update. When that day inevitably comes, we will be SOL.
  5. sparty411

    Windows XP security after POS Ready 2009 updates cease

    Don't hold your breath.
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    Windows XP security after POS Ready 2009 updates cease

    Interesting. I don't understand why so much FUD is projected, in regards to XP's security. It's almost like some people get off on it. Truly perplexing. Considering the amount of software that is available for the Windows XP platform, I see little reason to upgrade in the near future. GNU/Linux is a viable alternative to XP, but even abandoned proprietary software is often times objectively better than whatever GNU has to offer.
  7. So, aside from presumably having a an actively maintained web browser, us XP users will be left out in the cold, come April of 2019. How dangerous will it be to continue using this aging operating system online? Will a router firewall, and up to date web browser be enough?
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    January 1st 2019 / still 4%

    The end of official support doesn’t render the operating system unusable. As long as you’re connected to the Internet behind a router with a firewall, and browsing the internet responsibly on an updated browser, there is no reason why you can’t continue using XP without an issue. I have no intention of giving it up any time soon.
  9. sparty411

    Steam for XP in 2019?

    It still works as far as simply launching the client goes. If you try to download any games, you'll be met with a server unreachable error.
  10. sparty411

    January 1st 2019 / still 4%

    I just came back to XP this year, as I’ve become jaded by the direction MS is going in with Windows.
  11. sparty411

    Steam for XP in 2019?

    This is really sad. I have quite a few steam games that I played exclusively on XP, simply due to the fact that they had better compatibility / were much more stable on this old platform. I’m inclined to never give any of my money to Valve ever again. The least they could do, is allow you to access your library to download and launch your games.
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    Mozilla Firefox 52 esr support petition

    Signed! Only 20 signatures though
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