Last Updated on July 9, 2021 by Sara Taylor
I was tempted to try out Windows 7, and who’d have guessed the compatibility issues was a bonus with the OS. I had to dig my way through many web results only to find out that Vuze client for Windows 7 was unavailable. Gotta love vuze for its video conversion.
Anyway, it can be really frustrating for Windows 7 users who are not able to use the software that has been smoothly functioning on Windows XP or other windows platform.
The Windows 7 Compatibility center
Microsoft has a section where all the compatible and incompatible softwares for windows 7 are listed. This can be helpful if you are running windows 7 32 bit or 64 bit machine and have no clue if the software that you are about to download will run on win 7.
Visit the compatibility center of Windows 7 Software by clicking here. Nothing innovative or mind blowing service from Microsoft, but definitely useful at times to find the software compatibility. The search box allows you to input the software (also hardware) name to check if it is compatible with Windows 7.