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Windows 10 is coming today!

With so many of us excited to jump on board the next big thing for Windows gaming, we want to share with you the latest update on game compatibility today, and our expectations for the future.

Overall, the entire process went better than expected. We're very happy with that fact, but we're still only getting started.

Today, roughly 85% of our library is labeled as compatible with Windows 10. These games were fully playable with no significant performance or graphical issues during our testing process and are ready to go right now. You can filter through Windows 10 games in our catalog, and the compatibility will be labeled on every game card.

Moving forward, we plan to continue our work to bring as many of the remaining games as possible over to the new OS. As new updates and features are released, we hope to see improved backward compatibility and new tools to work with, but it's always possible for new issues to come up along the way. If you do suspect that a game should not be labeled Windows 10 compatible, we'll appreciate your help in getting to the bottom of things, but you can always rely on your 30 Day Money Back Guarantee.

The most important thing to stress is that Windows 10 is a brand new operating system, and that means we're still in the middle of a transition period. The coming weeks or months may be rocky as the first wave of patches hits the OS, so we'll constantly monitor the situation to quickly put out any fires.

Help us improve our Windows 10 compatibility.
Windows 10 is still in its early days, and there's a myriad of hardware and software combinations out there - some of them potentially explosive. We want to give you the option to report any problems you have with Windows 10 and games, and help us make the experience best for everyone. If you'd like to help us out, you can do so through our public Mantis bug tracker:

--Use your credentials to log in.
--Make sure that you are browsing issues the Windows 10 Game Compatibility Issues project, as opposed to the GOG Galaxy Client project.
--You can change your project through the drop-down menu in the upper-right hand corner of the page.
--You can access the Report Issue section from the upper menu if you are redirected to the home page.
--Inside, you'll find more detailed instructions on how to help us out and submit your bug.

We've done our best to bring to Windows 10 and we're happy with the results so far, but if you're having problems with a game that should be compatible - contact us! Every bit of info helps us and your 30 Day Money Back Guarantee is there if we can't help you in turn.
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Sidonnai: How long before Win10 compatibility means WinXP and Win7 won't be compatible anymore? I have a Win7 computer for most things but a WinXP machine as my dedicated offline gaming platform.
Windows 7 has Microsoft support until 2020, so we will most likely keep supporting it AT LEAST until that.
ThimbaDM: After the transition I can't get my GoG to open at all. It gives me this 0xc00007b failure and just says that I must press "ok" to close the program. First I had some .dll file problems but I got rid of those and now it's this and I can't do anything anymore. I can't find any fix to this.
If you updated from an older Windows build to Windows 10, it's best to perform a clean uninstall of a program that you had before and reinstall it under Windows 10
blotunga: Damn ninjas everywhere ;)
House always wins :P