Thankfully, although Microsoft has long since abandoned support for the operating system, Microsoft is still continuing to develop updates, even if they aren't strictly intended for Windows XP users.
Seconly, Microsoft has stated that using this trick may not work as expected, and updates could in fact break the home edition of XP.
As discovered on Beta News, tricking your home edition of XP into thinking its Windows Embedded POSReady means you get updates for the next five years.
We'll show you how to do that in this article, but first a couple of words of warning.
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