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Last Version Of Programs For Windows NT 4.0


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Here are The Last Version For NT 4.0

1. 7-zip
7z920.exe

2. Adobe Acrobat 6.06

3. Alcohol
Alcohol52_trial_1_9_5_3105
Alcohol120_trial_1_9_5_3105
Alcohol120_retail_1_9_5_3105

4. Audacity 1.2.6

5. Avast 
setupeng1368

6. Bochs 2.3.7

7. CCleaner
ccsetup213720

8. Clamwin Legacy 0.97

9. Cool PDF Reader 3.0.0.128

10. Conectix Virtual PC v5.2

11. Daemon Tools 3.47

12. DOSBox 0.74-3
13. DOSBox SVN (When compiled with MinGW)

14. ffdshow
ffdshow_rev3013_20090620_clsid

15. Flash v7
install_flash_player_7
install_flash_player_7_ax

16. FireFox
v3.6.28 Roytam1

17. Foxit
foxit13b1621

18. Internet Explorer
5.5 SP1
6 SP1

19. GIMP
gimp-2.2.17-i586-setup
gtk+-2.6.10-20050823-setup

20. imdisk
imdiskinst_1.6.0

21. ImgBurn
SetupImgBurn_2.5.8.0

22. K-Meleon
K-Meleon1.5.4en-US

23. K-lite Codec Pack
klmcodec170

24. Links
Links-2.5-install

25. MagicDisk
setup_magicdisc105

26. Miranda v0.10.80

27. NetScape
netscape71_sd701

28. OpenOffice 2.01

29. Opera 
v1063
v1070 Build 9071 (Modified) Supports TLS 1.2

30. PCem 
PCemV0.41a

31. Qemu Manager v7.0
Qemu Manager v7.0 (QEMU 0.11.1) on 9x/NT4/2000

1. Must have at least IE5 installed!
2. Install Qemu Manager.
2. Execute Qemu Manager.
   If you receive an error about wininet.dll then you do not have IE5+ installed.

3. Open Qemu.exe with the Hexedit program.

4. Replace "freeaddrinfo", "getaddrinfo", and "getnameinfo" with "gethostname".

5. Start Qemu Manager!

6. When you create a VM in the VM options change "Main Display" to "QEMU Windows", otherwise your VM will not load.

32. Qemu 14.0

1. Download Qemu v14 http://virtuallyfun.superglobalmegacorp.com/?p=1214
2. Extract contents of .zip.
3. Download Hexedit.
4. Open up all executables with hexedit
5. Replace all instances of "freeaddrinfo", "getaddrinfo", and "getnameinfo" with "gethostname". (Zero out any extra characters).
6. Done!

33. QtWeb 3.4.8

34. Retrozilla

35. ScummVM v2.1.0

36. SeaMonkey95

37. SoftPerfect Personal Firewall

38. Thunderbird 
Thunderbird Setup 2.0.0.24

39. VDMSound v2.1.0

40. VideoLan
vlc-0.8.6e-win32

41. Virtual CloneDrive
SetupVirtualCloneDrive5450

42. Vmware Workstation
VMware-workstation-4.5.3-19414

43. Windows Media Player
v6.4
v7 MP7195NT

44. Windirstat
windirstat1_1_2_setup

45. Windows Remote Desktop v5 client
MSRDPCLI

46. WinSCP
winscp419setup

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Thanks for DosFreak For Listing All of Last versions For NT 4.0!
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Bryce 3D 7.0 (which is actually from 2010) supports NT 4.0.

Last NVIDIA driver is 77.56 (for the 6000 series), but 56.64 and up have a broken Control Panel as that relies on functions introduced in 98/2000. OEMs may have released later versions for NT like in the case of 9x:

https://www.nvidia.com/en-us/drivers/winnt-archive/

DirectX 3 is the last official release, although you can install a DX5 beta from NT 5.0 beta.

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2 hours ago, win32 said:

Bryce 3D 7.0 (which is actually from 2010) supports NT 4.0.

Last NVIDIA driver is 77.56 (for the 6000 series), but 56.64 and up have a broken Control Panel as that relies on functions introduced in 98/2000. OEMs may have released later versions for NT like in the case of 9x:

https://www.nvidia.com/en-us/drivers/winnt-archive/

DirectX 3 is the last official release, although you can install a DX5 beta from NT 5.0 beta.

