Web Browser For Vista Extended Kernel

Joadix100

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I like Slimjet. Actually works better than Opera on my e-mail. For some reason, Opera quit letting me open my inbox.
And why dont you use Windows Mail? i know how to configure it properly if you need help
 

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wither 3

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I've been using the same e-mail provider for at least 20 years. I like its spam controls and it doesn't save e-mails to my hard disk. It works fine in Firefox and the variations on Firefox. Guess what- I just tried it again in Opera and it works. Go figure that would happen after I make that remark.
 

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Vistaar

Vista Guru
The best option is mypal or Serpent from roytam for Vanilla vista (Both based in Firefox 68)...
Well we already knew that you are not a Firefox lover, but that post offers further proof. As mentioned in post #4, MyPal is no longer being developed. Serpent 52 from roytam1 is essentially a portable build of Basilisk from Moonchild Productions with added support for XP/Vista. Like Pale Moon 28 and 29, Basilisk is based on Moonchild’s UXP Platform, which in turn is based on Firefox 52. (The other Serpent build is a long story.)

Since virtually no one here is actually interested in browsers For Vista Extended Kernel, I should point out that MSFN has a subforum Browsers working on Older NT-Family OSes with various threads about Extreme Explorer 360, roytam1’s browser builds, etc.
 

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Joadix100

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I've been using the same e-mail provider for at least 20 years. I like its spam controls and it doesn't save e-mails to my hard disk. It works fine in Firefox and the variations on Firefox. Guess what- I just tried it again in Opera and it works. Go figure that would happen after I make that remark.
To save EMails you need to have your account configured in POP3, the mails are saved in the client side, IMAP saves them on the server
 

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Joadix100

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Well we already knew that you are not a Firefox lover, but that post offers further proof. As mentioned in post #4, MyPal is no longer being developed. Serpent 52 from roytam1 is essentially a portable build of Basilisk from Moonchild Productions with added support for XP/Vista. Like Pale Moon 28 and 29, Basilisk is based on Moonchild’s UXP Platform, which in turn is based on Firefox 52. (The other Serpent build is a long story.)

Since virtually no one here is actually interested in browsers For Vista Extended Kernel, I should point out that MSFN has a subforum Browsers working on Older NT-Family OSes with various threads about Extreme Explorer 360, roytam1’s browser builds, etc.
I dont like Firefox based ones because they run slower than chromium based ones on my computer, other than that, i have nothing against them
 

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Vistaar

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I dont like Firefox based ones because they run slower than chromium based ones on my computer, other than that, i have nothing against them
Firefox based browsers run slower on everybody’s computer. I have discovered that there is actually life after Vista! In this afterlife, I have found that there is really no reason to use Firefox unless you hope to thwart Google’s growing monopoly power. However, in this David vs. Goliath struggle, I find it difficult to cheer for a browser that is as awful as Firefox has become. I therefore give my support to Microsoft Edge, even though it is just another Chromium fork now. (But I’m on my iPhone at this particular moment, so not exactly Microsoft’s strongest supporter these days.)
 

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Joadix100

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Firefox based browsers run slower on everybody’s computer. I have discovered that there is actually life after Vista! In this afterlife, I have found that there is really no reason to use Firefox unless you hope to thwart Google’s growing monopoly power. However, in this David vs. Goliath struggle, I find it difficult to cheer for a browser that is as awful as Firefox has become. I therefore give my support to Microsoft Edge, even though it is just another Chromium fork now. (But I’m on my iPhone at this particular moment, so not exactly Microsoft’s strongest supporter these days.)
I actually use Microsoft Edge, im using it right now to say this and i use it in my phone algong with the Microsoft Launcher for android and the Phone app in windows 10 and android, i love it, and it runs faster than Brave, Opera and Chrome in my experience (Speedometer 2.0 Scores: Chrome, Opera, Brave: 40 Firefox: 37 Edge: 50)
 

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cartpusher54

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In case there is confusion, the extended kernel for Vista is not a Microsoft product: it is a hack that is officially supported by nothing and will never be anything more. It has been nearly six years since the Chromium Project wanted installers that worked on Vista, so you just might have to settle for a portable browser. For those who want to install the latest mainstream browsers, the obvious and best solution is to run Windows 7, 8, 10 or 11 like most of the world’s PC users.

