List of Supported apps in Windows 7 (6801/6956)

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    W 7 64-bit Ultimate

    Hello Hackintosh, welcome to Se7en Forums!

    Most of "us" are using Avast as an A/V to great success; and it's free.

    Later Ted
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    Windows 7 Ult x64(x2), HomePrem x32(x4), Server 08 (+VM), 08 R2 (VM) , SuSe 11.2 (VM), XP 32 (VM)
    Thread Starter

    Hackintosh said:
    ***Working on Windows Se7en x64 Build 6801***

    NOTE: Sorry if I don't follow the licensing code. Don't flame.

    WinRAR (TR)

    iTunes (FREE)




    I think you guys pretty much covered all my other programs!

    GTA San Andreas works too

    Unfortuneatly, Adobe Photoshop CS4 is a confirmed not working programs, and so far the only antivirus that works for me is Avira AntiVir PE.

    Of course, I am on a 64-bit version, you might find them to work on the i386 platform.

    Cheers and happy alpha testing to all.

    hello Hackintosh and welcome

    no one will flame you here....

    that is unless you make a lazy and noobish
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  3. Posts : 15
    win 7 ultimate x64

    avg free works on build 7000
    also uTorrent 1.8.1 works
    VLC Player 0.9.8a does not work fully... probaply compatibility issues w/* windows players...
    apexdc++ 1.2.0 beta works

    thats all i got time for now... more to come and have a great new year 2009!
    Last edited by Asmokki; 04 Jan 2009 at 20:06.
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  4. Posts : 18,404
    Windows 7 Ultimate x64 SP1

    Drivermax in the 7000 build shows some of my drivers as scrambled letters and symbols. I guess it doesn't recognize them.
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  5. Posts : 86
    windows7 build7100 64x,xpsp3

    Moved - Windows Seven: Program Compatibility

    When Windows Vista came into the picture early last year the first bunch of complaints that people came up with was compatibility issues. CD Authoring Tools, Graphics Programs, Drivers, Printers, Web Cmas, Messenger Programs . . . the whole thing went into a tizzy with compatibility problems.
    Having done my Seven installation and setup, time now for an app test. Installed, tested and verified working are the following:
    Norton Internet Security 2009 (Trial)
    Adobe Flash Player
    Adobe Reader 9
    Mozilla Firefox
    Microsoft Office 2003
    Virtual Dub
    SpyBot Search And Destroy
    What is noticed about installation in Windows Seven:
    Installation speed for all the above mentioned applications was fast. Microsoft Office 2003 being the slowest. I had to install it from a disc and the extra tad of time was taken in staging the installation files to a local store. When you install applications from the local drive or from an USB Flash storage device, the installation speed is much faster. The surprising one out of all was Norton. Traditionally a slow installation, it went through in less then 4 minutes (not counting the system scan). Ill be trying more stuff as time passes and will keep updating stuff out here.
    In cases where the installed application was not compatible, the operating system response was similar to Vista. Users have the options to send the information to Microsoft and to retry the installation with recommended compatibility settings.
    User Account Control In Windows Seven:
    With redesigned U.A.C in Windows Seven, applications installation has not changed much. What you notice as a change is Windows built in applications do not require U.A.C grants. For example, TaskManager (All User Mode) Device manager, Disk Management, Services and a host of other control panels and windows apps load directly without U.A.C prompting you to gran access. However non-native applications continue to hav U.A.C. prompts. This behavior can be controlled even better in Windows Seven. Instead of the plain vanilla on / off modes that U.A.C support in Vista, Windows Seven has an improved U.A.C control panel, that allows you to adjust your U.A.C needs . . . .
    Programs and Features

    Norton Internet Security 2009

    All Microsoft Applications

    Norton 2007 Incompatible Error
    Last edited by Barman58; 04 Jan 2009 at 10:49. Reason: Post moved to existing Thread
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  6. Posts : 9

    Yeah, mine too :~(
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  7. Posts : 16,011
    7 X64

    Hi Airbot,

    You could try the free doubledriver

    BooZet Freeware | Double Driver - backup and restore installed drivers

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  8. Posts : 18,404
    Windows 7 Ultimate x64 SP1

    SIW2 said:
    Hi Airbot,

    You could try the free doubledriver

    BooZet Freeware | Double Driver - backup and restore installed drivers


    Hey SIW2,

    Thanks. That's a useful little tool. I haven't seen this one before. I don't see any option to update them from the program itself though. It says it does but...
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  9. Posts : 16,011
    7 X64

    No, I think it only extracts and restores the drivers you have.

    Seems pretty reliable though.

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  10. Posts : 18,404
    Windows 7 Ultimate x64 SP1

    Yeah, it did a good job, don't know why it says it gives you the option to update drivers. That would be even better.
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