A technician needs to use an application that is not supported by Windows operating systems on the PC. How can the technician make this application run on the PC?

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A technician needs to use an application that is not supported by Windows operating systems on the PC. How can the technician make this application run on the PC?

  • Use the Windows Compatibility mode.
  • Install the application with elevated permissions as administrator.
  • Create a virtual machine with an operating system that supports the application.
  • Install the application in safe mode.

Explanation: Windows Compatibility mode will only allow an application to run as long as it is supported by the Windows operating system. The application cannot be installed if the operating system does not support it. It is necessary in this case to create a virtual machine with an operating system, as the guest OS, that supports the application.

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