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Wednesday, October 23, 2019

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It happens every time a new OS debuts—a few of your favorite programs get left behind in the shuffle, no longer compatible with the new OS.

To activate Compatibility mode, right-click on the affected program’s icon, then click on the Properties item in the menu that pops up. In the Properties window, you’ll see a set of tabs across the top; choose Compatibility. In the resulting dialog box, you’ll want to check off the box Run this program in compatibility mode, then select the latest version of Windows with which your app worked properly:

 

 

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You can also try out several additional settings here that can eliminate problems, such as running at 256 colors or 640x480 resolution (unlikely to help unless your app is really old) or disabling themes (which can help with troubles displaying menus or buttons properly).

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