What you need to know about the new version of Minecraft.
The Minecraft Classic edition, which launches on October 14, comes with the original version of the game, which was originally released in August 2012.
You’ll also get the free version of Mojang’s original game, Minecraft: Pocket Edition, which lets you download and play the entire Minecraft universe.
But there are two major additions to the Minecraft Classic game: the “classic” version of Pocket Edition and the “modern” version, Minecraft Ultimate Edition.
If you want to play with your friends, there’s also a “community” mode.
In this mode, you can invite up to 10 people to join your Minecraft game, and they can choose to play together on one computer, or all on one machine.
The community can also share files and items between players.
What you’ll need to doIf you’ve already got Minecraft Ultimate edition, you’ll only need to download the free Minecraft Classic version.
If you haven’t got it, you need the Minecraft Ultimate version and the Minecraft Pocket Edition.
Download the Minecraft version of either of them, then go to the Mojang website to download them.
If your PC is equipped with an Nvidia graphics card, the latest Nvidia drivers will be installed automatically.
If not, download and install the latest drivers from Nvidia.
The Nvidia drivers are a huge download, and if you’ve never tried them before, they’re worth downloading.
If the graphics card you’re using is an Nvidia GeForce GTX 750, GeForce GTX 770, GeForce 765 or GeForce 740, you should be good to go.
The GeForce GTX 760 or GTX 770 is the best option, although you might be able to get it to run the latest version of Skyrim better.
Alternatively, if you’re on Windows 8.1, you might need to disable Windows 7 security and allow the Windows update process to run automatically.
Once you’ve done that, launch the Windows Update app, and click “Check for Updates”.
If the update is running, it should allow you to install the new Minecraft version.
If, however, it doesn’t appear that the update will be available, go to your system details and then click “Manage my computer”.
You’ll then see an option to “Update Windows Update”, click it and the update should begin to roll out.
If that doesn’t work, you may need to manually install the update.
Follow these steps:Open your Windows Update folder.
Right-click the Start button, then click the Windows menu button and select “Run”.
In the search box, type “regedit” and then “Run as administrator”.
The update will now install and then restart your computer.
Once it’s finished, the new Mojang version should appear in the system tray, just like the previous version.