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originally posted by: _BoneZ_
a reply to: AlienView
If HP says it will work, and the drivers are available, then you "should" be good to go. If not, you can always install Windows 7 in a virtual environment inside Windows 10, and use your printer that way. That's the easiest route to go.
This guide will show you how to use a virtual machine. Just substitute your Windows 7 installation discs for the Windows XP download:
originally posted by: AlienView
BUT, I can think of one reason - Since 10 is the new kid on the block and is being highly touted by Microsoft - they might
discontiue supporting 8 a long time before they stop supporting 10
For how long does MS guarantee support for an operating system? Five years, ten years, or whenever they feel like it