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post #11 of (permalink) Old 08-01-2018, 01:35 AM
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The ones in MS store I believe...maybe not everyone of them but I know some indeed do not work on 7.
The DX12 that was supposed to revolutionize gaming fell flat so those of us that got accustomed to 10 and learned how to make it our own basically waster our time. Now I'm on it, I've figured it out so I'm here lol
Plus MS is preventing the install of 7 on newer CPUs, I don't know the specifics but there are ways around it. They're trying is the point.

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