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Everything posted by patchworks

  1. Check this (cool) open source tool: https://github.com/valinet/ExplorerPatcher
  2. Suggestion: Sonic Foundry's Vegas (if I remember well up to 5 version)...
  3. The best way is to ask hardware manufacturers to fund the project, IMHO; Lenovo, for example, could be interested...
  4. Official website: http://www.reactos.org/ Download: http://www.reactos.org/download-reactos Changelog: http://www.reactos.org/wiki/ChangeLog-0.3.16 Enjoy !
  5. Just discovered it, hope that helps: Official homepage AT&T's Research Projects page
  6. OK, this is a related-news that could be interesting for both projects: Hope that helps, or at least inspires !
  7. Just found this interesting article: http://www.intowindows.com/download-exact-windows-7-shell32-for-xp/ Dunno if it's possible to do the same for Kex'd 98, btw hope that inspires !
  8. I just discovered that IBM released (the source code of their Workplace Shell for Windows: Source code has been released under a proprietary "Workplace Shell For Windows" Public License - v 1.0 Togheter with BeOSWin (attached - public domain ? - sources), could be a good base for an alternative open source shell for Win 9x, IMHO. Hope that helps, or at least inspires ! beoswsrc.zip
  9. Dunno if anyone already knows it (search gives no matches), btw it seems very interesting: Official website SF.net's project page Hope that inspires !
  10. I tested W7/64 and honestly i don't like it, so do you think it's possible to "port" the better things from Win7/64 to XP64 to revive it ?
  11. From I, Hacker (on December 27, 2009): Direct links: http://github.com/callen/Alky-Reborn http://daeken.com/alky-postmortem
  12. Italian, please, and Tango XP (or Crystal Clear) would be great.
  13. I'm noticing problems in a/v synchronizations under XP 64. Can be an HPET problem ? Or, in other words, does XP 64 supports it ? Thanks in advice !
  14. Uhm, it would be great if someone "grabs" a package manager-like for serving KernelEx with 100% functional software (better if open source).
  15. Hey, guyz, I opened a 3ad about VLC+KernelEx @ VideoLAN Forums: http://forum.videolan.org/viewtopic.php?f=14&t=64425 Feedbacking is useful !
  16. True, VLC don't have mutch hardware optimizations integrated, but is still better 'cause don't install anything that overhead the system. You don't obtain better quality using the same codec but with a better one ! And note that FFDShow is FFMpeg based too...
  17. ...if you need to kill your Windows 9X/ME performances. If not, choose VideoLAN instead.
  18. If doubt that's true, but If so I (and probably Bill too, that's why he leaved) can understand now why Vista and 7 completely sucks.
  19. ReactOS devs apreciated it mutch, so I hope it can help here too: http://code.google.com/p/fullfat/
  20. Interesting project: why don't you post it on ReactOS forums too ?

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