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by asayesh2000 / January 7, 2017 12:09 AM PST

Is my[site is compatible with Windows 10

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Re: compatible
by Kees_B Forum moderator / January 7, 2017 1:04 AM PST
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That's a strange question. There is no need for a site to be compatible with the OS on the machine where the "user agent" (=browser) runs.

All that matters if it displays correctly in the browser used. Generally, that's acceptable if https://validator.w3c.org doesn't show any errors.

I checked in Firefox 50.1.0 in Windows 10, and the home page looked OK, although I couldn't read it, because it was in Arabic. And it looked the same in Edge (and that's specific for Windows 10).

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Websites aren't OS specific but
by orlbuckeye / January 9, 2017 4:35 AM PST
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are more browser specific. Websites tends to have addons or scripts running that sometimes run or work better with certain browsers over other.

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