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Started by Shadow.97, June 17, 2021, 03:13 AM

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Vasudev

Quote from: humbert on July 14, 2022, 05:41 AM
Quote from: Vasudev on July 13, 2022, 06:20 PMDownload Privatezilla or LoveWin11Again
I stopped using Yamicsoft products long time ago once I moved to Win 10.

Thanks for the tip. You're the man!  :)
You're welcome. The above works on win 10 and 11 w/o any issue and are simple to use.

scarface

Note that new versions of windows 7,10,11 will be available today on the forum.

scarface

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Windows 10 22H2 x64 is finally available here for the users of the forum: https://www.nomaher.com/forum/index.php?topic=14153.msg37204#msg37204


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q8vX-iDmv4c

humbert

I've probably asked you this before. Who is still actually using Windows 7? AFAIK any computer than can run Win7 can run Win10 -- and probably Win11 with those stupid restrictions removed.

scarface

Quote from: humbert on August 10, 2022, 05:15 AMI've probably asked you this before. Who is still actually using Windows 7? AFAIK any computer than can run Win7 can run Win10 -- and probably Win11 with those stupid restrictions removed.
You're probably right. Only Guliver expressed interest recently. Since windows 10 and 7 are ready they will be available soon on the forum. Windows 11 will be available later.
As for windows xp, it's still available here but it will be removed soon: https://www.nomaher.com/forum/index.php?topic=14153.msg37204#msg37204
If you need it download it quickly.
Since Maher stopped maintaing links for xp and 7 a while back, I decided to maintain those old versions but they have become obsolete indeed. Note that I may go back to windows 10 soon, I can't stand windows 11 anymore. I couldn't solve the sound lag (it seems this audio bug is affecting a lot of users with realtek hardware). In my opinion, this OS will be a failure like Vista.

Guliver

Hello hello, you are right, Scarface :) I am still interested in your Windows 7 builds. I do have Windows 10 installed on a secondary partition but I dislike it so much that occasions when I boot it up are extremely rare. In fact, since you mentioned it, I still make use of XP as well, even though in a VM only. I am aware I will have to abandon Win7 at some point, but I am determined to put that off for as long as I reasonably can. So thank you for making that possible Scarface :)

humbert

Quote from: Guliver on August 10, 2022, 10:45 PMHello hello, you are right, Scarface :) I am still interested in your Windows 7 builds. I do have Windows 10 installed on a secondary partition but I dislike it so much that occasions when I boot it up are extremely rare. In fact, since you mentioned it, I still make use of XP as well, even though in a VM only. I am aware I will have to abandon Win7 at some point, but I am determined to put that off for as long as I reasonably can. So thank you for making that possible Scarface :)

As I see it, the problem with old operating systems is not that they're bad, it's lack of support. If you're running a relatively old system then Win7 will work fine. But if you upgrade to an Intel i9 or a AMD Ryzen, forget about anything under Win10. In fact, if I upgraded right now to the very latest hardware, I know I'd have to forcibly run Win11 for the same reason.

scarface

New versions of windows 7, 10 & 11 are finally available on the forum. I know that humbert, Vasudev and Guliver were eagerly waiting for them.