Software translations for legacy systems needed

It’d be great if the proprietary operating system consortium known as Microsoft Windows could provide legacy services for old browsers and operating systems. Linux keeps old versions of itself going back many years. In amending proprietary software for legacy purposes, I envision a distributed archival service that keeps track of continuing software refinement as this relates to hardware on a quarterly basis. Local people who make up local, community networks could maintain & provide software services and translations to further this effort. That way people with operating systems like XP could keep using their system without upgrading every application on it individually. We did end up downloading Google Chrome to replace Explorer and actually solved our problem of being able to fully utilize pop-down menus on the Web, but still…

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40s-something Ubuntu/macOS enthusiast.
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