BySecurity changes to Windows 10 have resulted in a number of older games, ones using SecuROM and SafeDisc DRM, not being able to run on PCs running Microsoft’s new OS. We explain why and how you can get around the problem
The release of Windows 10 has brought with it some exciting new features for gamers, such as GameDVR, Direct X12, and the soon to be available ability to stream games from your Xbox One to your PC. One surprise addition though is that any older games you have that use SecuROM or SafeDisc DRM will struggle to run on the new operating system. Here’s what you can do about it.