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25 Oct 2009   #1

Windows vista about to upp to 7 =)
Windows 7 compatibilty w/python & other stuff?

Sup guys,

Sorry if this is in the wrong section/been asked before!

I need to know if all the programs/games that I run right now on my vista laptop will be compatible with windows 7 pro.

My laptop specs:

Windows vista 64 bit, 4 GB of RAM ati radeon graphics card.

I just need to know if the following things should be compatible:

Python 2.6

Call of duty World at war


Google sketch up

Autocad Maya

Daz studio

Google chrome...

Thanks for any help!

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25 Oct 2009   #2

Windows 7 Ultimate x64 SP1

Just wondering if you tried Google yet. That's where I will look...
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25 Oct 2009   #3

Windows vista about to upp to 7 =)

Yeah, been there and back 1000 times :P
It says google chrome works after some tweaking but I'm not sure bout everything else...
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25 Oct 2009   #4

Windows 7 Ultimate x64 SP1

- According to the Python bug tracker, it tends to fail under 7 x64.
- There's already a thread about COD here.
- There's also a thread about Blender and Python here.
- I have no idea about SketchUp - but you can always try Vista compatibility mode.
- Autodesk does not officially support Windows 7. Maya 2010 is supposed to work with Windows 7, but earlier versions do not mention any sort of support. Again, you can try compatibility mode.
- The DAZ forum has at least one thread about Windows 7.
- Chrome doesn't look like it will be compatible any time soon. Google Chrome browser snubs Windows 7 | Applications - InfoWorld

As a rule of thumb, if it works under Vista x64, it has a good chance of working under 7 x64. It's also a good bet that, if an application has a dedicated forum, there's already a thread about "will this work with Windows 7".
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