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2-04-2009 @ 1:58AM
@Molloch:It's not necessarily a waste of resources to fix problems with Windows 7. The point of Windows 7 beta is not just to let ordinary people to have a peek of it, but also to let developers to check whether their applications have any compatibility issues with Windows 7. Therefore, it would be beneficial for Blizzard to iron out any possible incompatibilities with Windows 7 beta, so they can be pretty sure that when Windows 7 is finally released, WoW will be compatible with it.However, with my own experience with Windows 7, I'd say that driver compatibility may be a greater issue. If you want to use Windows 7 beta to run WoW, make sure you have relatively new or very popular hardwares, otherwise you may not be able to find a good driver for it (although in most cases Vista driver works fine).
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