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Why Applications Break

In the past, application developers were bound by the stringent requirements of the operating system under which the application they created was to run. Some coded their applications so that specific files, links, and other elements were installed to operate correctly based on the computer's operating system. Others created applications specifically for Windows 95/98/Me or Windows NT/2000. Applications designed for a single platform are more difficult to migrate to Windows XP.

Some of the factors that limit an application to a single interface are as follows:


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