What I heard is, Microsoft Windows 10 is supposed to replace Windows 7. Windows 7 runs very well on most Pentium 4 PCs. If you upgrade the graphics card and put in a decent sound card, you can get windows 7 to run very well on these old legacy PCs. If Windows 10 is supposed to replace Windows 7, Windows 10 should support Pentium 4 and other Legacy PCs.
My PCs Specs are:
- Pentium 4 2.66 GHz (not HT)
- 160 GB SATA HDD
- 4 GB of ram
- NVIDIA GeForce 6200 LE with 512 MB of VRAM
My PC meets the minimum requirements of Windows 10 (Which are):
- Processor: 1 GHz or faster.
- RAM: 1 GB (32-bit) or 2 GB (64-bit)
- Free hard disk space: 16 GB.
- Graphics card: Microsoft DirectX 9 graphics device with WDDM driver.
- A Microsoft account and Internet access.
As you can see my PC meets the minimum requirements of Windows 10. My PCs BIOS does not have the right option for "execute disable bit". I have tried to install an update to my PCs BIOS but, there still no option for "execute disable bit". I think that "execute disable bit" should not be a requirement for Windows 10. I think it is a unreasonable request. If that was not a requirement I would be able to install Windows 10 on my old Pentium 4 PC. It is still a good PC. It is much faster and better than my NetBook but my netbook Runs Windows 10 fine.