If you try to install and run older 3rd party software in Windows and it doesn’t run, asks for dll’s or anything else..
- .. it is not up to Microsoft to provide an answer..
- .. Microsoft has no financial interest in the sale of new versions of 3rd party software or hardware..
- .. it is not my fault, and I have no financial stake either..
I recommend what is best from an operational point of view, which incidentally may not be the cheapest route. Like many others, I also can’t afford to upgrade everything to the latest level, and yes, it is annoying to find that something I have used for a long time no longer runs.
BUT, I don’t work for Microsoft. I choose to use what knowledge I have to help others get a better experience with their Windows computers. If I have a problem with software or hardware, I go to the manufacturers of the same and ask questions, not blame people who have no vested interest in what works or doesn’t.
I am getting a little tired of computer users jumping on my case for not knowing about some arcane ‘fix’ for software I don’t have.
Use the Internet to find fixes if you don’t like what I have advised, but please quit blaming Microsoft or ME for stuff that is out of our control..