GordonSweetMemberMay 30, 2015 at 2:42 am #165351
If you should still want to install dear old Win XP on a PC or Laptop I presume we will still need to get a license number validated, but will MS still send certain important updates? Likewise does this also apply to Win 98 , 2000, Millennium and Vista?
If you are wondering why anyone would still want to use say XP, look at the numerous perfectly good older scanners selling very cheap on such as Ebay because MS were no longer interested in supporting them with their wonderful Win 7 and 8, so that they only work on XP and above!
OssianModeratorMay 30, 2015 at 5:42 am #190673
AFAIK Microsoft are releasing no new updates for XP, rather than withdrawing existing updates in the library
GordonSweetMemberMay 30, 2015 at 7:33 am #296720
Thanks I realize no new updates are now being releases for any of the old versions of Windows. This is why I do not accept any that are still issued with XP installed years ago. But when XP is installed now, do previous updates still download please?
OssianModeratorMay 30, 2015 at 8:52 am #190674
Yes, as far as I know they do
Note regardless of when you installed XP, you should still update as much as possible
joeqwertyModeratorMay 30, 2015 at 11:57 am #304425
All previously released updates for Windows XP are available and can be downloaded and installed manually or with Windows Updates.
BloodModeratorJune 1, 2015 at 9:27 am #336840
You can get the updates for XP via WSUS Offline. Download the file (Version 9.6), extract the contents of the zip file then run UpdateGenerator.exe. Select XP, configure the options as you need them and let it run. It will download all the XP updates released by Microsoft. You can then copy your WSUS Offline to a DVD and run UpdateInstaller on a client and install all the updates in one go.
biggles77SpectatorJune 1, 2015 at 8:17 pm #213827
There is also AutoPatcher. Click on THE Autopatcher Download (oh, this link works as well) which is the first thread at the top of the Forum. Be advised it will download ALL the Updates you select so if you have a limited amount of downloads it can eat it up. Last time I went through about 6GB but I did have other operating systems and applications selected.
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