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Zoey_Corredan

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  1. True, got some friends that have W10 and each has their way of what to turn off or keep on, and I'll probably go to W10 eventually, but for the time being I'm fine with W7
  2. The main thing I do hope, is that Windows 7 won't be dumped any time soon. The game runs perfectly fine with W7 still (and maybe even on some before W7, you just need the hardware for the game and whatnot), I just personally chose it because I cba to deal with the "ego-stick-up-arse" shoddy updates that are forced on Windows 10.. Because when you work with editing software and such, you don't need microsoft screwing you over so to speak.. Did hear they changed something with this recently, but still don't need any of their ego "we know better" forced horror torture that is Windows 10.. Or any W10 updates really.. one moment you're fine, the next they release something horrible and tag it as required, tested, etc.. (After all those horror stories of W10 problems.. I just don't want to have to deal with it.. yet.. will gladly move over to it once they get to a proper stable period so to speak, or another non-greedy-scam-advertising / forced-shoddy-updates OS (but it's microsoft.. the chance for that is really low as we've seen with the released features of W8 and then W10.. ))
  3. Pity-pats and gives a hug and a cookie to all those out there with ancient flintstones-nasa potato pc's. (Hug emote from AdmiralBahroo) On an added bit of advice; Should someone advice you to like, upgrade your pc. Don't directly go like "but I don't have the money for the latest pc". You don't even need one of those, you can save up money for say, a pc or gaming laptop that's what.. 4-6 years old (or was made back then), that's not expensive at all.. Like, the latest pc's can be what.. $1500-2500 or more easily, the few years older ones can go for a good.. $250-750 depending on what you get ofcourse. And just so you understand how old Dx9 actually is... DX9 Release Year [wiki] or for those who don't want to click the link "DirectX 9 was released in 2002", so in a sense it might as well be kinda ancient by now. I do understand that there are people who really can't get a better pc any time soon, but do try to find a way to get something a decent bit better at some point, it'll help in the long run.
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