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Upgrading to Windows 10, will my Win7 saves break?

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So I'm finally biting the bullet and upgrading my OS (a bit late to the party but there you have it).

I have quite a few saved games I've played on Windows 7 over the years.  I checked on the store and there doesn't seem to be separate installs for Win 7, Win 8, Win 10.  It's all the same install regardless of what Windows you're using.  So, will my saves just be compatible right out of the box?

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3 minutes ago, PTNLemay said:

So I'm finally biting the bullet and upgrading my OS (a bit late to the party but there you have it).

 

I'm still happy with my Win7, but if you feel to go for W10, go ahead ;) 

4 minutes ago, PTNLemay said:

So, will my saves just be compatible right out of the box?

Yes, they will, do not worry :) 

Just copy your old KSP folder to your new rig, and that should be it. Provided you have a working graphics card and a good driver for it.

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57 minutes ago, VoidSquid said:

I'm still happy with my Win7, but if you feel to go for W10, go ahead ;) 

I wish I could stay with Windows 7 forever.   It has been a wonderful experience.  I would probably be fine...  I don't download suspicious .exes or anything like that.  Generally I'm quite safe in my browsing.  But I'm still getting paranoid about something terrible happening.  I may not like Win10, but it seems to be the way of the future.

I've also recently gotten a 4K monitor, and I'm noticing the support on Win7 for this stuff is... not all that impressive.  I'm hoping Win10 can do resolution scaling better.

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