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max level of officially supported apps for winXP
« on: September 20, 2014, 04:17:42 PM »
windows 3.x | win95 | win98se | win2k | winXP | Vista | Windows 7 | last 32bit versions | mac

October 2001 - November 2006
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Windows_XP
windows xp was in alot of ways superceded by windows 7 in 2009 but support for XP kept going strong untill around 2013 when it started to dissappear; making it the longest running OS by anyone pretty much, from 2001-2013 about 12 years of apps being produced + integrated hardware supported

Aug 24, 2001         Vanilla       
*** first versions of apps for XP, people still mostly on win9x + mac os
*** pIII FSB 133Mhz; athlon XP; Willamette p4/133 is the standard; Disk speed is ATA133 as of July 2001
SDRAM(SDR-133), DDR1 (DDR-200, DDR-266, DDR-333) were the standard memory type

Logic 4.8.1 (10/1/2001)
Cubase VST 32 5.1r1 (11/1/2001)
Sonar 1 (2/1/2002)
Logic 5.1.3 (5/26/2002)
Pro Tools LE 5.3.1 (6/11/2002) (DIGI 001 Required)
Reason 2.0 (9/1/2002)
FL Studio 3.3 (10/1/2002)
Live 2 (12/22/2002)

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cubase | logic | pro tools | dp | sonar | reaper | live | reason | fl studio
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Sep 9, 2002         SP1       (download here)
*** Northwood pushes FSB to 400Mhz; 533Mhz FSB is new high end; SATA1 disk speed
ddr400 came out in summer 2002 i think?

Logic 5.5 (11/22/2002)
Acid Pro 4.0 (8/19/2002)
Reason 2.5 (5/8/2003)
Cubase SX2 (11/3/2003)
FL Studio 4.5.1 (1/4/2004)
Sonar 3 (2/1/2004)
Pro Tools LE 6.4 (4/20/2004) (digi 001 XP) PTLE 6.1 (AudioMedia III) PTLE 6.4.1 (24mix)
Live 4 (7/4/2004)
Reaper v2.202 - (04/22/2008) http://reaper.fm/download-old.php?ver=2x (works fine without sp2)

*** Firefox 12 is the highest browser u can use before installing SP2

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cubase | logic | pro tools | dp | sonar | reaper | live | reason | fl studio
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Aug 25, 2004         SP2       
*** many apps from spring 2005 onward will require SP2 to be installed; 800Mhz FSB the new norm; by end of year 1066 FSB p4 Extreme; SATA2 disk speed
DDR2 Was invented in mid-2002 but didnt become common place till 2004 really

Acid Pro 6 (4/3/2006)
Sonar 7 (9/18/2007) 
Cubase SX3 (Sep 20, 2004)
Reason 4 (11/1/2007)
Pro Tools LE 7.4 + PT M-Powered (11/7/2007)
Live 7 (11/29/2007)
Cubase 4 (2/29/2008)
FL Studio 8 (3/26/2008)
Reaper v2.202 - (04/22/2008) http://reaper.fm/download-old.php?ver=2x


*** Firefox 48 is the highest browser u can use before installing SP3
Firefox Setup 52.9.0esr.exe seems to be the highest


**************************************************************
cubase | logic | pro tools | dp | sonar | reaper | live | reason | fl studio
**************************************************************

Apr 21, 2008         SP3       
*** Wolfdale pushes to 1600Mhz FSB; Nehalem lands by end of year; SATA3 lands in spring 2009
DDR3 Ram came out in summer 2007;
keep in mind Windows 7 was released to developers in July 2009

Acid Pro 7 (10/14/2008) http://www.soundonsound.com/sos/apr09/articles/acid7.htm
Pro Tools LE 8 (12/17/2008) (for Mbox1/Mbox2/Digi002/Digi003 XP users) (v5.33, 6.0, 6.1, 6.4, 6.7, 6.9, 7.0+ also compatible)
Cubase 5 (3/9/2009) 5.5.3 Update (3/29/2011) [/color](vst32 5.x, sx1, sx2, sx3, 4.0 also compatible)
----Windows 7 Released to Developers July 2009----
Cubase 6 (4/11/2011) (unofficial but works)
Nuendo 5 (5/28/2010) (all previous versions also compatible)
Sonar X1 (12/10/2010) http://www.rolandus.com/products/details/1135/specs/ (x2 can work? but unofficial)
Pro tools M-powered 8.0.5 (3/9/2011) (7.0, 7.3, 7.4 also compatible)
Reason 6.5.3 (6/14/2012) (all previous versions also compatible)
Reason Essentials v1.5.3 (01/01/2013)
Record v1.5.1 (2010)
Reason LIMITED v1.5.3  (01/01/2013?)
Ableton Live 9 (3/6/2013) (all previous versions also compatible)
FL Studio 11 (5/15/2013) (all previous versions also compatible, 12 can work but unofficial?)
Avid/Digidesign Pro Tools v8.1.1 (HD)
click to view the daw timeline
Reaper v3.06 - (07/20/2009) http://reaper.fm/download-old.php?ver=3x

*** Firefox 53 is the highest browser u can use before installing Windows 7
*** Windows 7 was released (07/22/2009)


see this post for FINAL 32BIT VERSIONS (absolute last versions to be compatible with Windows XP/32bit)
http://www.oldschooldaw.com/forums/index.php/topic,5609