Thank You!

I Maked it. Because I finded The Last Programs List And There is No Many Other Than 2000. So I made it.

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I do not want to start another topic because I believe it's probably more appropriate just to mention it here.

Is there a wifi client manager available for Windows NT 4.0? The biggest flaw with old version of windows is the lack of utility to manage wireless cards. I have not tried Linux WPA/WPA2/IEEE 802.1X Supplicant yet on NT 4.0 or Windows 2000. I recall attempting to use it with Windows ME, and it failed there.

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Don't know about latest but this should get you started:

 

7-zip
7z920.exe

Adobe Acrobat 6.06

Alcohol
Alcohol52_trial_1_9_5_3105
Alcohol120_trial_1_9_5_3105
Alcohol120_retail_1_9_5_3105

Audacity 1.2.6

Avast 
setupeng1368

Bochs 2.3.7

CCleaner
ccsetup213720

Clamwin Legacy 0.97

Cool PDF Reader 3.0.0.128

Conectix Virtual PC v5.2

Daemon Tools 3.47

DOSBox 0.74-3
DOSBox SVN (When compiled with MinGW)

ffdshow
ffdshow_rev3013_20090620_clsid

Flash v7
install_flash_player_7
install_flash_player_7_ax

FireFox
v3.6.28 Roytam1

Foxit
foxit13b1621

Internet Explorer
5.5 SP1
6 SP1

GIMP
gimp-2.2.17-i586-setup
gtk+-2.6.10-20050823-setup

imdisk
imdiskinst_1.6.0

ImgBurn
SetupImgBurn_2.5.8.0

K-Meleon
K-Meleon1.5.4en-US

K-lite Codec Pack
klmcodec170

Links
Links-2.5-install

MagicDisk
setup_magicdisc105

Miranda v0.10.80

NetScape
netscape71_sd701

OpenOffice 2.01

Opera 
v1063
v1070 Build 9071 (Modified) Supports TLS 1.2

PCem 
PCemV0.41a

Qemu Manager v7.0
Qemu Manager v7.0 (QEMU 0.11.1) on 9x/NT4/2000

1. Must have at least IE5 installed!
2. Install Qemu Manager.
2. Execute Qemu Manager.
   If you receive an error about wininet.dll then you do not have IE5+ installed.

3. Open Qemu.exe with the Hexedit program.

4. Replace "freeaddrinfo", "getaddrinfo", and "getnameinfo" with "gethostname".

5. Start Qemu Manager!

6. When you create a VM in the VM options change "Main Display" to "QEMU Windows", otherwise your VM will not load.

Qemu 14.0

1. Download Qemu v14 http://virtuallyfun.superglobalmegacorp.com/?p=1214
2. Extract contents of .zip.
3. Download Hexedit.
4. Open up all executables with hexedit
5. Replace all instances of "freeaddrinfo", "getaddrinfo", and "getnameinfo" with "gethostname". (Zero out any extra characters).
6. Done!

QtWeb 3.4.8

Retrozilla

ScummVM v2.1.0

SeaMonkey95

SoftPerfect Personal Firewall

Thunderbird 
Thunderbird Setup 2.0.0.24

VDMSound v2.1.0

VideoLan
vlc-0.8.6e-win32

Virtual CloneDrive
SetupVirtualCloneDrive5450

Vmware Workstation
VMware-workstation-4.5.3-19414

Windows Media Player
v6.4
v7 MP7195NT

Windirstat
windirstat1_1_2_setup

Windows Remote Desktop v5 client
MSRDPCLI

WinSCP
winscp419setup

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20 hours ago, DosFreak said:

Don't know about latest but this should get you started:

 

7-zip
7z920.exe

Adobe Acrobat 6.06

Alcohol
Alcohol52_trial_1_9_5_3105
Alcohol120_trial_1_9_5_3105
Alcohol120_retail_1_9_5_3105

