Islamic XP

Islamic XP
Crusty Windows bootleg
The desktop of Islamic XP
The desktop of Islamic XP
Original OSWindows XP SP3
Release dateFebruary 17, 2010
AuthorAhmed Salem of That's Me
Language(s)English, Arabic
Architecture(s)x86 (32-bit)
File size694.4 MiB
Download linkISLAMIC XPSP3.iso
Date addedEither late 2021 or early 2022
Live CDNo

Islamic XP is a bootleg Windows XP SP3 edition, which was created by Ahmed Salem of That's Me. It released on February 17, 2010, and was added to the archive either in late 2021 or early 2022.


The bootleg is a modified Windows XP SP3 ISO. There are some new themes and wallpapers added, and a WPI in which all of the programs are bundled in. It is unattended and preactivated.

The bootleg was made using nLite.

Changes from Windows XP SP3

Minor changes

  • Before the text-mode setup partition screen, the OS text is changed to gibberish before returning to normal.
  • The text-mode setup OS text is changed
  • OEM branding is included. The System Properties dialog has had some animating graphics added to it
  • The Run dialog now has a black background

Changes in pre-desktop procedures

  • New setup graphics
  • New pre-OOBE graphics
  • New OOBE video
  • New OOBE graphics
  • New login graphics

Look and feel

  • New default wallpaper
  • 4 new themes included
  • All of the default wallpapers have been replaced
  • New Windows Vista icon set
  • The sound scheme is mostly composed of Windows Vista sounds, only a few are left as stock. The startup and shutdown sounds are replaced with chanting


Software on the CD

  • Adobe Flash Player 10
  • Java 6 Update 18
  • Foxit Reader 2.3 Build 2923
  • Internet Download Manager 5.18 Build 5 (cracked)
  • Windows Live Messenger 2009 (14.0.8089.726)
  • K-Lite Full Codec Pack 5.6.1
  • QuickTime Alternative 3.1.0
  • Real Alternative 2.0.1
  • Winamp 5.23
  • WinRAR 3.80 (cracked, registered to SeVeN)
  • Yahoo Messenger


Bootleg quirks

  • This OS heavily includes Arabic content, yet keeps the system in English.
  • Islamic is spelled as "Isalmic" in the OOBE.
  • The OOBE video has no sound.
  • The WIHU has no software selected by default.