Windows XP Service Pack 4 UnOfficial Final

Windows XP Service Pack 4 Unofficial

Windows XP Service Pack 4 Unofficial

Windows XP SP4 (Service Pack 4) provides the proactive security technologies for Windows XP to better defend against viruses, worms, and hackers along with increased manageability and an improved experience for users. Windows XP SP4 fixes a range of bugs in Windows XP operating system. It doesn’t matter what XP updates you have previously applied to your system, Service Pack 4 will update any unpatched, partially patched or completely updated system (it includes all previously released patches and updates). Windows XP SP4 Unofficial comes to the rescue, providing XP users with the latest official Windows XP updates alongside up-to-date components up to May 2014, also including POSReady updates.

Microsoft Windows XP official support has ended. Many users who won’t be able to upgrade their old machines to a newer OS would like to easily install all Windows updates in one convenient package.

Windows XP SP4 Unofficial is a cumulative update rollup for Windows XP (x86). It can be applied to a live Windows XP system which has SP1, at minimum, installed or it can be slipstreamed (integrated) in any Windows XP installation media.

Windows XP SP4 includes updates for most Windows XP components, including MCE and Tablet PC. Request-only hotfixes have been included. Currently, Microsoft .NET Frameworks 4.0, 3.5, 1.1 and 1.0 (Tablet PC only) are included in the Windows XP SP4 package. You can also scan for POSReady updates, because the POSReady trick has been included. In addition, all post-eol updates for .NET Framework 1.1, 3.5 and 4.0 until May 2014 have been included.

The .NET 1.x, 3.5 versions are automatically installed/updated in live installations as well.

Windows XP SP4 Beta 3 Unofficial Build – almost stable – is now available! This package is not released by Microsoft, who does not recommend computer users to install it.

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Windows XP Service Pack 4 Unofficial (895 MB)

This post was recently updated on August 19, 2018