Audacity 1.2.6

Avast 
setupeng1368

Bochs 2.3.7

CCleaner
ccsetup213720

Clamwin Legacy 0.97

Cool PDF Reader 3.0.0.128

Conectix Virtual PC v5.2

Daemon Tools 3.47

DOSBox 0.74-3
DOSBox SVN (When compiled with MinGW)

ffdshow
ffdshow_rev3013_20090620_clsid

Flash v7
install_flash_player_7
install_flash_player_7_ax

FireFox
v3.6.28 Roytam1

Foxit
foxit13b1621

Internet Explorer
5.5 SP1
6 SP1

GIMP
gimp-2.2.17-i586-setup
gtk+-2.6.10-20050823-setup

imdisk
imdiskinst_1.6.0

ImgBurn
SetupImgBurn_2.5.8.0

K-Meleon
K-Meleon1.5.4en-US

K-lite Codec Pack
klmcodec170

Links
Links-2.5-install

MagicDisk
setup_magicdisc105

Miranda v0.10.80

NetScape
netscape71_sd701

OpenOffice 2.01

Opera 
v1063
v1070 Build 9071 (Modified) Supports TLS 1.2

PCem 
PCemV0.41a

Qemu Manager v7.0
Qemu Manager v7.0 (QEMU 0.11.1) on 9x/NT4/2000

1. Must have at least IE5 installed!
2. Install Qemu Manager.
2. Execute Qemu Manager.
   If you receive an error about wininet.dll then you do not have IE5+ installed.

3. Open Qemu.exe with the Hexedit program.

4. Replace "freeaddrinfo", "getaddrinfo", and "getnameinfo" with "gethostname".

5. Start Qemu Manager!

6. When you create a VM in the VM options change "Main Display" to "QEMU Windows", otherwise your VM will not load.

Qemu 14.0

1. Download Qemu v14 http://virtuallyfun.superglobalmegacorp.com/?p=1214
2. Extract contents of .zip.
3. Download Hexedit.
4. Open up all executables with hexedit
5. Replace all instances of "freeaddrinfo", "getaddrinfo", and "getnameinfo" with "gethostname". (Zero out any extra characters).
6. Done!

QtWeb 3.4.8

Retrozilla

ScummVM v2.1.0

SeaMonkey95

SoftPerfect Personal Firewall

Thunderbird 
Thunderbird Setup 2.0.0.24

VDMSound v2.1.0

VideoLan
vlc-0.8.6e-win32

Virtual CloneDrive
SetupVirtualCloneDrive5450

Vmware Workstation
VMware-workstation-4.5.3-19414

Windows Media Player
v6.4
v7 MP7195NT

Windirstat
windirstat1_1_2_setup

Windows Remote Desktop v5 client
MSRDPCLI

WinSCP
winscp419setup

Thank You!

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On 3/20/2020 at 1:30 AM, FantasyAcquiesce said:

I do not want to start another topic because I believe it's probably more appropriate just to mention it here.

Is there a wifi client manager available for Windows NT 4.0? The biggest flaw with old version of windows is the lack of utility to manage wireless cards. I have not tried Linux WPA/WPA2/IEEE 802.1X Supplicant yet on NT 4.0 or Windows 2000. I recall attempting to use it with Windows ME, and it failed there.

i had some odd problems with NT 4.0 and trying to get certain programs to install / run ( one reason why i lost interest in working with NT 4.0, other than being more complicated work with in general ). i tried asking about them on the forums, but no one was able to help with a solution, and google, we'll i tried but couldn't find a solution. specifically when trying to install odyssey client 4.56 ( i think ) or a version of wsc guard, and it would complain about not having permissions to install or something. i also remember having the same or similar problem when trying to install some amd / ati catalyst package that had a NT 4.0 driver, but wouldn't wan't to install due to having some kind of restriction / permission problem, regardless of whether i tried manually installing the driver or not. it sucks, because it doesn't seem like the programs themselves were unsupported, but some setting or problem in NT 4.0 wouldn't allow them to fully install, etc. i was never able to find a solution for any of this. 

i don't know if NT 4.0 supports any WPA2 wireless adapters. maybe if we were to assume middle ground, then wsc guard 4.0 with wpa / aes support would be ok, being able to connect if the router supports WPA and / or WPA2? if anyone knows exactly how this works, please correct me if i'm wrong on any of this. i do remember getting wifi working on NT 4.0 for i think the dell latitude d600 which seems to have near or full support for NT 4.0, but i don't remember exactly which wifi card i was using and / or wireless settings. it might have been some atheros card? 

