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Windows 7 will have better backwards compatibility

Posted on Thursday, March 12 2009 @ 20:00:09 CET by

Microsoft unveiled they've done work to improve the compatibility of Windows 7, they say some applications which never worked on the Windows Vista operating system will work again on Windows 7.
Along with the core tenet of ensuring that any application that worked on Windows Vista also work on Windows 7 we have a stretch goal to “raise the bar” and make applications work on Windows 7 that never worked on Windows Vista. For Windows 7, we have some good news early in the development cycle. So far we have made over 30 applications that were “broken” on Vista work on Windows 7. This means that Windows 7 will have higher application compatibility than Windows Vista. We are continuing to push this number up.



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