Even for those diehards who are still running plain vanilla Vista and prefer Firefox-based browsers, the only options that are still being updated in any degree are the portable browser builds from roytam1 of MSFN, of which Serpent 52 is perhaps the best. (MyPal developer feodor2 was forced to stop after Moonchild Productions complained about Mozilla Public License violations.) To be sure, yet another developer once created an installer for roytam1’s browsers, but I uploaded that installer to VirusTotal on more than one occasion and the results were rather scary.

In conclusion: For those who dislike portable browsers, Vista is clearly the wrong OS now and the extended kernel does not change that. For those who want to communicate with people who are actually using the extended kernel, this is clearly the wrong forum. One last thing: 2 GB RAM is insufficient for Vista x64. Good luck!
 

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cartpusher54

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Well... the laptop supports 2GB max. so i cannot upgrade, but it works fine, i just use it to edit documents and other "school" aplications, i now running Slimjet that can install Chromium 92 without complaining but i wanted something more recent, but looking at what you said, im going to stick to it, at least Slimjet is not discontinued and has updates from time to time, maybe in some time an upgrade to Chrome 93 or better
Looks like with the extended kernel now we can use the installer for chrome and firefox browsers so its way better than just a hack.
 

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Vistaar

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Looks like with the extended kernel now we can use the installer for chrome and firefox browsers so its way better than just a hack.
Yes, the developer has made further improvements recently, so this 8-month-old thread is hardly worth reading now. It has been reported at MSFN that Chrome can be installed (not limited to a portable version), that Chrome extensions such as uBlock Origin are now supported, and even that Microsoft Edge works now. @Joadix100 might be interested, if he hasn’t already updated his extended kernel to the latest version.
 

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Joadix100

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Yes, the developer has made further improvements recently, so this 8-month-old thread is hardly worth reading now. It has been reported at MSFN that Chrome can be installed (not limited to a portable version), that Chrome extensions such as uBlock Origin are now supported, and even that Microsoft Edge works now. @Joadix100 might be interested, if he hasn’t already updated his extended kernel to the latest version.
wait, does edge work? i waited for this for a looooong time, i have the latest version of the extended kernel always, im a guy that stays up to date (said a guy that uses Vista in 2022)
 

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Vistaar

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wait, does edge work? i waited for this for a looooong time, i have the latest version of the extended kernel always, im a guy that stays up to date (said a guy that uses Vista in 2022)
That’s what 2 users at this MSFN link say. Please confirm if you can!
 

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Joadix100

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That’s what 2 users at this MSFN link say. Please confirm if you can!
i cant find the download link for the installer (the MSI installer provided by microsoft fails because it uses a new version or something)
 
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wither 3

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Go into Control Panel, Windows Updates and check the box to "never check for updates." Reboot. Try the .msi.
 

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Joadix100

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Go into Control Panel, Windows Updates and check the box to "never check for updates." Reboot. Try the .msi.
it failed again
 

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Joadix100

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after executing the .msi installer, it fails giving me this message
 

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wither 3

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Joadix100

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Did you download your installer from here- Microsoft Update Catalog
i downloaded it from microsoft but i tried your download link and it failed anyways, including disabling automatic updates and restarting

Edit: it failed with Google Chrome in the same way
 

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wither 3

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I don't know which version in the catalog I would use but I don't think the Azure one would work. You might ask in the link provided by Vistaar where the person said Edge would run. You could also troubleshoot the problem using the guidelines here- [Fixed] There Is A Problem With This Windows Installer Package
 

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    MSI GTX 560 TI Twin Frozr
    Sound Card
    Sound Blaster SB Audigy
    Monitor(s) Displays
    Viewsonic VG2436
    Screen Resolution
    1920x1080p
    Hard Drives
    Samsung HD 105SI
    WDC WD20
    Case
    Apevia XJupiter
    Cooling
    air
    Mouse
    Logitech MX 600
    Keyboard
    Logitech MX 3200
    Internet Speed
    30 Mbps
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