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+1-888-606-4841 – How to Run 16-Bit Applications
on Windows 10 without Any Technical Challenges
Sometimes, you will have to run old application - which is technically not designed to run on the latest Windows
10 - and you wonder whether it is possible to do. If you go through the available features and options available in
Windows 10 OS, you will find a number of options to allow old applications to run on the platform flawlessly. One
of the most efficient tools in Windows 10 is “Troubleshoot Application Compatibility” tool that you can use to
tweak the settings and allow old applications to run on the latest OS.
Generally, 16-bit applications are not designed to run on 64-bit operating system software. However, you can
make it possible through some technical tips. Windows support professionals are providing their expertise to help
the users run 16-bit applications on Windows 10 computer system. You can contact a reliable technician if you
need an instant help. They have a dedicated helpdesk mechanism that functions in accordance promptly to
provide you with a suitable solution.
If you need help to run 16-bit application on Windows 10, simply dial Microsoft support phone number for
Windows or visit Microsoft Windows support website for more information.
It all requires you to run the OS on the older edition by setting up a virtual machine. If you are using 32-bit
edition, you will have to set up a 16-bit subsystem first of all. Though the computing world is heading towards 32bit computer machines, it is very unusual to find any short-cut way to get your 16-bit applications running on the
latest OS. In such conditions, you can go for some command line procedures to take on the practices.
Configure 16-bit application:
First of all, you will have to turn on NTVDM feature to configure your 16-bit applications. to do so, use the key
combination of Windows key + R on your keyboard and then type “optionalfeatures.exe”. Afterward, press Enter
to open the configuration window. You will see an arrow, click on it to expand the Legacy Components, and here
you can enable the NTVDM feature.
Now it comes to using the command prompt to install the feature. Once again, you need to use the same key
combination Windows + X, and then click Command Prompt (Admin). Now you will have to type the following
Now press enter and it will open up an add feature wizard for NTVDM features. It shows you two options
regarding the installation procedure - click Install Now option. Wait for a while and restart you computer system
once the process gets completed. And thus the 16-bit applications are now allowed to run on your new Windows
10 computer system. it’s not a big deal - rather, running Windows 10 16-bit application requires little tweaking
with Windows 10, which you can get after calling Microsoft customer service number for Windows or visit
Microsoft Windows technical support page for phone support services.
So, you don’t need to miss your preferred 16-bit applications. It’s all easy to run them on your new Windows 10
computer system - excluding some old applications pre-dated Windows 95. Simply contact a reliable professional
and ensure a flawless tweak in your computer system.