Give new life to Windows XP with Missed Features Installer5
If you’re not a fan of Windows 10 or Window 8.x, or if you own a computer with a weak single core, then there’s a chance your computer still runs Windows XP. Having Windows XP as your main driver is not a good idea anymore seeing as Microsoft decided to cut support for it; even Opera is no longer supporting the platform. Users will no longer get security updates or anything else designed to keep the operating system bug and virus free.
Still, if you do not care about these known problems with Windows XP, why not refresh it with some missing features since you’ll probably be using this operating system for the next few years?
An ISO file known as Missed Features Installer5, or MFI5, is designed to bring some cool and exciting things to the old operating system. The ISO file is expected to be a little over 1.2GB in size and brings many of the same features available via the Windows 10 version of the same software. The features are pulled into categories such as Support, Applications, Games, Multimedia, PowerToys, Downloads, Hidden Options, TabletPC and Media Center.
From its screenshots, it looks great and blends in well with the Windows XP UI. MFI5 won’t patch over your Windows XP security woes, though, but it could transform it into a slightly better experience. We still recommend upgrading to a newer operating system for better security, performance, and features, though. For many, the only way to do this is to purchase a new computer, and that might be an issue. If this is the case, then Linux is your friend until a more powerful computer can be had.
Download MFI5 from the official website right here.
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