How To Know If Your Computer Can Play Specific Game

16 Apr

You want to play a high-end 3D game. You go to the stores and buy it paying few bucks and come home. The next thing you’ll do is open the computer and install it on your desktop or notebook. After the installation is over you’ll definitely run the game. But, puff the screen goes black, white, shows error, your pc goes insane. You again go back to your CD cover and check out minimumsystem requirements. You find that you’ve latest hardware configuration but even though your pc is finding hard to run the game.

Reasons may be uncountable, may be your software problem, or your drivers aren’t updated. Whatever the reason is it’s almost impossible to find the solution or at least time consuming to troubleshoot it.

All the above drama is only to give you a link which enables you to check if specific games runs on your PC or not.


CAN YOU RUN IT? is a site that tells you if you can run specific game on your pc or not.

This website actually looks at your computer’s hardware and system software to determine whether or not your current system can run a product. Each of your computer’s components is evaluated to see how well it meets the minimum and recommended requirements for specific products. Recommendations are made on how to update or upgrade each component which does not meet the listed requirements. Sometimes, a simple, free software download is all that is needed.

Just let it install and run its activex component when you click ‘Can You Run it’ link and it will show you the result.

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Posted by on April 16, 2012 in Uncategorized


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