Should we continue supporting old Windows versions?

At some point, the following question asks itself. We’d like to know your opinion. And if you vote no, we’d like to know why.

Is it OK to drop support for Windows previous to Windows 2000?

  • Yes, but keep fixing bugs for a while (26%, 24 Votes)
  • No, I love my Windows 98! (26%, 24 Votes)
  • I don't care (20%, 19 Votes)
  • Yes, and also drop ANSI versions (18%, 17 Votes)
  • Yes, but keep distributing both ANSI and UNICODE versions (10%, 10 Votes)

Total Voters: 94

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5 Responses to “Should we continue supporting old Windows versions?”

  1. Startup Manager News » Edit offline user’s startup items Says:

    [...] Should we continue supporting old Windows versions? [...]

  2. Chris van den Kieboom Says:

    Maybe make 2 packages for Startupmanager? The Pre-Win2x version and the Post-Win2x version

  3. Richard Says:

    I’m with Chris van den Kieboom, so much of what MS has been releasing of late has been crap, and so many of my clients are still running pre W2K machines that it does seem useful to continue.

  4. Glenn Says:

    Since the “Yes, but keep fixing bugs for a while” answer has the most votes so far, I’ll consider your idea. It is probably the best solution, but it also is a lot of work to maintain two different packages.

  5. rrapoza Says:

    IT IS A FREE APP,
    KEEP IT FREE FOR ALL.