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Old 11-08-2018, 6:20 PM
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Are they compatible with each other?
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"WIN xx Files & Windows 10"

I'm not exactly sure what you are asking...

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Can WIN 92, 96, 500 etc be used on a computer that uses Windows 10 as the Operating System?
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Can WIN 92, 96, 500 etc be used on a computer that uses Windows 10 as the Operating System?
Yep. I use Win500 all the time on my laptop with Win10.

The older programs might require them being run in compatibility mode but with a little effort they should work fine too.

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