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Microsoft recommends a 1GHz processor with 1GB of memory and 16GB of free hard disk space for both (See Microsoft’s website for Windows 7’s and Windows 8.1’s full requirements).

With a simple registry hack, you can net yourself five more years of official Microsoft updates for your aging Windows XP machine.

XP is by far one of the most-loved operating systems ever to grace PCs, defying the test of time and still going strong even though Microsoft officially abandoned it in April 2014.

Numbers are steadily dwindling but according to Net Market Share there are still 10.9% of computers running Windows XP, which is more than Windows 8.1 (9.56%) and only slightly less than Windows 10 (14.15%).

Windows 98 runs on top of the same "MS-DOS 7.1" with FAT32 support as Windows 95 OSR2, and it includes support for USB 1.x.

Windows 98 had two major releases - a First Edition and a Second Edition. If a download does not include a boot disk, please see Microsoft Windows Boot Disks If the listed serials below do not work for a specific release, please see the Serials thread Have something to share about Windows 98? Comments on any Win World articles are welcome over on Win Boards, Win World's discussion forum.

I’m not entirely sure why Microsoft released a variant of Windows XP about six months before the release of Windows 7, but there you go. We recently became aware of a hack that purportedly aims to provide security updates to Windows XP customers.

You've likely heard that you can't straight upgrade from Windows XP to Windows 7.

Some folks who apparently have a pile of operating systems discs have proposed that one could upgrade from XP to Vista, then from Vista to Windows 7, but I think that's insane.

Windows XP is a dead duck as far as Microsoft is concerned and although major bugs have since been discovered, they haven’t been fixed and never will be.

You can attempt to shore up Windows XP security by other means, of course, but it’s a sticking plaster solution and one that is becoming increasingly inefficient.

The whole Windows XP retirement is becoming a bit of a farce.

Microsoft technically ended support for Windows XP on April 8, 2014.