MFI (Missed Features Installer) Repository

Discussion in 'Application Software' started by johnye_pt, Jun 19, 2016.

  1. johnye_pt

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    #1 johnye_pt, Jun 19, 2016
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  2. GOD666

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    Love have this as a sticky in the Windows 10 forum. I was going to upload this myself, but things got caught up at work. Thanks @johnye_pt for taking the lead. :cool:
     
  3. johnye_pt

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    Don't mind the sticky, but not in the Windows 10 section as it covers all Windows from XP to 10 b10586, even Windows 2000 if an ISO of FFI ever reappears, that's why I posted it in the Applications section. I'll be happy if at least all latest ISOs plus FFI v1.0 are found/collected. And even happier if someone decides to pick up where Wiwi-maX / Maxtorix left off :D
     
  4. Ascii2

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    This thread is a good idea.

    However, the information regarding Windows Future Features Installer is incomplete or missleading.

    According to a developer's note (original now removed document was taken down) regarding the differences between Future Features Installer NT5 and Missed Features Installer NT5:
    It is also rather important to note that the Future Features Installer NT5 project is for Windows 2000, Windows XP, and Windows Server 2003; while Missed Features Installer NT5 is for only Windows XP and Windows Server 2003.Further, Future Features Installer NT5 v1.0 is a latest release, though not of the same (but is similar to) Missed Features Installer projects.
     
  5. johnye_pt

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    Actually you forgot to quote the rest of the text:
    So according to the description, FFI5 contains software released after Windows 2000/XP/2003 were released, but MFI5 contains software that is simply "not there", regardless of the release date, so it combines old features with new features. In that point of view, MFI5 can be considered FFI5 v2.0 and the latest release. The only difference seems to be that MFI5 dropped support for Windows 2000, and I will add that to the 1st post.
     
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    MFI5_v1.0.ISO and MFIV_v1.0.ISO are now available in the shared folder!
     
  7. mogwai71

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    Thanks for all
     
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    #8 windrider, Apr 11, 2017
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    Thanks for sharing these johnye_pt :)

    Can I share the link or no? and I will respect your choice.
     
  9. johnye_pt

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    Feel free to do whatever you want with the link.
     
  10. windrider

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    Thank you so much :)
     
  11. antonio8909

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    Shared folder offline

    Have anyone got a copy?
     
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    Thanks @LostED for the links. They works

    Thanks ^^
     
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    #18 maxtorix, Jul 23, 2017
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    One IT magazine (the name is irrelevant) did not read the EULA or didn't understand it very well, and asked for permission for MFIs to be added to it's DVD which are present as free supply with the printed edition of the magazine. But this was obvious that will lead to MASS distribution and probably will increase their sales, which on the end is against the MFI's EULA free and non-sale condition.
    At the time most appropriate solution was to take down the whole project for a while.
    And something more important is that taking down the site was not related with C&D letter or any other complaint in any form from any third-party.
     
  16. johnye_pt

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    Thanks for the explanation. I never considered being related to C&D since you're only merging free and available software under one roof, so I'm glad it was just for personal reasons and even gladder (is that a word?) that you decided to resume the project. I'm sure many people will be waiting for new/updated releases! Do you mind if I keep the shared folder online?
     
  17. jefkim666

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    I never realised I missed this until I found this thread... Thanks for all your work.