Is "Windows XP Mode" in Windows 7 suitable for games?
I am considering buying Windows 7 and need to decide between the "Professional" and "Home Premium" editions. The only additional feature in Pro feature listed in Microsoft's comparison table that interests me is Windows XP Mode. I understand this is designed for "productivity software", but is it needed to run games? For example, I have the following games:
- Warcraft 3
- Pro Evolution Soccer 2008
- Colin McRae Rally 2.0
- Colin McRae Rally 2005
Will these run directly under Windows 7 or will I need XP Mode? Is there a website listing such things so I can search for all the software I currently use?
Originally Posted by Mr. Garrison
There are no stupid questions, just stupid people.
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