1. Post #41
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    SEKCobra's Avatar
    January 2009
    15,172 Posts
    Not really taht impressive, as they implemented it as such, and really the only things he checked was the program icons? It's not that hard to have the setup copy those to the new folder, which usually isnt even a new one. I would have liked to see the more detailed things like actual settings etc. Because I upgraded from XP to Win 7 and noticed, that even though upgrading was "not supported" it actually inherited some settings.

  2. Post #42
    Mr.Thorn's Avatar
    July 2010
    201 Posts
    Good video.

  3. Post #43
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    Dennab
    April 2007
    4,307 Posts
    You're the only one raging. Which is hilarious because it came from no where.

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    16-bit applications are supported in 7 x86 natively and through WOW.
    Windows 7 32 bit supports 16 bit apps, 64 bit doesn't.

  4. Post #44
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    Panda X's Avatar
    August 2006
    9,824 Posts
    Windows 7 32 bit supports 16 bit apps, 64 bit doesn't.
    "...supported in 7 x86..."

  5. Post #45
    Dog
    What's worse than biting into an apple and finding a dick?
    Dog's Avatar
    March 2011
    3,770 Posts
    Woah, when I install windows I boot from the disk and erase all my personal files.

    FUCK.

    WHY HAS NO-ONE TOLD ME.

  6. Post #46
    EastBayWilly's Avatar
    February 2011
    1,267 Posts
    I want to install MS-DOS onto my Windows 7 Laptop. How do I do!?
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  7. Post #47
    raceingdemon's Avatar
    September 2008
    872 Posts
    I want to install MS-DOS onto my Windows 7 Laptop. How do I do!?
    DOSbox if you want to just use some programs but if you need something more for some reason install DOS on a VM.
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