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  1. For Vanilla NT 4 (If you ever need to browse the internet on NT 4 for any reason) The most suitable modern web browser for a Vanilla NT 4 is QTWeb 3.8.4 Here's something to resolve programs which won't display errors despite not working, ImportPatcher.41
  2. List of software I would recommend -Google Chrome 13 or earlier, maybe experiment with BWC's older Chrome tool. Apparently this once even worked on 9x w/ KernelEx, sadly it's unknown which version allowed Google Chrome to run and which version. -Dooble Browser 1.4.0 (Last version working with w2k, Qt4 based) -Qupzilla 1.6.6 or earlier (Qt4)
  3. Dibya, is there anything I can do to help? :3 (If only I knew how to code T_T) I'm just plain guessing here, but in theory isn't it possible to backport a driver by converting certain coding using an older program software which only leaves dependencies for older OSes?
  4. Dude, could you lay off? I'm [and a bunch of people are] perfectly fine with him posting browsers that work with the extended kernel and others may need one day. Windows XP is only becoming more and more obsolete as the years pass and eventually could end up being a hassle to browse modern websites like 9x and 2000. And Dibya, don't listen to those who are discouraging you! Your kernel extension is one-of-a-kind and will be a lifesaver in the future!
  5. Can't believe how mainstream people believe older operating systems are more vulnerable than the ones now xD Even the latest viruses often won't work on a fresh SP3 install because the developer is too lazy to make it XP compatible! A single missing dependency negates the "hard work" of these developers I'll never forget the day launching 50+ viruses on W2K, without a single one working :3
  6. Please stay on topic, I don't want this topic to get ballooned up like the 9x one. Dibya is just trying to test his compatibility layer and I see no problem with that. If you don't like his project, just ignore it then. One day, we might need Dibya's kernel extension if XP becomes obsolete like W2K and 9x. I'll eventually list any XP comparability layers like I did with the W2K and 9x lists.
  7. Sigh You guys, if you're gonna argue, please message each other instead of ballooning up this topic. Two or three more pages of uselessness added .-. If you don't have any web browsers, security tips, protocols, or workarounds to contribute, kindly refrain from posting...this topic does not need to be made up of argument and debate I can confirm Arora 0.1 Portable Edition does work on 98SE with kernelex, although it's rather slow and crashes if the address bar area is clicked. EDIT by LoneCrusader: Off-topic content split into a new thread. Further discussion here should be constructive and follow the intent of the thread.
  8. Here you go https://www.vogons.org/viewtopic.php?f=61&t=47505 I made a topic here on MSFN, but it was locked...and I updated the download.
  9. It's really no big deal, I can add a section for unofficial extensions if others really want one.
  10. Found this web browser which apparently claims to work on all versions of Windows. Included it because it's a more recent browser that's still being developed, unfortunately, it's not quite that modern yet. Netsurf should even work on Windows 95, it doesn't support tabs though and its rather outdated as well. Still receives development! http://www.netsurf-browser.org/
  11. Some sites say this browser works on XP, the offical doesn't...maybe worth a shot: http://polarityweb.weebly.com/download.html If there aren't missing dependencies in XP, it should work. Requires Visual C++ 2013 and .NET Framework 4.5.2 Softpedia claims Nightly Firefox 53 works on Windows Server 2003 Avant Browser? http://www.softpedia.com/get/Internet/Browsers/Avant-Browser.shtml Apparently found a Chromium browser that still supports Vista http://www.softpedia.com/get/Internet/Browsers/Cent-Browser.shtml Chromium 51 based browser with XP support http://www.softpedia.com/get/Internet/Browsers/Orbitum.shtml Baidu and 7star browser is not included due to using a more dated version of chromium last time I checked.
  12. What a pathetic excuse of an OS... Is a lightweight operating system that will run with somewhat older machines too much to ask for?
  13. No one was updating the other two topics, so I've decided to take this into my own hands. The top sections list browsers which receive updates. Windows XP 32-bit Gecko-based Browsers Firefox ESR 52.1.2 ESR Cyberfox 52 ESR Comodo IceDragon 50.0.0.2 GNU IceCat 52.0.2 K-Meleon 75.1 SeaMonkey 2.46 (Will stop supporting XP and Vista in release 2.49) Chromium (Webkit-based) Browsers Slimjet 10.0.13.0 (Backports Chrome 50) Opera 36 Comodo Dragon 50.0.0.2 Maxthon 5.0.3.4000 Presto-based Opera 12.18 Qt-Based Browsers Dooble 1.56c Otter Browser XP Other Avant Browser 2017 Build 5 Lunascape 6.15.0 Windows XP 64-bit Opera 64-bit 44.0.2510.1457 Waterfox 46 Does not receive updates on XP anymore Qupzilla 2.0.1 (Not officially supported) Google Chrome 49 Chromium 49 SRW Iron 49 Torch 49 Vivaldi <1.0 Pale Moon Atom/XP 26.5.0 No longer works Firefox 53+ Google Chrome 50+ Chromium 50+ Qupzilla 2.0.2+ Italics - Infrequent updates, not likely to receive any more Inform me of any errors or newer browsers to include!
  14. Add this to the list -Qupzilla 2.0.1 (Last version that works on XP, not officially supported) -Waterfox (64 bit web browser for XP, however hasn't been properly worked with XP for a while) Needs to be tested: Firefox Clones -Comondo Dragon Chromium Clones -Maxthon (Based off chromium 47 I think) -UC Browser (Chromium based, unsure which version its based off of though) -Yandex Browser -Torch Browser -Vivaldi <1.0 (Worked on both XP and Vista) -Pale Moon 26.5.0 -Dooble Browser -Otter Browser (XP version) I tried to install Midori on my XP, but it failed.
  15. Sorry, I honestly don't know how the card exactly works...on the vogons.org forum I searched for help and assisted a few to install 9x on a D600. One of the members brought up he "broke down and paid for the patch" then mentioned the fix for the boot failure. How to enable ACPI after installation