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Latest Version of Software Running on XP

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On 3/3/2020 at 7:13 PM, Mcinwwl said:

Regarding CCleaner, I recently switched to BleachBit and it claims to support XP

So there's alternative at least.

https://privazer.com/

 

 

 

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On 3/9/2020 at 10:04 PM, Vistapocalypse said:

My settings were mostly the same. When you see the "Health Check" system tray notification, I suggest that you click "No, thanks" and perhaps it will never pop up again.

The warning today manifested itself.
I tried to block CCleaner.exe in the host file.

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I would like to see  an OP with more order and usefull links. p.e

softmaker office 2016 Rev 768.1215. final version. 334 MB
http://www.softmaker.net/down/ofw2016.exe
https://web.archive.org/web/20200309034658/http://www.softmaker.net/down/ofw2016.exe
promo. standard version. registration code licence activated online. no require active internet conection later. Tested march 08 2020, still working
http://www.softmaker.de/reg/ofw16cover_de.htm

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sphinx Windows 10 firewall control 7.5
https://web.archive.org/web/20200125210029if_/https://www.sphinx-soft.com/download/W10FC7.5/Windows10FirewallControlPlus-XP-Setup.exe
https://web.archive.org/web/20200308142616/http://www.sphinx-soft.com/download/W10FC7.5/Windows10FirewallControlServer-Setup.exe

forte notation 6. last version for windows xp
https://web.archive.org/web/20200308143712/http://fortenotation.auth.s3-website-us-west-2.amazonaws.com/auth/Setup_FORTE6Premium_en.exe

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Out SumatraPDF 3.2.

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Dropped support for Windows XP. Use 3.1.2 on XP.

Even with the changes made with CFF Explorer version 3.2 seems not to work.

The latest installable version is 3.1.2.

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For two years I've used CCleaner v5.32 considered to be last not-spying version.

Recently it began to notifie about need to update, though all the according settings and services were turned off.

Wonder what's going on, did they get the control finally?

screenshot1.png.5d8a2f0b67e8e5ca3b985d17ed7294e2.png

 

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11 hours ago, Sampei.Nihira said:

Out SumatraPDF 3.2.

Even with the changes made with CFF Explorer version 3.2 seems not to work.

The latest installable version is 3.1.2.

After examing, it appears that these are the following functions missing in certain file(s):
ADVAPI32.DLL

 EventRegister

EventUnregister

EventWrite

MSVCRT.DLL

_except_handler4_common

_ftol2

_ftol2_sse

d2d1.dll(?)

Anyone who have eXPrience like @FranceBB could patch it, as i'm not well known with DLL patching myself  (though would like to learn on how-to) :)

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Windows 2000 exkernel v3.0e actually has all the necessary functions, but the lack of D2D1.dll is a real killer, as Direct2D needs Vista with Platform Update.

I've managed to change incompatible NT6 functions to compatible NT5/6 functions by editing import tables using CFF Explorer, with varying success. It's apparently not supposed to work, as the functions' signatures usually don't match, and the replacement functions usually don't have the functionality of newer functions, but it worked for Blender 2.80 and Chess Titans from Vista build 5270 (versions from Vista 6002 and 7 SP1 didn't work).

On XP/2003, you might be able to solve your advapi32 issues with xompie (keep in mind I've never used it or even looked at the wrapper DLLs) but D2D will be very difficult if not impossible.

UPDATE: here's what to do if you want Sumatra PDF 3,2 on Windows XP (only tested on 2000 though):

-download win2k exkernel v3.0e, open the executable in 7zip and extract msvcrt.dll from the vista folder (seems to rely only on XP functions)

-place msvcrt in program folder, rename to "msvcr1.dll" then hex edit all instances of msvcrt in Sumatra exe to msvcr1

-copy all wined3d for 2000/XP files (contained in dx folder in exkernel exe) to the program folder. that or get d2d1.dll from Vista/7 and hex edit all instances of msvcrt in it to msvcr1

-it should work, as a similar procedure with windows 2000 works.

But you will probably not have titled tabs or a toolbar.

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On 3/16/2020 at 3:38 PM, Comrade_Hajji said:

For two years I've used CCleaner v5.32 considered to be last not-spying version.

The trick is to block internet access to CCleaner. You can do so with any freeware firewall still working on XP. For instance, privatefirewall7.0

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Alright, I spent about 2 (maybe 3?) hours trying to make a proper list consisting of the final versions of software working on Windows XP.

I put a list on my blog.

The list is a total work-in-progress; I got lots of labels to fix along with organization. I think a few items (coding-related thingies) may not be in the correct category and a few items were also put in the "other" section, so I will organize some of those later. Give feedback and let me know if anything is off!

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It's all to be rewritten, especially for web browsers.
But also CCleaner latest version 5.64.7577, Potplayer the latest new version 200317 (March 17, 2020)......etc......etc....

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As this is a WIP, it is not suited to be a blog post; cooperative editing is needed. Github, Wiki, or google doc?

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3 hours ago, FantasyAcquiesce said:

Alright, I spent about 2 (maybe 3?) hours trying to make a proper list consisting of the final versions of software working on Windows XP.

I put a list on my blog.

The list is a total work-in-progress; I got lots of labels to fix along with organization. I think a few items (coding-related thingies) may not be in the correct category and a few items were also put in the "other" section, so I will organize some of those later. Give feedback and let me know if anything is off!

the officials links still active

https://files.movavi.com/dl/suite/suite18/MovaviVideoSuiteSetup_18_4_0.exe

https://files.movavi.com/dl/videoconverter/videoconverter19/MovaviVideoConverterSetup_19_3_0.exe

https://files.movavi.com/dl/videoeditorplus/videoeditorplus15/MovaviVideoEditorPlusSetup_15_4_0.exe

https://files.movavi.com/dl/videoeditorplus/videoeditorplus15/MovaviVideoEditorPlusSetup_15_4_0_x64.exe

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On 3/18/2020 at 12:49 PM, dmiranda said:

For instance, privatefirewall7.0

Yes, it worked, great thanks.

 

6 hours ago, FantasyAcquiesce said:

a proper list consisting of the final versions

They say Sea Monkey and Otter browser do support XP.

FormatFactory 4.3.0.0 -- last version of the popular free media converter that supports XP.

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