 

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On 4/21/2020 at 3:30 PM, cov3rt said:

i had some odd problems with NT 4.0 and trying to get certain programs to install / run ( one reason why i lost interest in working with NT 4.0, other than being more complicated work with in general ). i tried asking about them on the forums, but no one was able to help with a solution, and google, we'll i tried but couldn't find a solution. specifically when trying to install odyssey client 4.56 ( i think ) or a version of wsc guard, and it would complain about not having permissions to install or something. i also remember having the same or similar problem when trying to install some amd / ati catalyst package that had a NT 4.0 driver, but wouldn't wan't to install due to having some kind of restriction / permission problem, regardless of whether i tried manually installing the driver or not. it sucks, because it doesn't seem like the programs themselves were unsupported, but some setting or problem in NT 4.0 wouldn't allow them to fully install, etc. i was never able to find a solution for any of this. 

i don't know if NT 4.0 supports any WPA2 wireless adapters. maybe if we were to assume middle ground, then wsc guard 4.0 with wpa / aes support would be ok, being able to connect if the router supports WPA and / or WPA2? if anyone knows exactly how this works, please correct me if i'm wrong on any of this. i do remember getting wifi working on NT 4.0 for i think the dell latitude d600 which seems to have near or full support for NT 4.0, but i don't remember exactly which wifi card i was using and / or wireless settings. it might have been some atheros card? 

 

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Regarding NVIDIA ForceWare drivers for NT 4.0: 77.56 is the last "Quadro certified" release, but the last of the "regular" releases is 77.72. The problem with the control panel software is that it is just another example of shoddy software from a Microsoft-kool-aid-drinking developer that expects you to have crap like IE installed just to use your video drivers. I highly recommend *not* bloating an NT 4 installation with invasive Microsoft frameworks like IE to cater to such crapware. In this case it only really needs the following (the first two should preferably be added before installing the drivers):

- SHLWAPI.DLL. I extracted and use the version from IE 3.01, as it is much smaller than versions from IE 4 and later.

- The "Version" entry under HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Internet Explorer should be set to an IE 5 or 6 (preferably 6) version number so that nView won't whine about the lack of IE. I use "6.0.9999.9999".

- The nView Desktop Manager Setup Wizard didn't work until I installed the Visual C++ 6.0 runtime redistributable; probably it only needs the updated comctl32.dll  provided by the included 50comupd.exe package, which can also be found separately. This part can be considered optional, as the Setup Wizard didn't seem to offer anything not configurable in the main settings pages. (Note: unless you are using a multi-monitor setup or need to temporarily enable them to use the LCD calibration screen, I would recommend keeping the nView Desktop Manager features disabled, as the hooks they install in running applications cause a considerable bump in memory usage.)

With the above, the software seems to by and large work fine. I've tried versions 66.93, 71.84, and 77.72 and experimented with their multi-monitor support. On such setups, 77.72 has a bug where clicking the "Device Settings >>" button on the "nView Display Settings" property page caused the dialog to hang and max out the CPU instead of showing the menu. In 71.84 it works fine; as such, I would recommend 71.84 over 77.72 unless you have a specific need for something provided by 77.72. 71.84 and 77.72 do not show the Display Wizard after the first reboot following installation on a multi-monitor system; 66.93 does show the wizard but it does not work properly, with some settings not taking effect; the corresponding settings in the main property pages work fine. Perhaps I should have tried one or more of the "Quadro certified" releases, but they appeared to be target specifically at users of Quadro cards. Looking at NVIDIA's documentation, it seems they may have continued building NT 4 drivers after 77.72, but the functionality actually got worse (e.g. removal of PCI Express support).

Note that while the NVIDIA Driver Helper Service (nvsvc32.exe) is not configured with "Allow service to interact with desktop" enabled, it actually circumvents this and maintains a hidden window on the desktop anyway - creating the same security problems (and triggering the same NT bug with the disappearing "Shutdown in Progress dialog) as any other interactive service that does this. Unless you require one of the specific features that depend on the service (it is supposedly involved with the hotkey feature, and I suspect application-specific profiles also), I recommend disabling it.

I am currently satisfactorily using 71.84 with a GeForce 6800 PCI Express card. The OpenGL 3D screen savers included with NT look good with antialiasing enabled.

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Sorry to bump this old topic, but has anyone previously obtained an unofficial backport of Foxit reader by NoNameNeeded?

The download link on the original topic is dead...

Software is still alive here:

https://web.archive.org/web/20170825175818/http://members.kabsi.at/LIGHTYEAR/FoxitNT4.zip

This man did a great job backporting Foxit 3 to NT 4.0!

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