|Subject:||Re: Paradox 7 fault
|Date:||Tue, 15 Sep 2020 13:29:07 +1000
|From:||Leslie <"ViaThe List"@NOSPAM.com>
Windows XP should for sure be out of the question as the POS Support has
now ended as well.
Windows 7 is still safe if you purchase the Extended Support package
which I would recommend to the clients (although upgrading to Windows 10
is still free if you know what you are doing)
For those having to support said clients then you should simply run
Window 7 under Hyper-V which comes with Windows 10 anyway.
For those wanting to support 16bit Dos on 64bit Windows 10, then I
recommend VDosPlus rather than Dosbox.
Thats all I got.
On 10/09/2020 11:33 AM, Tom Krieg wrote:
> It seems there's still lots of folks here running WinXP and Win7. I hope
> you don't allow your computers to ever, never ever, connect to the
> Internet and never ever network them with a computer that does connect.
> And you are remiss in your business obligations if you let your
> customers run them.
> Unless you pay for enterprise extended support which will let you access
> the security updates for Win7.
> Windows 7 and XP computers are unsafe. You're driving a rusty jalopy at
> 100MPH down a switchback without brakes. It's going to end up messy.
> Unless you run Virtual Machines.
> On 9/09/2020 3:48 pm, Peter wrote:
>> I am in the same boat, many customers still using XP. I am still using
>> Pdox9 on XP as it is far better than Pdox7. Pdox9 works on Win10 also.
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