As far as I know, it doesn't require KernelEx, at least not up to version 4.6, which is the latest I have.
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ONGD-FREE Vuze bit-torrent
h ttp://www.vuze.com/ . A nice modern bit-torrent client that ran with no issues on my windows Me computer. Did not have to use kex compatibility options, though I do have this dll in my system userenv.dll http://www.msfn.org/...for-windows-9x/ that could of allowed it to run, though I'm not sure.
EDIT: Of course it came with malware (like most Bit-torrents) so I would not recommend downloading it unless you have good virus scanning/protection to remove the free malware that comes with it. It also could be the packaged software that they try to make you download so be cautious with download (or any bit-torrent) if you are going to still download it.
If you still want to download copy and past link into browser. Remove space.
EDIT2: seems to be safe since only 2/50 report Malware with the first saying possible https://www.virustot...05cb6/analysis/
Edited by Flasche, 04 March 2014 - 10:12 PM.
Seeker Of Truth by E. E. Cummings Quote (Me)
Edited by LostInSpace2012, 08 March 2014 - 08:01 PM.
Topics like this are great but someone should upgrade the front posts because they are outdated by 3-4 years already.
Edited by LostInSpace2012, 09 March 2014 - 08:17 AM.
... Also, when I tried to paste all the URL's onto notepad, half the addresss are truncated due to formatting, and therefore wouldn't work. I'd have to manually copy and paste each URL individually... and verify them... there's hundreds of them!
If anyone was going to do this, I would suggest starting off something like this:
You can "collect" several posts at once using "MultiQuote". I don't know if there is a limit, but I'm sure it should at least handle 10 or more posts at once. Once you have the posts you "collected" in the edit box, then toggle into BBCode mode by clicking the little unnamed button in the top left of the edit box directly above the B ie "bold" button. That will expose all of the BBCode in the post and none of the addresses will be truncated anymore. Then you can copy all of the text in the edit box with CTRL-A - CTRL-C and paste it into the text editor of your choice. Continue this way until you have collected all the links in the thread. If you use an editor that can use regular expressions, then it should be fairly straight forward to parse out the links and sort them if you like. To verify the links, one way that comes to mind would be to turn them into bookmarks and use one of the various free software options that can verify bookmarks such as AM-Deadlink, which should work for Win2K and above. I think it can also verify links just in a text file, but I have only used it to verify bookmarks. At that point you should be left with a list of valid links. Then all you have to do (heh-heh) is determine if they are for the latest version that works with Win98 or not. For software whose links were no longer valid, I suppose you could try to find new links through the wayback machine or other means.
Cheers and Regards
Edited by LostInSpace2012, 19 March 2014 - 07:41 AM.
LAST - FREE - Xnview 2.13
Latest 2.20 does not support Win9x. It won't run without KernelEx.
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Edited by LostInSpace2012, 08 April 2014 - 06:06 AM.
Okay, I was *ALMOST* toying with the idea of revamping this entire list, slogging through all 36 pages... including the Mount Everest of stuff on page one. But, genealogy software? Updaters? CAD programs? Time Synchronisation utilities?
Jeepers! Does anyone use that stuff? I'm not going to spend my time searching the web looking for the final version of an atomic clock that works on Windows 98!! LOL.
After checking, a lot of those links (on page 1) are just obsolete. Also, when I tried to paste all the URL's onto notepad, half the addresss are truncated due to formatting, and therefore wouldn't work. I'd have to manually copy and paste each URL individually... and verify them... there's hundreds of them!
Seriously. The only way to do this, would be to start over from scratch. I'm by no means suggesting getting rid of, or replacing this thread, but it's too big to edit at this point.
Maybe if it was broken down into smaller chunks. One thread for Disc burning/ripping software. Another for, say, internet utilities: browsers, plugins, etc. Another thread for all sorts of anti-malware/virus tools. Another for Audio players/editors.
Personally, I'd prefer to make the Picture Viewer, and MP3 Player, and Archiver/Zipper thread :-) Those are the software I use mostly.
I actually just took a ride back to 2010 with the Wayback Machine and some if not all of the links will work. There seem to be programs online that attest to URL validation but I don't know if any of them automatically correct them. I have limited time testing right now because the Archive is so slow and I'm heading to bed soon. This 2010 link is the first day that was archived for this thread. The first Apple link on that page doesn't work, but you can use OldApps or OldVersion for that.
The second link for DirectX. That link works because the file itself is actually archived on the Wayback Machine. If you follow it through the Wayback Machine that link (the second one) links to http://web.archive.org/web/20100221075812/http://www.free-codecs.com/DivX_Free_download.htm which then links to http://web.archive.org/web/20100114163106/http://free-codecs.com/download_soft.php?d=3300&s=40 which then ULTIMATELY links to http://web.archive.o...DivX521XP2K.exe
Note: if you open the page in the Wayback Machine using the 2010 link I provided above, you can easily recover the links without dots by viewing the page source after opening the page.
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I used this specific method with the Wayback Machine a few weeks ago for someone that needed to download Microsoft Security Essentials for Windows XP which Microsoft no longer posts for download on XP systems.
The current page no longer works on XP stating it is no longer available for download, but the archived page contains the archived files. Then you just click on Get it Now and proceed to the next page, selecting English Windows XP 32 bit and downloading it. There is also a 64 bit version available.
Edited by sdfox7, 06 August 2014 - 11:07 PM.
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