You might have seen a message “This program cannot be installed on Windows NT version 6.0 or later” when you try to install some programs in a Windows 7 computer. It is nothing but an incompatibility message of software applications with new versions of Windows. Here the NT stands for New Technology and its a typical Microsoft classification for their operating systems.
So if you cannot install a software in Windows NT 6.0 that means it is not compatible with Vista and Window 7. Then probably it would work on Windows NT 5.01, 5.1 or 5.2, which stands for Windows XP versions and service packs SP1, SP2 and SP3. Making the applications compatible with older OS version is pretty simple. Follow the steps given below.
First locate the desired application, and then right click on it.
Now in the compatibility tab then tick “Run This Program in compatibility mode for” and from the drop-down menu select any compatible old Windows version. Here I selected Windows XP SP3, and it worked.