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legacyfan

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    Texas USA
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    game development legacy computers & hardware
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    Windows 7 x64
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  1. great tutorial @2W10! this will help alot for anyone trying to install this on a surface book 1 keep up the good work!
  2. hello legalash2go! It me legacyfan! just wanted to say hi!

  3. as we all know support for windows xp is slowly growing thin over the past few year and updates are getting harder and harder to find nowadays even with update packs even browsers are harder to find so is windows xp still usable at all in 2023-beyond?
  4. will windows vista still be usable beyond 2023? with as much as ive seen drivers slowly disappear from compatibility and all programs not working anymore (even with extended kernel) I just don't know so my question is will it still be usable in 2023-beyond?
  5. with the extended esu updates ending soon and no extension being made will windows 7 still be usable beyond 2023? with as much as ive seen drivers slowly disappear from compatibility and all the windows 10 nag screens I just don't know so my question is will it still be usable in 2023-beyond?
  6. this is the place where you can talk about what your favorite operating system is or what you least favorite os is (like Mac OS) or just (also please follow the forum rules when posting)
  7. hello everyone today I bring you my root certificate update pack for legacy windows versions this pack has all the required certificates to get you older computers and laptops up to date and fixes sha-2 issues as well (all material use in this pack are copyrighted by microsoft corporation and its partners and all credit for this pack goes to them) and here is the mediafire link to the download https://www.mediafire.com/download/uex8tn3rl5rv3dn (hosted thru mediafire) and here is the official microsoft eulu for reference https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/windowsvirtualdesktop/eula this is not for uploading on other websites. (like your private website) making videos on it or selling for profit
  8. my brand new website (computer-central) is now up on godaddy! it's a tech related website dedicated to legacy windows and preserving it history and the link is now updated https://computer-central.godaddysites.com/ this will be my new permanent home for anything windows related so stay tuned for more updates! (and merry christmas) it is still a work in progress but more will be added in the next week

     

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  10. With Windows 7 and 8.1 ending official support by Microsoft in January 2023, software companies face a tough decision: should they support the operating systems for longer, or drop support at the official end of support date. Google announced that it will end support for Google Chrome on Windows 7 and Windows 8 in February 2023 The company told Chrome users who run the browser on devices powered by these operating systems that they could continue running Chrome 109, the last version to be released for Windows 7 and 8.1, but that the browser would not receive any more updates. Google did not reveal how large the browser's user base is on these two Windows operating systems Mozilla faces an equally tough decision. About 15% of Firefox users use the browser on Windows 7 and 8.1 machines. The percentage dropped significantly in the past couple of years, but is still almost as much as the percentage of all other operating systems that Firefox runs on, with the exception of the dominating Windows 10 platform. Firefox on all Linux distributions, on Mac, and all other versions of Windows, including Windows 8.1, also have a user base of about 15%. Mozilla started to discuss the end of support for Windows 7 and 8.1 almost three years ago, but the thread on Bugzilla got traction only recently. A decision has not been made yet in regards to a potential support extension for these operating systems. Mozilla considers two main options right now: End support in January 2023. Extend support until at least June 2023. Ending support in January 2023 would alienate about 15% of the browser's user base. These users could continue to run the then-unsupported browser, similarly to how Chrome users can do so starting in February 2023. Some might move to a different browser, depending on whether it continues to be supported on their platform. This option would remove a lot of headaches regarding testing, development tools and other tasks related to engineering. The downside would be that Firefox would lose a percentage of its user base over night. The second option that Mozilla considers extends support until the release of the next Firefox ESR version. Firefox users on Windows 7 and 8.1 would be moved to Firefox 102 ESR, the current Extended Support Release branch, and would receive updates until Firefox 102 ESR is moved to Firefox 114 ESR; this happens in August 2023. What appears to be clear is that Mozilla's support for Windows 7 and 8.1 will end in 2023. Firefox users who run the browser on Windows 7 or 8.1 devices have a number of options: Upgrade to Windows 10. A sizeable number of devices will be upgraded to Windows 10 once support runs out. Microsoft's dominating operating system is supported until 2025. Keep using the unsupported Firefox on the unsupported version of Windows. Switch to a web browser that continues to be supported and continue to run the unsupported version of Windows. Migrate to Linux and run Firefox on Linux. All of these options either have a lengthy upgrade or migration process, or put the browser and/or system at risk because of the unsupported state. Now You: do you use Windows 7 or 8.1? What will you do in January 2023? (via security.nl)
  11. Will Windows XP Run Good On One Of These? I'm Planning On Updating My CPU In An Old Fujitsu Lifebook S710 To A Pentium 6100. 1st Generation CPU And I've Been Doing Lots Of Research On This And Can't Find Anything About It So My Question Is Will It Run On It? If Anyone Could Help With This It Would Be Much Appreciated https://www.ebay.com/itm/224345849948?c ... ae2f5a90fa here is The Cpu on eBay for reference
  12. I Have A Pentium M I Recently Saved From An Old D600 I Had That Broke And I'm Wondering What Operating Systems Will Run Well On It? I'm New To Using Older Cpus If anyone has any suggestions on what I should run on it would be much appreciated
  13. I just found windows 7 ultimate sp1 x64 on archive.org if anyone is interested in it https://archive.org/details/win-7-ult-sp-1-english-x-64
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