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To uninstall monopoly, you will need to access the Control Panel > Add/Remove Programs and look for the icon that says "Microsoft Monopoly: Click Start". Once you click start, you will see the option for "Remove programs or files" and this is where you will want to click on it. This will bring up the control panel and locate the file that you can click on that will remove the Monopoly game from your PC. Just be sure that you are not blocking system resources by removing the game from your computer system, before you click start.




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Windows 11 is right around the corner. Now that Microsoft has officially announced the OS, we know a lot more about what it will be like. But with Windows 11 soon coming to laptops all over so there are some important questions. One thing you may have wondered about is whether you'll be able to play your existing games. After all, you don't want your gaming laptop to go to waste by installing something that breaks your games. Luckily, we have good news -- most of the games you're playing should work on Windows 11. At least, if you're running a relatively recent version of Windows.


That's also true for games. Microsoft says that Windows 11 was made for gamers and it will offer the best experience yet. In fact, there are some big new features coming to gamers with Windows 11, like Auto HDR for over 1,000 games and DirectStorage to enable blazing-fast loading times. This technology is already used on the Xbox Series XS, and it's coming to Windows 11, too.


This will depend on where you're coming from and what games you have. Windows 11 has a very similar foundation to Windows 10, so if you're running that version and your games work, they'll continue working. Steam, the Microsoft Store, Epic Games Store, and any other platforms you may be using are just as compatible as they are on Windows 10. Nothing should really change in that regard, so you can rest easy.


Things might be a little trickier if you're running older versions, though. If you're still using Windows 7 and playing old legacy titles, you may run into some issues - the same ones you'd have with Windows 10. Some games may have required technologies that are no longer supported, for example. And of course, you have to keep in mind whether you'll even be able to upgrade to Windows 11. There are some new system requirements that make it harder for older machines to get the new version. If you mostly play modern games and you manage to upgrade, then you should be fine.


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