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Greyfox77

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  1. Did you get a chance to test it with Webex? My university opens in 1 month so I can't really test it with lots of people.
  2. Other than Zoom, are there any other video conferencing programs that support XP? Mypal does not support web apps and the modified version of 360 is unstable.
  3. I am sorry to hear that. Maybe the problem is the VM. When I was using Zoom's app for XP within Virtualbox it was always slow and the sound lagged behind but when using it on real hardware, it is fine, most of the time.
  4. In order to use Cisco Webex on Windows XP you have to 1) Download the modified v12 version from this thread, extract it with 7z in a folder you want and press escape only the first time you open it (download link from first post: https://www.mediafire.com/file/pjthbixelfylwhd/360EE_12.0.1592.0_Modified.7z/file) 2) Install this extention by going to this site: https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/user-agent-switcher-for-c/djflhoibgkdhkhhcedjiklpkjnoahfmg 3) Right click on the icon that appears up right after installing it and click on settings. 4) Add a new user agent string so that webex.com thinks you are logging in from a Windows 10 device like this one that works from me: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 10.0; Win64; x64) AppleWebKit/537.36 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/91.0.4472.164 Safari/537.36 To do that, after clicking on settings, copy paste the above user agent string on the field "New User-Agent String", put a name on the field "New User-agent name" and a number on the field "Indicator Flag". I just put 1. Press ADD 5) Go to https://signin.webex.com just click on the icon of the extention, select chrome and then the name of your user agent string. The page will refresh. If you want to deactivate it, just select chrome and then default. This will enable sites to see that you are using a Windows XP computer again. Note: The sign in button does not work for me on webex.com with this version of 360 so i log in from this url: https://signin.webex.com/
  5. Youtube works great even when 3 tabs play at the same time. I did try a test meeting with webex, it seems that it works althought i will have to try it with real meeting too! @Humming OwlI think retro system revival should be notified to post your modified version at their site, so people can find it more easily.
  6. This is amazing. I will try v12 for feedback. I am curious if it crashes like v13 when accessing web apps YouTube etc.
  7. Unfortunately this one is the worst yet in my system. YouTube plays for 5 sec and crashes the whole system. I had to manually turn off my laptop. I will try with Webex to see if it’s better
  8. What program do you use to clean the registry from traces of 360?
  9. I will try it as soon as possible. I still use build 2206 and i think crashes get worse the more I use it. Now it can crash although not very frequently even when i am not on youtube, just browsing a regular page not a web app.
  10. is there an IM client that still works with xp and connects with Facebook messenger ?
  11. Cisco webex only works on 360! but unfortunately it crashes after a while
  12. I am currently using Build 2206 on SP3 and it crashes on youtube and some other web apps. i dont think its an sp2 problem.

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