[QUOTE=Kerry56;2766063]I’m not sure I have all that information at hand, but even Microsoft’s own game, Freelancer, would not install and run well in Windows 10. I installed it in Windows 8.1, to run one of the mods, and it ran after I updated to Win 10, but once uninstalled it would not re-install.
Others with problems…Halo, Halo 2, Outcast, Anachronox, Vampire Bloodlines The Masquerade, Beyond Good and Evil, and Return to Castle Wolfenstein. I didn’t try Psychonauts while I had Win 10 on that computer, but it will probably work, coming from GOG. Nor did I try Half Life 1 and 2, but they will also probably work through Steam.[/QUOTE]
I was hoping I had one of the games in my collection (as I have quite a few), but sadly, no - apart from those available on GOG:
Return to Castle Wolfenstein, Outcast, Anachronox, Vampire: The Masquerade - Redemption (I do not know if it is the same) which are all Windows 10 compatible as it is, I was unable to locate any example compatible game.
Not to go too off topic in here, I will try to discuss this in greater detail in a club.myce.com forum thread (come and join us ), including how to get Windows 10 to allow you to install ‘incompatible’ games and how to make them work (in theory), the difference between ‘Run as administrator’ and an administrative command prompt, Paths, and the Policies and Services in play.
[QUOTE=TSJnachos117;2766068]So, they’ve been pushing hard for more Windows 10 users for how long, and they’ve just now reaching “more than 200 devices”? I’ll bet there are “more than 200 devices” still running Windows 98, but that’s nothing to write home about. If that’s the best Microsoft can do, they should probably consider hanging their heads in shame.[/QUOTE]
It is, as I write on top, 200 million devices, but as I mention, it gave me a good laugh - there are most probably more than 200 devices that still run even DOS or CP/M