Windows 7 Watch Downloaded Videos

#1
Hello there,
I have a newer laptop that is running Windows 10. My desktop is a bit older and I have freshly installed Win 7 after trying on 10. I have several Movies that I have purchased (not rented) from the Win10 store. I would like to think that I can watch these on my big display, surround sound, desktop. So far all I can do is stream them and with my overcrowded internet connection this is next to impossible. I have downloaded the newest version of Silverlight and am wondering if it is possible to view my LEGALLY PURCHASED videos on my LEGALLY PURCHASED Windows 7!!:mad:
Yes, I am a bit frustrated as DRM always puts me in a bad mood. I'll stop now before my blood boils. Any advice?
 


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Neemobeer

Windows Forum Team
Staff member
#2
You would need to upgrade to Windows 8.1 or 10 on the desktop so you could sign into the Windows Store.
 


#3
You would need to upgrade to Windows 8.1 or 10 on the desktop so you could sign into the Windows Store.
Thanks for the reply. I figured this would be the case, but I held on to hope. My display driver is incompatible with Windows 10. Not sure what that other version is though;). 10 comes right after 7 by my math.
 


#4
You have to try! ;)
 


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