Version for XP and Win7 support

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hayc59
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Version for XP and Win7 support

Unread post by hayc59 » 2019-07-26, 15:22

Hello fellow moon walkers!
To the main boss of this awesome browser......your welcome and maybe you can
come up with a version of this browser for us little folks who still are attracted to
WIN XP PRO/HOME ..and extend the support for WIN 7 for ever!! :)

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Re: SERVER Fund Razer...

Unread post by Tomaso » 2019-07-26, 15:34

Windows XP won't be officially supported by Pale Moon again.
But you can use Feodor2's unofficial builds:
https://feodor2.github.io/Mypal/

If you want to report any issues for those builds, it should be done at his GitHub repo.

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Re: SERVER Fund Razer...

Unread post by Moonchild » 2019-07-26, 16:52

I've already explained many times and in detail why NT5 (XP) support was dropped.
It's not gonna happen.

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