Can Halo be played on Windows XP?
Yes, the first Halo game can be played on Windows XP. Halo 2 is not officially compatible, however.
Yes. However, you must make sure that the version of Halo 2 you are trying to play is the PC edition rather than the XBOX version. It should read "Halo 2 for Vista" or something similar. Now this does NOT mean it is only compatible with Vista. Halo 2 is compatible with Windows Vista and Windows 7, but not Windows XP.
With very few exceptions, there is no such thing as a "Vista program." Most applications being released still support Windows XP. The only things that could conceivably be considered "Vista programs" are the programs bundled with Windows Vista, or some games released by Microsoft, like Halo 2. These programs can be made to work on Windows XP, but not all of them will work reliably or well.
Windows XP is a computer operating system that was launched/released in August 2001 by the Microsoft Corporation. It was designed for personal computers, including home and business desktops, laptops, and media centers. There are many sub-versions of Windows XP such as: Windows XP Home Edition Windows XP Professional Windows XP Embedded ...etc. Windows XP Flag contains four colours, all explaining the important features of Windows XP. Blue : Networking Green : Internet Red : Security…
Yes,you can run Windows Live Messenger for Windows XP on Windows 7. And all of the other Windows Live Essentials for Windows XP work on Windows 7 without any problems. So you can install and run all of the Windows Live Essentials for Windows XP on Windows 7 and Windows Vista. You can get Windows Live Essentials for Windows XP from the Microsoft website.