removing all old threads

Discussion in 'Windows XP General Discussion' started by red, Apr 11, 2021.

  1. red

    red Guest

    just been looking through here and some posts are 7 years or more old , is there nob admins on this site? or is just been abandoned? only asking as such old questions wont need answering or help this late on
    red, Apr 11, 2021
  2. red

    red Guest

    ment to spell no not nob glasses broke
    red, Apr 11, 2021
  3. red


    Dec 10, 2012
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    no the original poster might not need help but any answers on older questions might help someone now, there are anwsers going back approx 15 years on some of the xp forums. :)
    Elizabeth23, Apr 11, 2021
  4. red

    red Guest

    yep guess it may but the solution wont help as the programs may no longer be about,and most wont even see xp now :( but have a few hidden away just in case :)
    cheers phill
    red, Apr 12, 2021
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    Mar 30, 2016
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    Click on 'New Posts', , , , ,
    cornemuse, Apr 12, 2021
  6. red

    red Guest

    ty just noticed it LOL :
    red, Apr 12, 2021
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    Apr 1, 2021
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    HSV and SFO
    One of the best features of a forum is that posts and threads are still around as long as the server is up--providing solutions and answers to questions people in the future may have.

    Perfect case in point is, one of the oldest car forums in existence that during the early 1990s had a tremendous amount of traffic since the cars were popular and new at the time. As the decades went on, traffic waned. But as new generations picked up these cars for cheap and needed to know more about them, cb7tuner was the place with all the answers. And now today, the forum is active again with hundreds of people around the world continuing to add to the forum and use its resources. I can see the same thing happening with xp forums. :)
    Samir, May 3, 2021
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