Can I Play Age of Mythology on Windows 10
Even if a lot of people play the latest, modern games, I’m sure that there are a lot of you who still like to play some old-school game from 2000s, which reminds you of some point of your life. Well, Age of Mythology is definitely a legendary game, and there are people who still play it today.
But where the problem occurs? You were able to play this game for years, and on various Windows operating systems, but long story short, you won’t be able to play it in Windows 10. I know a all fans of this game will be disappointed, but that’s just how it is. But why? The thing that prevents you from playing Age of Mythology on Windows 10 secdrv.sys driver, which isn’t compatible with Windows 10. And since this feature is necessary for playing Age of Mythology, you won’t be able to run it on Windows 10.
This isn’t the case with Age of Mythology only, as people reported that they’re unable to run a lot of older games on Windows 10. So, even if Microsoft put emphasis on gaming in Windows 10, it looks like the company didn’t have a lot of understandings for gamers who play older games.
There’s actually a way to play Age of Mythology and other older games on Windows 10. You can install it on virtual machine, like VM Virtual Box, which runs an operating system older than Windows 10. But, unless you have one very powerful computer, and you really want to play this game, we don’t recommend you this solution, because it will overload your computer’s memory and other resources.
Also, you can buy the Extended version of the game from Steam, which was released in 2014, and it should work fine in Windows 10. So, the game will be slightly different, but you’ll still be able to play Age of Mythology on your computer.
If you have any other Windows 10-related issues you can check for the solution in our Windows 10 Fix section.
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