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How do I use Window Mode instead of Full Screen Mode?


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There is a game I have that always opens in Full Screen Mode, but I know there is somehow I can go into Properties with the Shortcut that I open the game with and change the "Target" path to something so it can open in Window Mode. I think I have to add a "-w" or something like that.

Does anyone know what I am talking about and what I have to change in the Shortcut to make the program switch to Window Mode? Or can someone give me any ideas how I can open the game in Window Mode?

Someone please help me here..
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Sorry this is sort of off topic but how are the graphics on that game?
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the graphics are better than the playstation version.

but can someone please help me?
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Is there not an in-game option? In most games I know there is a check box in the graphics tab/menu where you can choose Full Screen or Windowed.
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nope. this game does not have anything like that. i figured out though that it is impossible to do.

problem solved.
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