Apart from the handful of settable application compatibility settings available in compatibility tab, there's a whole swag of them, and Windows has an engine that detects and automatically applies quite a few, without user ever seeing this behind the scenes work. I know you can use the Application Compatibility Toolkit to set them manually but, before I tinker with those, is there any way to read/view what compatibility settings Windows is currently using for a specific program? This is exploratory work to improve performance/display of an old 32 bit program and not (just yet) anything I can put a finger on or anything specific that is broken completely. I know there are several layers of application compatibility in effect. I want to be able to view all/total compatibility settings in effect for specific program. I dont need code etc, if i need to code i can do that myself. just need to know where to look to get at ALL application compatibility settings in effect for program.
Running Win10 pro 64 bit.