TechWizard

Compatability with Windows 10...

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I am very soon purchasing a gaming PC, though I want to be able to play Technic Launcher mods such as Tekkit and Tekkit Classic. However, I can't find anywhere any information if the Technic Launcher is compatable with Windows 10, and I'd rather know this first before purchasing an OS. If anybody has any knowledge about this then please post as it then helps others out.

 

-Thanks!

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The Technic Launcher works perfectly well on Windows 10.

Source: I am playing Tekkit Legends right now on W10.

Thank you for your help!! I was just hearing loads of people saying that they have had issues with Windows 10 and the Technic Launcher, so I really wanted to hear if anybody else actually had it working. Thanks again! ^_^

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