As we well know, Microsoft has stopped support for Windows XP – so much so that you can no longer connect to Windows Update and download updates for Windows XP computers. If for some maniacal reason you need to run a Windows XP computer, I would hope you at least get it secured as best you can with the updates. How you ask? I have compiled all of the updates using the WSUSOffline.net tool, and assembled them here. This will work on all versions of Windows XP (Home, Pro, Media Center Edition, etc…), and I also have the updates for the relatively rare 64-bit release of Windows XP:
If you need them in a specific language or locale, let me know – as of the time of writing this, I have 32-bit updates available in other languages.
To install these updates, either burn the CD or extract it to the computer you want to run them on, then run the “UpdateInstaller.exe” and select which items you want to install. All of the other “important” type updates will install automatically. This even includes Service Pack 3 for those running a completely unpatched system.