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Download games for Win XP


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#1 aspfun

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Posted 10 March 2018 - 06:57 AM

My friend needs games for Win XP but my computer is Win 7.
 
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1) How to determine games which downloaded from Win 7 are working in Win 7? 
    
2) Where to find out free games for Win XP?

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#2 Wildabeast

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Posted 12 March 2018 - 06:28 AM

Most all of the games I had with XP ran in 7. I can't remember for certain, but it seems like I didn't have any problem with XP games and Win7 computers. If you get a game and have problems, right click on the game icon, you should be able to change the compatibility mode from 7 to XP. It's been a few years so I'm not positive that's how to change compatibility, but pretty sure. Hope I didn't confuse things more... :crazy:


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Posted 15 March 2018 - 06:29 AM

The best OS for gaming is surely a customized version of Windows XP with support of DirectX12.

And yes, all-most every XP Game run in 7.

if not working in normal installation... you can get the free windows 7 XP mode addon

Only requirements are that your computer's processor allows virtualizaton.

This way, windows XP apps are guaranteed to work (as you'll have windows xp environment in virtual PC on your computer.
 






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