Windows 7 Compatibility Center Question.

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  1. Happpy

    Happpy MDL Senior Member

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    Don't use the compatibility center; just modify the shortcut itself. Go to its properties and then the compatibility tab, and turn off compatibility mode. (Or on the executable itself if necessary, same procedure.)
     
  3. Happpy

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    If I turn-off the compatibility by going into the program properties then would it work as default Windows 7 Ultimate mode? OR still work in Windows XP mode?
     
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    After a lot of search I myself own have found the answer of my question.

    The Windows XP mode settings that you are watching in last image of last post is not the fix settings for Skype. It's temporary.

    Windows XP written in Program Compatibility wizard means that you can test any application using Windows XP mode in Windows 7 but the program will still run in Windows 7.

    Another way: Windows compatibility mode: Windows XP (Service Pack 2) means, if you test your program using Windows 7 Compatibility Center then Windows will test it itself own in Windows XP (which is selected default). You can also select different OS from Compatibility wizard.

    I need more answers and comments on this. Please help me if anyone knows more.

    Regards,
     
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