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Windows XP in 2021 - 20 Years Later

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Windows XP celebrates its 20th birthday this year! It remains one of the most loved and fondly remembered versions of Windows. I take a nostalgic look back at Windows XP and find out how useful it is in 2021.

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▬ Contents of this video ▬

0:00​ - Intro
0:22 - Fasthosts Sponsor Intro
0:42​ - Windows XP Launch and History
3:47 - Windows XP Tour
8:10 - Fasthosts Sponsor Competition
9:38 - Using Windows XP Today
14:17 - Conclusion

Sources used in this video (with permission or under fair use):

BBC News 24 Coverage of Windows XP Launch 26th October 2001:

Professional Developers Conference 2001 And Windows XP Launch Event - 25.01.2001:

Windows XP Features \u0026 Upgrade Computer Chronicles (2002):

#WindowsXP #2000s #Throwback
Joe Harley : Ah, Windows XP, the first version of Windows I ever used! Very solid OS.

Great video Dan, as always!
SoloPlayer : Even after all those years, it still looks gorgeous
jaymz1999 : Yes, guilty as charged. Best Windows OS for me. It does everything I need and it runs, stable.
Rayan Al-Ballaa : Man this takes me back! The visual style of the XP is just fantastic! So many good memories!
King Corduroy : It's still hands down the best OS MS ever released. As much as I absolutely love Windows 95 and 98, Windows XP was just stable, easy to use and still lots of fun.

Activating Windows XP in 2021

Thanks to Daniel Myslivets for helping me to gather information for this video.

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Today I am going to show you how I activated Windows XP by phone. It was a disaster. Almost 20 years since the release, more than 7 since its end of life, OEM versions of Windows XP can potentially be truly activated using a phone and a toll-free number for any country. Welcome to my first ever voiced over video on this channel.

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0:00 - Intro
0:30 - One peculiar feature
1:11 - The idea behind it
1:40 - Microsoft Activation Center call
12:47 - Disaster
13:37 - Conclusion
14:06 - Outro

Still have any questions? Send them to realendermanch@gmail.com!
Wish you to have a great day!

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Meow Cat : 9:07
Enderman: Fuck yeah
"Sorry, this is a Christian support. No swearing please." (hangs up)
Phenom : I wonder why the hell I’ve spent 14 min of my life watching a windows XP activation video in 2021
ra ker : For future reference, when trying to navigate computer voice menu systems, speakerphone is much harder for the computer to process than the phone's internal mic. Also, when you're using touchtones, push the number buttons longer, and mute the microphone. It helps keep the signal clean for the computer to process the beeps.
Source: 20 years working with telco Voice Response apps.
darek4488 : Never knew having a legit copy was such a hassle. It's so smooth with a keygen and you always have a cool 8-bit tune to listen to.
Catalysis Gorger : The activation procedure is more complicated than launching a missile.

Windows XP vs Vista vs 7 vs 8.1 vs 10 | Speed Test

Windows XP vs Vista vs 7 vs 8.1 vs 10 | Speed Test. A speed test of every generation of Windows since 2001. Will a different Windows version affect system performance or will it have no impact at all?

Running each operating system on the same exact hardware using a variety of different applications and tests, how well does each OS compare? Let's put that to the test!

Intro 0:00
Startup 0:38
Storage 1:37
Built-in Programs 1:49
Media Consumption 2:52
Web-Browser 3:42
Office Software 4:55
File Transfer 5:36
Scan Speed 6:12
Benchmark \u0026 Conclusion 6:43
Shutdown 8:08

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Duster PL : I had this in my reccomended, and while watching this video I genuinely thought that this was a video made by a YouTuber with ten thousands of subs or something like that, and to my suprise it has only 300 views. You deserve a lot more subs and views on this, and I'm pretty sure that it's gonna blow up some time later.
Barry Goldrick : Windows 8.1 was actually a really good version. It was fast, secure and less bloated. Never had issues with it whatsoever!
John : I like how everyone’s least favourite, 8.1 actually won in most aspects. Shows how the OS itself is good but the start menu and gestures ruined it.
AA-VFX : I don't know if I miss any version anymore. Once I thought 95 was the coolest, then xp, then 7, failed with 8, now 10, next 11. The only thing I miss is simplicity and more disclosure on various services. Sometimes I wish I could have a stable version without weekly updates that are somehow making my hardware older and slower...
Cesare Vesdani : In my opinion, Windows XP had the best nostalgic features that newer versions of Windows never had. For example, screensavers and wallpapers which are unique to Windows XP.




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