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About Phoenix2104

  • Birthday 01/18/1966

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    Windows 7 x64
  1. 98 SE SP 3.32

    The modified No 14b is best imo.
  2. 98 SE SP 3.32

    fwiw I'd vote for no14, it would be even better I think if "Second Edition" was located a few pixels lower, to be on the same bottom line with "Windows 98". I wouldn't mind much with any banner though.
  3. 98 SE SP 3.32

    I just wanted to say happy New Year and many Thanks to the people who have sacrificed their free time to work on this and other useful projects for the rest of us.
  4. 98 SE SP 3.32

    Thanks again. Good luck in your next project and your life in general.
  5. 98 SE SP 3.32

    Hello, I registered at this forum because I felt obliged to say "Thank you" for your work in this project. This also goes to people like Gape, Soporific, MDGx, Maximus Decim and others whose projects I've been using. After MS stopped support for this OS these service packs are invaluable for the average user who wants to keep using these legacy operating systems. Its obvious that you've put a lot of time and effort into this project and even more important, for free, and you deserve a LOT of respect and praise for this. Since you are offering your work to the people for free, I'm not entitled to ask for anything. I would be happier though if you would reconsider your decision to raise the minimum RAM requirements for this package. I've read about the reason that led you to this decision and my view is that in your desire to protect those that are too lazy to read some documents (who perhaps don't deserve to be protected), you are punishing the people who need this service pack the most, i.e. those that are using old computers that cannot run any other OS (not even Linux) and that don't have or aren't able to support so much RAM. I believe that since you've put so much effort into this it's best as many people as possible to be able to benefit from it. Thanks again for your work and thanks for listening.