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List of Web Browsers Working with XP 2017

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JodyT    142

@Dibya, will that upgrade over top Pale Moon v26.5?

 

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sdfox7    162

@JodyT

It's a zip file, you execute PALEMOON.EXE from the extracted folder. It's not a regular installation.

Is it possible to upgrade an installed version with a standalone one?

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Dibya    229
3 hours ago, JodyT said:

@Dibya, will that upgrade over top Pale Moon v26.5?

 

 

1 hour ago, sdfox7 said:

@JodyT

It's a zip file, you execute PALEMOON.EXE from the extracted folder. It's not a regular installation.

Is it possible to upgrade an installed version with a standalone one?

palemoon27.jpg

I think it can be by manually replacing all PM Atom binary with this one  

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sdfox7    162

 

I want to advise you all that the Pale Moon website has deleted the download for the last Atom/ XP compatible Pale Moon browser. The below link no longer works:

http://rm-us.palemoon.org/release/palemoon-26.5.0.Atom.WinXP.installer.exe

You must now use the archived link (March 19, 2017), or get it from my FTP:

https://web.archive.org/web/20170319043844/http://rm-us.palemoon.org/release/palemoon-26.5.0.Atom.WinXP.installer.exe

http://sdfox7.com/xp/sp3/EOL/palemoon-26.5.0.Atom.WinXP.installer.exe

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TrevMUN    7

I've been giving Advanced Chrome a whirl since, if possible, I'd like to use a more up-to-date variant of the Chrome browser and I haven't seen anyone try to compile a XP-friendly version of Brave yet.

Advanced Chrome's a temperamental little thing. I haven't figured out what triggers this, but the browser is liable to crash in a bizarre way: it will first attempt to open a new window, entirely unprompted, and then crash. It doesn't always happen, but as far as I can tell it has to do with what tabs you've got open. Maybe even a cache/history related issue, as I've noticed this persist if you try to restore your previous browsing session and close down almost all previous tabs ... but it won't crash *until* you attempt to restore.

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Dibya    229
5 hours ago, TrevMUN said:

I've been giving Advanced Chrome a whirl since, if possible, I'd like to use a more up-to-date variant of the Chrome browser and I haven't seen anyone try to compile a XP-friendly version of Brave yet.

Advanced Chrome's a temperamental little thing. I haven't figured out what triggers this, but the browser is liable to crash in a bizarre way: it will first attempt to open a new window, entirely unprompted, and then crash. It doesn't always happen, but as far as I can tell it has to do with what tabs you've got open. Maybe even a cache/history related issue, as I've noticed this persist if you try to restore your previous browsing session and close down almost all previous tabs ... but it won't crash *until* you attempt to restore.

I have no such issues 

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jumper    57

> the browser is liable to crash in a bizarre way: it will first attempt to open a new window, entirely unprompted, and then crash.
This could be AC detecting an internal error and attempting to open an error dialog, only to crash in that attempt as well. If Dibya's system is using Extended Kernel, it must be averting the original problem.

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i430VX    10

Advanced Chrome is perfectly stable on both of my computers that i have it on. @TrevMUNPerhaps you are using some weird and buggy add-on?

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TrevMUN    7

I've got uBlock Origin and Betternet VPN installed on Advanced Chrome. I use these same plugins on vanilla Chrome and have no issues doing so.

 

EDIT: Does anyone else using Advanced Chrome have XP64? No clue if that might be affecting this, or how.

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i430VX    10

I use ublock origin as well. no problems here, so probably not that. I am on x86 though, that may make a difference.

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Dibya    229
7 hours ago, TrevMUN said:

I've got uBlock Origin and Betternet VPN installed on Advanced Chrome. I use these same plugins on vanilla Chrome and have no issues doing so.

 

EDIT: Does anyone else using Advanced Chrome have XP64? No clue if that might be affecting this, or how.

No issues either with xp x64 and ublock origin.  Try to disable that vpn if it solve 

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roytam1    44
On Saturday, 2 September, 2017 at 11:53 PM, sdfox7 said:

 

I want to advise you all that the Pale Moon website has deleted the download for the last Atom/ XP compatible Pale Moon browser. The below link no longer works:

http://rm-us.palemoon.org/release/palemoon-26.5.0.Atom.WinXP.installer.exe

You must now use the archived link (March 19, 2017), or get it from my FTP:

https://web.archive.org/web/20170319043844/http://rm-us.palemoon.org/release/palemoon-26.5.0.Atom.WinXP.installer.exe

http://sdfox7.com/xp/sp3/EOL/palemoon-26.5.0.Atom.WinXP.installer.exe

Anyway I built my own palemoon-27.4.2 with patches in #1 and replaced GetTickCount64() with dynamic loading NtQueryPerformanceCounter() like One-Core-Api does (with --disable-skia and bundled New Moon branding, nothing else changed)
http://o.rthost.cf/gpc/files1.rt/palemoon-27.4.2-unofficial-xp.7z

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