Firstly, thanks for taking the time to integrate the updates and share this wonderful OS.
Microsoft's last good OS imo, it won't chew up your HDD and eat a lot of your memory. Of course there are security issues that you have to consider, but there's plenty of options. One I can recommend is surun (works similar to linux sudo). Other things like built-in gpedit.msc for performance enhancements, security and administration. Services.msc for disabling unwanted/unneeded services, especially remote registry. EMET 4.1 (requires .NET 4). Generally being careful what sites you visit, a good HOSTS file is useful too. I wouldn't use this for banking or anything important. But it's a great OS for running my old audio software and applications. You'll really notice how fast everything runs on a HDD after using W7 - W10. It sickens me how bloated (not to mention the telemetry addition) newer MS systems are, for those you really need a SSD.
For people that have trouble installing, you need to use winsetupfromusb and read a tutorial. It's the only one that worked for me. Forget Rufus, it won't work. It also helps to install it on a non-advanced format HDD if you have one, usually they're <500GB. If not, boot from Gparted and format your drive to 4096 bytes (4k) sector size before installing and don't let windows format it before setup.
Just a couple of questions. Have you used the integration method and files described on ryanvm forums? And, Does this include AHCI Drivers?
i'll give a try on Dell T7500 - 2 Xeon's x5690 - 192 GB ram ( xp64 is supposed to support only 128 GB ram, i'll go with a ramdisk and use the missing 64 GB ram with invisible memory option )...stay tuned...pictures soon