So if you need to group files/folders on the screen for work (for easier sorting) - there is no alternative but to reboot into Windows XP.
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Final set of Windows XP Security updates is coming up on Tuesday, April 8, 2014.
We already know how to make a custom ISO to include Service Pack 3, but how do we include all the updates released after SP3 for Windows XP to make a final all-inclusive Windows XP ISO?
There will be no official Service Pack 4 for Windows XP - so why don't we try to figure out how to make an all inclusive Windows XP installation ISO?
=== The first question I'll ask before making any future motherboard purchase is: can Windows XP be installed on it?
Security issues aside, there will come a day in the very near future when you won't be able to buy hardware that XP will even run on. That said, if you are dead set on XP, I would personally approach this differently.
While you have valid reasons Win7/8 won't work for you, how about some other alternatives? The programmer in me would tackle this by collecting all of the additional packages that need to be installed and writing a routine to systematically install them. What is potentially a better option is creating an install of XP (I'd use a VM) and updating it with everything, and then remove all of the hardware specific drivers.Windows 7/8 has no option to turn Auto-Arrange off.Registry edits which force Auto-arrange to be turned off cannot be used reliably because they break other Windows 7/8 features.XP will boot up in such a "vanilla" state, and start auto-detecting hardware.[I've caught Win7/8 missing hits and took screen shots.] Windows 8 Explorer status bar does not show file details like Windows XP does, if you have to work with a hundred or a thousand files, rebooting into Windows XP is necessary to work faster.For every file you save a second or two because of the more informative Windows XP status bar and because of this, more informative copy-paste initial screen, which Microsoft developers in their wisdom not only took out, but did so in a way that not even Classic Shell can bring back to Windows 8: This is just me, but that seems like a lot of effort for a "dead" OS.