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Hello,

I would like to ask where I can download the addons from the winaddons.com website. As far as I understand the site is no longer supported, but the addons themselves are stored in the mediafire servers. My question is whether there are valid links and whether they can be downloaded in any way. According to my memories, the site winaddons.com had over 300 addons and these were the most used programs, but after the entry of windows 7,8,10 it is no longer supported.

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You can browse the WayBack Machine here:

https://web.archive.org/web/20130512104954/http://www.winaddons.com/nlite-addons

Example:

https://web.archive.org/web/20130622004556/http://www.winaddons.com/abiword-294/

the related link on MediaFire still works:

http://www.mediafire.com/file/dqlz8omr1w44bbj/ProgramAddons_AbiWord_2.9.4.cab

not necessarily all add-ons will still be available though.

jaclaz

 

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Let me ask - Is only abiword available for download from mediafree. The winaddons site had a lot of add-ons that could be integrated into the Windows XP installation disc and create a universal operating system.

How can I get all the addons from Rado. Rado is a Bulgarian and he created these addons. I couldn't find his coordinates.

How else can I get add-ons for Windows XP. I want to make a universal Windows XP with all available programs and many drivers and bake it on dvd

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19 hours ago, Meganet123 said:

Let me ask - Is only abiword available for download from mediafree. The winaddons site had a lot of add-ons that could be integrated into the Windows XP installation disc and create a universal operating system.

How can I get all the addons from Rado. Rado is a Bulgarian and he created these addons. I couldn't find his coordinates.

How else can I get add-ons for Windows XP. I want to make a universal Windows XP with all available programs and many drivers and bake it on dvd

I don't understand.

The main page of winaddons (list of addons) is cached on Wayback Machine.
The pages (that were once on winaddons) for each addon may (or may not) as well be cached on Wayback Machine.

This latter pages (if available on the Wayback Machine) will contain a Mediafire link.

The page on mediafire may (or may not) be still existing.

You try to find the specific addon you are looking for and (if available) you download it.

Rinse and repeat.

Another "random" example, Wireshark:

https://web.archive.org/web/20130622003551/http://www.winaddons.com/wireshark-186/

http://www.mediafire.com/file/5398odyph7pad7i/ProgramAddons_Wireshark_1.8.6.cab/file

List of addons by Rado (which is another question) is here:

you click on each link and you get the old winaddons url, example:

http://www.winaddons.com/wireshark-162/

you input that url on wayback machine:

https://archive.org/web/

and click on "browse history" but the result is not good a that list is older/out of date, the link is for version 1.6.2 of Wireshark that has not been cached, while the previous one (found) is for the later version 1.8.6

jaclaz

 

 

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