I happened to had a similar situation...GreenDoomguy1999 wrote:All GZDoom 2.x.x on my computer with Windows XP look like this
Question : This is a sign of poor computer?
If you updated GZDoom recently after NOT doing it for a while, there is a new configuration file gzdoom-(yourname).ini which subtitutes the original zdoom-(yourname).ini. It is also located in your GZdoom directory. As for initial setup, you can copy zdoom-(yourname).ini to gzdoom-(yourname).ini, start GZDoom and it will do the necessary corrections/additions.
Plus, if your PC is a little bit old, you can also use the option "-gl3" in your command line to start your game. This will disable any attempt to use GL 4.x features for anything. I use this option a lot since my machine is also a little old.
For example : C:\GZdoom\gzdoom.exe -gl3 -TURBO 200 +logfile C:\WADS\L5\zdl-log2.txt