Tag Archives: Microsoft Security Essentials

Still the Odd Duck Out: Microsoft Security Essentials v4 on Windows For Legacy PC’s

Well, it is with a heavy heart that I must report on the current state of Microsoft Security Essentials where it involves Windows FLP. It appears that MSE v4 is still unable to install on WinFLP. I find this particularly … Continue reading

Microsoft Security Essentials v4.0 installs successfully on Windows XP 64-bit and Windows Server 2008 R2

I have talked in the past about Microsoft Security Essentials being installable on Windows XP 64-bit and Windows Server 2008 R2 despite being “against the Terms of Service” as ballyhooed by the arrogantly myopic Microsoft Forums. Well, despite the fact … Continue reading

Installing Microsoft Security Essentials on XP 64-bit and Windows Server 2008

Back when Microsoft Security Essentials was first released, a lot of people wondered where the version for Windows XP 64-bit was. After all, there was a version for XP 32-bit, one for Vista/Win7 32-bit and one for Vista/Win7 64-bit. But … Continue reading

Looking for answers? Don’t bother using the Microsoft forums

I have recently tried to have a question answered over at Microsoft Answers, and encountered nothing but resistance. My problem stems from a copy of Windows XP For Legacy PC’s (A.K.A. WinFLP). It was able to accept an install of … Continue reading