I'm trying to serve two legacy Windows Applications (one of them are 16bits) in a Linux LTSP University Lab. We never found a real solution for this problem. But today this is getting insane; at a ...
I'm making a small network in our company that will comprise of 4 machines: 1 Windows 95 PC 1 Windows NT 4.0 PC 1 Windows XP PC 1 Windows XP Server I want to be able to run one solution that ...
My understanding (from Wikipedia) is that the x64 instruction set supports executing 16-bit protected mode code from long mode, but cannot execute real mode code without being switched out of long ...
I have a legacy application that I honestly do not know a whole lot about running on Windows 2000. Sometimes printing is slow. It creates a file at a remote location (I will call this location B) ...
I have a legacy Windows 95 app that needs to be run as an Administrator. This is used by students in a school domain. My predecessor set up a domain administrator account for this purpose and a ...
As I see it: Microsoft has always provided backward compatibility for legacy applications; As far as the end user is concerned, things won't be behaving any different from what they normally expect. ...