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Beginners Guides: Making Old Software Compatible with Windows Vista

Posted on Friday, April 11 2008 @ 07:43:27 CEST by


One of the most common gripes about Windows Vista even now, almost a year and a half after its release, is that it doesn't play nicely with a LOT of older software. It has some pretty big software compatibility issues, and nothing is more frustrating than finding out that the games and applications you're accustomed to no longer run. Buying all new software isn't the answer, instead PCSTATS will guide you down the path to getting your old programs working once more in Vista.

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