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Re: AV on a VM


Post by Danum » Sun Jun 08, 2014 7:11 am

Gordon Cooper wrote:Thanks to all for an interesting thread. I run XP (and refuse to upgrade) on an old Toshiba
so I can attempt to answer questions on a group (using some MS software) that I moderate. The
Toshiba (and me) have battled on for several years without any virus protection and I had
been thinking about MS Essentials.

Joany, molasses runs quicker if you heat it - much more of the same treament seems suitable for MSE.
A lot has been made of the fact that M$ no longer support XP, when in fact they do and will continue to do so until 2019.
by tricking your home edition of XP into thinking its Windows Embedded POSReady means you get updates for the next five years.
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Re: AV on a VM


Post by joany » Sun Jun 08, 2014 9:42 am

uncle mark wrote: The installer won't run. Detects XP, quits and says the OS is not spported.
So Microsoft wants people to buy Win8 so badly that they invested additional time and money to alter software that worked on WinXP, Vista, Win7, and Win8 just to make sure it would no longer install on WinXP? I guess that's their new version of backward compatibility. :rolleyes:
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Re: AV on a VM


Post by lucky9 » Sun Jun 08, 2014 7:46 pm

It's called a 'revenue stream'.
Yes, even I am dishonest. Not in many ways, but in some. Forty-one, I think it is.
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