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  1. Found this with dell Inspiron but may work to find the wifi. If you go to your computers wifi driver on dells official site, then figure out it is say "Intel Centrino 1050-n" or something. Then search intel centrino 1050-n but with softpedia at the end, then on softpedia there sometimes is an various drop-downs for all the OS the driver equivalent is made for. See if XP x64 is on the list. Used to have a latitude good luck! -TheSaga
  2. @xpclient Great point thanks for mentioning this, about the clients. Even on XP old versions of the client do work to download files, its really useful for XP users. -Saga
  3. @Koishi Komeiji Wow that last paragraph is so true. This is no mere conspiracy, its for real. Bothers me. If I decide to have kids gotta show them the outside worlds greatness, no social media needed. Wasn't in the town in its hey day but Nirvana visited it back in the 90s, was a big deal for a smaller town for sure. Place was a complete dive around a cornfield haha.
  4. This site is good, its Internet explorer 5 approved!
  5. @Koishi Komeiji Should pack the bags and make it happen XD. Cool story is the small US town I moved to had a pretty legendary punk/metal scene back in the 90s and early 2000s. Maybe there was a Saga? They should have, would've been a hit not biased haha. About mega GUI The GUI’s like mega is a pretty common GUI it seems, that companies target these days. Have some vague memory of the way programmers would design back in 2012 and before, its changed a lot, more heavy. Maybe just because I used opera on the presto engine for a long time, I remember GUI being lighter.
  6. Man if anyone got the OS installed on a surface, and somehow loaded snappy driver off a USB. Would like to know if it found any drivers at all. Wish I had a newer laptop than a 2013 ASUS Ultrabook to test it on like that surface, the ultrabook had most of the drivers actually. -Saga
  7. Not sure if your talking about the same but luckily TOR 7.5.6(the last XP version I could get to work) is open source. Still very usable, might have potential. -Saga
  8. Good topic, MEGA.NZ is usable with 3.7GB of ram its success depends a bit on the browser your using(even try configuring through about::conf and settings+addons) I found personally. It also depends on how many programs in XP for instance you have in the background. I have had some fairly decent luck using serpent X86(roytam1) to download files in the browser using MEGA.nz(usually no more than a few GB's). Now the piracy aspect is controversal, it is based in Auckland New Zealand so the regulations may be different which goes back to the possible reason for the point you made. Plus I found that now the very generous free 50GB of storage with free accounts has passed. I created my account a long time ago, and someone told me very old MEGA accounts aren't affect, will have to check. Personally like yandex disk, but one final question besides MEGA.nz which do you believe has the most security and privacy? Have a great day or night, -Saga
  9. @Raniyah Thanks, Youtube Vanced is good, NewPipe always been crashing now for me.
  10. Nice, Download/screensaver works well on 2000 here, kind of got effect that reminds me of winamp about section. Should learn to make these. -Saga
  11. No external CD or USB boot support thats rough, LG crazy. Seems a very nice laptop though.
  12. (edit) Hello, Got a 2011 15r Dell inspiron not the same model came with windows 7. The machine has a large hard drive intel i3 processor. The OS never complete setup for me on NT 4.0, got to try NT 4.0 with sp6 included maybe, will reply the thread later. -TheSaga
  13. Hi, Just installed NT4.0 IBM thinkpad, if you could just get NT4.0 with SP6 added into the iso that could make it work maybe. Try to slip in the USB support exe on winworld PC NT4.0 patches. Best of luck, -TheSaga
  14. Hello there, Interesting thought here. If you still have a CRT monitor for your computer, will that differ in light from LED or LCD monitors? -TheSaga
  15. Been using 8.0 on a touch screen laptop. I remember greenhillmaniac or jody say that the advantage of 8.0 over 8.1 is its lack of telemetry. Can't prove the claim its less resource intensive though. Been a great OS though, just got to avoid forced 8.1 KB's. -TheSaga
  16. Yes I just updated until october 2020 using https://www.os.ingenserverhost.de/Tools %26 Features/Windows Vista/Updates Inoffiziell/Updates Einzelnt/Vista - 2008 x64/2020/ made by freakedenough. Get the occasional flicker when hovering over the far right bottom on taskbar icons. Anyone else try these and have different then before experiences with their vista? May just be my PC, being too cluttered. -TheSaga
  17. That is an interesting idea, got to try it out sometime. Until then I will move to the 64 bit version. Try embedded x32 updates on a pentium m laptop one of these days. Thanks Saga
  18. Hello everyone, I managed to get windows 8.0 x32 iso, and while it downloads plan to get 2012 server updates later down the road. Does the server 2012 updates ported to windows 8.0 only work with x64, if I remeber right server 2003 was last x32 server os? Regards, Saga
  19. The latest Browser-only-suite and Palemoon work great thanks roytam1 -saga
  20. Roytam1 thanks for continue to releasing these xp builds its epic help for 2003, embedded, and xp Have good day

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