Readme: Mention that win 8.1 was dropped after 1.6 stable.

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lightningterror 1 year ago
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- You need the [Visual C++ 2019 x64 Redistributables](https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/2977003/) to run PCSX2.
- Windows XP and Direct3D9 support was dropped after stable release 1.4.0.
- Windows 7 and Windows 8.0 support was dropped after stable release 1.6.0.
- Windows 7, Windows 8.0, and Windows 8.1 support was dropped after stable release 1.6.0.
- 32-bit support was dropped after stable release 1.6.0.
- The Qt version is only supported on Windows 10 or newer, Ubuntu/Debian 20.04 or equivalent and newer.
- Make sure to update your operating system and drivers to ensure you have the best experience possible. Having a newer GPU is also recommended so you have the latest supported drivers.
- Because of copyright issues, and the complexity of trying to work around it, you need a BIOS dump extracted from a legitimately-owned PS2 console to use the emulator. For more information about the BIOS and how to get it from your console, visit [this page](pcsx2/Docs/PCSX2_FAQ.md#question-13-where-do-i-get-a-ps2-bios).
- PCSX2 uses two CPU cores for emulation by default. A third core can be used via the MTVU speed hack, which is compatible with most games. This can be a significant speedup on CPUs with 3+ cores, but it may be a slowdown on GS-limited games (or on CPUs with fewer than 2 cores). Software renderers will then additionally use however many rendering threads it is set to and will need higher core counts to run efficiently.

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