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    Default Windows 10 and emulation.

    Going to sticky this. If you have more to add let me know so I can add it.

    New window os Emulation tips

    1) Most emulators are not actively being developed. Stick with Windows 7 if they do not work on 10/8
    2) Most emulator authors could careless about new windows. Stick with Windows 7 if they do not work on 10/8
    3) New windows Os's change policies and drivers, this makes emulators have issues. Stick with Windows 7 if they do not work on 10/8
    4) Lots of emulators depend on old hardware. Stick with Windows 7 if they do not work on 10/8
    5) Emulators are not like most software, they are job hobby projects. They often times only work on the system they developed it on. Stick with Windows 7 if they do not work on 10/8
    6) Windows 10 removed the hardware DirectDraw renderer, it is now a slower software renderer.


    Or we could just say one rule really. Stick with Windows 7 if they do not work on 10/8.
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    Default Re: Windows 10 and emulation.

    Does it matter if its x86 or x64? Based on what you're saying, i'll have to dual boot into win 7 when i want to use emus

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    Default Re: Windows 10 and emulation.

    doesn't matter if you have version x64 of emulators or x86 version of windows x64 can run both x86 programs and x64 programs because have compatibility
    Last edited by pix07; July 30th, 2017 at 09:19. Reason: info
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