Online:System Requirements

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==Knowing Your Computer's Hardware==
It is essential to know what your hardware is before you can use this page. On Windows systems, the easiest way to identify your video hardware is to run DxDiag, which is short for DirectX diagnostic. To do this:
* On '''Windows XP'''{{intnote|sysreq}}, click the Start button on the lower left -hand side of the screen, select the 'Run' option and type in <tt>dxdiag</tt>, then hit enter.
* On '''Windows Vista'''{{intnote|sysreq}} and '''Windows 7''', click the Start button and type in <tt>dxdiag</tt> directly in the search box at the bottom of the start menu that pops up, and hit enter.
* On '''Windows 8''', right-click anywhere on the Start screen and select "All Apps" in the lower-right. From there, type "dxdiag" (ignoring the "No apps match your search" message) to search for it. When you've typed the entire word, it'll show up as an app and you can click on it to launch it.