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  1. I don't know too much about this, but I'm having issues with 32 bit apps which use OpenSSL 32 bit libs compiled with VS19+. Maybe you can check it. An example of that is Lynx browser, it sometimes don't connect or tells something regarding the certificates. But it also depends on the application which you use. Maybe these electron apps use such OpenSSL libraries?
  2. Sorry, I made a mistake. I posted this here, cause I thought it could be helpful for developers who make extended kernels and such things. If someone would backport something to Windows Vista/7/8.1 (something that requires Win10) it should be easier to start from 1507 (2015) instead of 22h2/21h2 (2022/2021). Both versions of Windows 10 are really diferent despite of the name.
  3. I noticed that chrome 111 still works on windows 10 1507, no need for -no-sandbox trick there. <blockquote class="imgur-embed-pub" lang="en" data-id="a/V9l88VE" ><a href="//imgur.com/a/V9l88VE">Latest Chromium 111 on Windows 10 LTSB 2015</a></blockquote><script async src="//s.imgur.com/min/embed.js" charset="utf-8"></script>
  4. I'm wondering what methods can I use to create a web player that could run with Netscape/Firefox 2.x and similar browsers. Initially don't want to use Flash since it would require Javascript to add accessibility stuff, and there's not a lot of documentation regarding Flash and accessibility. I want that the browser could play multimedia in Windows 9x platforms. What can I do to achieve that? Pd. Html5 audio/video is not a switable solution unless there are a polifill since Firefox 2.x don't support that tag.
  5. I finally noticed what's wrong. These strange issues happens when you spoof globally. Tried global spoofing to see what was wrong with VSCode /VSCodium (v. 1.73) that version is not working at least for me. As far as I know, they dropped Windows 7.
  6. I'm having a strange issue with the new extended kernel version. Anything related with chromium, electron or node.js is not working. As an example, here's what happens if I write node or npm install jquery in the cmd https://ibb.co/p4nrgqz Here's a Brave browser log too. debug.log
  7. It's true that Suspension is not working in Vista x64, but as an alternative it is possible to enable ibernation. Moreover, there's no 32 bit Extended Kernel for Vista,. Regarding 32 bit Windows, if I need to choose a 32 bit version I never will choose anything newer than XP. I really consider XP 32 bit much better than Vista or newer 32 bit Windows. Regarding 64 bit Windows, XP is a good choice, if you have good luck finding good drivers.
  8. I wanted to install an app using the store, but, it requests to sign in to a Microsoft account and I don't want to do that.
  9. I'm not sure that downgrading the drivers will solve the issue, cause that issue was pressent even when I installed the system and started it for the first time. Somewhere I read that Windows 8.1 uses a lot of battery when the graphic driver is not pressent, but is difficult to find/mod one since some of the drivers are for Win7 and some for Win10. In both cases the setup tell that the driver is not applicable/incompatible. The processor is an Amd Rizen 7 and the Graphic Card is a NVIDIA GTX 1650 TI, but I lived in Windows Vista on my older computer without proper graphic drivers (Intel HD 4000), and I could use the system without any important issue.
  10. Now, some Microsoft Store apps require you to sign in to Microsoft account. Is there any way to block that so you can install anything without signing in?
  11. Java 17 (64 bit) worked fine in previous releases, and 32 bit is the first time that I test. And that 32 bit jdk is not provided by Oracle, is the zulu version. The requirements of that jdk says Server 2012 or higher, but it might work in Windows 7 too.
  12. Another good thin! Java 17 x86 (32 bit) orks fine with the extended kernel!
  13. For XP probably not, it's a more modern computer so I wouldn't expect XP to work. Just know that there are an ACPI.sys for Windows 7 that might work. There's even the procedure to modify it, but I'm not sure if the procedure can be applied to Vista's ACPI.sys, and don't know a lot about editing such files to modify these lines.
  14. PHP 8.1.2 working! Didn't tested newer PHP versions, but when I run XAMPP Apache now don't crash, and puting a php file with the phpinfo function at least work fine. I think there are still missing some 32 bits functions, maybe fixing them could we get Skype Client and similar PWA's with 32 bit only support. Here is brave x86 as an example of this. brave.exe - Entry Point Not Found The procedure entry point GetThreadGroupAffinity could not be located in the dynamic link library KERNEL32.dll. And, another thing, Python 3.7+ x86 apps, would work or could be done something for these apps? As I remember, in a previous release (released before 2022's summer) NVDA 2022.1 partially worked, just remote_helper crashed so it couldn't read properly html documents and web pages. It also required Win7SuperVerFix spoofing and also build number. I'll also test Zulu JDK 13 or 17 x86 and check if it work, it would be required for Java Access Bridge in modern JDK. Regarding hardware support, I just expect a modified Acpi.sys so the BSOD "This PC is not ACPI compliant" would be solved, and an NVMe driver working in Vista (the one posted on some topics is not working). I'm testing some Firefox stuff, at least Librewolf 105 don't throws the error but it don't start. Maybe I'll need to reinstall SHA2 stuff?
  15. When will it be released? Pd. Don't know what's the Extended Kernel website, just know the mega folder.


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