1. StrayGuitarist
    StrayGuitarist
    Because Windows XP doesn't properly support a lot of the code that runs in the background, so you're missing minor elements from the page, yet it loads faster.
    Oct 17, 2020
  2. IanSkinner1982
    IanSkinner1982
    Though a lot of the keys don't work on this machine. (r, y, u, etc...
    Ah shoot. I don't have the one to go with (.
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    Oct 17, 2020
  3. IanSkinner1982
    IanSkinner1982
    Also two and zero don't work. I have to copy/paste those characters.
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    Oct 17, 2020
  4. StrayGuitarist
    StrayGuitarist
    Guh. Is that a software issue, or just bad keyboard?
    Oct 18, 2020
  5. KleinesSinchen
    KleinesSinchen
    Are there even any browsers left supporting Win XP more than six years after MS dropped official support?

    The system holds a lot of nostalgic value being the last Windows I used as a main system.
    Oct 18, 2020
  6. StrayGuitarist
    StrayGuitarist
    @KleinesSinchen As far as I know, not officially. But it's not hard to get a lot of modern programs working on XP's 64-bit version. They just don't work well. Aside from that, whatever final versions of browsers were released will likely still be somewhat functional today. I mean, I occasionally fire up my '97 Macintosh Powerbook and open Netscape Navigator to keep myself humble, and it does work on some sites.
    Oct 18, 2020
  7. IanSkinner1982
    IanSkinner1982
    Just a bad keyboard. idk how to replace it, but I could just plug in one of my other keyboards.
    Oct 19, 2020