By and large, yes. Some programs do not work correctly, such as DOOM 95, for instance, Other may require you to run them in a compatibility mode.
There are no particular steps needed. Most games will either: A. Work fine out of the box B. Work by selecting "Windows 95" in the Compatibility tab of the Properties box C. Not run at all. Obviously, you don't need to do anything for A, and if B doesn't work, then C must be true, and there's nothing you can do about it.
yes ucan i have the game and i run on it on xp the gaphic are no great but who cares and i can give u some cheats just post it as a question i will try to help hope this helps
Almost all games being released still support Windows XP.
o i do not know anything about that i download it on my windows xp and it work perfectly for me even my windows is slower then dirt. LOL
Windows 95 cannot be installed from inside a newer version of Windows. You must boot from a disc to install it. Windows 95 isn't compatible with newer computers anyway, and virtually all software that will run on Windows 95 will run on XP, so its a wasted effort.
Yes,Windows 7 is even compatible with software which was designed to run on Windows 95.
Windows Vista can already run most XP applications, with no need for any additional software.
Yes.But run it in windows 95 compatibility mode can run it on XP Professional 32 bit os.
the game was made to run in windows 95/98 although there is a xp patch around.
u need to CVGS software on xp patch
Not all the programs may work on a different Operating system, but here are some steps to make the software from Windows 95 to work on Windows XP : * Go to the place you installed the software and find the file that launches the software. Usually is an file that has the icon of the software * Right-click on the file and select properties (should be the last option) * Enter the Compatibility tab * Check the box "Run thin program in compatibility mode for:" * Select the Operating system you want your program to run in compatibility with (in you case that would be Windows 95) * Click "Apply" and then "OK" * Run the software again This should fix the compatibility problem for most programs.
It is a different software that has most of the windows software's before it incorporated into it like windows 2000, windows 98, and windows 95. Windows 7 has the same thing too.
Possibly, but not necessarily. Windows XP does include support for 16-bit software (both Windows and DOS applications), but not all programs will run correctly.
The most likely reason is that your laptop does not meet the system requirements for Windows XP.
Windows 95 to Windows 98, and then to Windows XP
Not sure how to answer but Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows, 2000, XP, VISTA, 7, MACOS, Ubuntu and others.